Eunice is 13. Her parents died several years ago and Eunice and her 2 younger brothers and sister moved in with their grandmother. Sadly, their grandmother recently died as well, and the children now live alone. At a time she should be focused on her education, Eunice is responsible for a household of 4 children.
$5 buys a month’s supply of lamp kerosene for studying.
$5 buys a year’s supply of feminine hygiene products that allows Eunice to attend school regularly.
$9 buys one blanket.
$10 buys the primary school uniform needed to attend school.
$25 buys the family a month’s supply of maize and beans.
Evelyne’s father has died and her mother is sick and cannot work. Evelyne could not afford her secondary school tuition and had to drop out of school. She earned money for the family by selling French fries at a roadside stand.
$50 buys Evelyne’s school supplies.
$75 buys Evelyne’s secondary school uniform.
$250 provides Evelyne’s tuition and fees for a year.
Mildred’s mother died some time ago. Now Mildred and her brothers and sister live with their father in this collapsing home. The home has holes in the roof and walls and the newspaper patches do not protect the family from the rain and cold.
$750 will build a new semi-permanent home for the family.
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