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Meet two students of Aura’s village elementary school, Tania Paola (6) and Tania Fabiola (6) – Guatemala

11 March 2013 No Comment

Meet two students of Aura’s village elementary school, Tania Paola and Tania Fabiola, who will be benefiting from your donations to Aura’s Elementary School Water Project. The school has no running water, which makes it very difficult for the children to remain in class all morning. The teachers have to ask their students to bring water from home in order to use the bathroom and wash their hands. In addition, the school desperately is in need of books, learning materials, and crayons for the younger children.

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Tania Paola (6)  and Tania Fabiola (6)

Twins, Tania Paola and Tania Fabiola are six years of age. They live in a humble home constructed of corrugated metal roofing, wood boards, and a dirt floor. They live in the home with both parents and  their eight year old brother, Bryan.  Their grandmother lives close by. Their father works as a farmer while their mother is a housewife. The monthly income of the family is about $78.

Both girls are in pre-school, and are attentive, good students who work hard to do their best. Paola would like to be a teacher someday while Fabiola dreams of becoming a chef. Their school is located fairly close to their home and it takes them about five minutes to walk there.

Visit Aura’s Elementary School Water Project and please consider making a small gift that would help benefit Tania Paola and Tania Fabiola as well as their entire community.

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