Marisol belongs to a humble and needy family. The father works hard as a small scale farmer. The mother takes care of her family and does the house chores. The family's monthly income is approximately less than U.S. $138.00. It is really low and they have serious problems to cover all their most urgent needs. They belong to the Mestizo ethnic group. They live at some relatives' dwelling. It consists of one single room, a kitchen, and a latrine. It is made of wood with a corrugated roof. It has no drainge and their furniture is in poor conditions. Their daily meals are not well balanced due to the lack of resources. They very seldom eat meat or chicken. Marisol is considered a healthy child and she has been vaccinated against the major childhood diseases. She is cheerful and friendly. She loves to play with dolls. She is still very small to help in the house chores. She is attending the Early Child Development Program at the Project. She has no brothers or sisters.
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