A Seven- year old’s Story

From February’s Report:

“Gom. Mat. lives in the Legogote area; she is 7 years old and is an orphan. Her mother, Tha. Thu. passed away in 2020 and her father is not known. Gom. loves crayoning in her school books and to play games with her friends during school breaks and after school. When I asked Gom. what she  would like to do when she grows up, she said she wants  to finish school and become a teacher, to educate other children, like her teacher.10. Gomotso Thulare food parcel blur copy

“Gom. lives with her old grandmother, who is her guardian, in her grandmother’s house, together with three other family members. The family survives with the child support grant which Gom. receives together with  her grandmother’s old age grant. This is to buy food, school stationery and other basic needs the family have.

“The family does not have any other source of income. We added the family onto the UK Trust food programme, to receive a food parcel that will help them to have enough food to eat.”

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