Last Sunday arrived in Ecuador Yomayra Lich Mendoza, an Ecuadorian citizen with cerebral palsy, becoming the first beneficiary of Plan Retorno Manuela Espejo (created to bring back immigrants of Ecuador), led by Vice President Lenin Moreno.
Lich, 23, arrived from Madrid with her mother, Doris Mendoza and Vice President Moreno in a Vice President official flight. Once in Quito, a medical team ckecked up Yomayra before that she traveled to Guayaquil.
She will also have other benefits granted by Plan Retorno such as being registered under the comprehensive Manuela Espejo, a home, a $240 bonus, job placement, provision of technical aids, airline tickets, a line of credit and training nutrition and physical therapy.
During the presentation of Plan Manuela Espejo in Madrid, Moreno said that this initiative has provided care to 245 thousand people with different disabilities in Ecuador. Also, Vice-president said that the disabled who want to return home will be paid the ticket, the cost of transporting household goods and two or three months in advance they will receive a modest home, but with all the comforts and adapted to their needs.