Habari (hello), my name is Cynthia
7 yrs. old
Entered the program: October 2019
Cynthia lives with her grandmother and two aunts in a two-room, unplastered wood house with no water. They have no bathroom facility and must use a neighbor's toilet. The family shares one bed.
Cynthia's mother contracted HIV/AIDS and abandoned her to her grandmother when she was a baby. Her grandmother also works, when she can, as a casual laborer to support two of her other daughters who are living at home.The family income is very low and Cynthia wears tattered clothes and sometimes goes without food due to lack of money.
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