Adama Kourouma is a lovely child is from a small village called Kolonte. This family forms part of the Sosso clan inhabiting the lower part of the countryside. Adama's father is a subsistence farmer thus earning about USD 350 yearly. This income is insufficient for catering the household needs and only a common meal per day they benefit. Adama and her parents live in their familial house built-up with mud and sticks.
Adama commonly called Mamadama by her parents, sweets her very good. She is a calm girl and attends school despite the lack of means of her parents. She is healthy and helpful to her mother in the house. She goes around with friends playing childish games. She sleeps on a mat spread on the ground exposed to cold weather. Mamadama needs help to gain from education and better livelihoods.
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