Modou Lamin Korta is from the Mandingo tribe. He is being raised as a Muslim. He attends the primary school. His parents are engaged in small scale farming activities but their yearly income cannot take care of the basic needs of the family from harvest to harvest. There is little food available and is not too nutritious for a growing child like Modou Lamin and has to be shared with other dependants in the compound. The family living condition is poor and they live in a sparsely furnished brick house. The parent's annual income is US$260 which is purposely used for food for the family. The mother also helps the family to take care of the house and has a vegetable garden for the family feed and some is sold for cash. Modou Lamin enjoys dancing and playing football games with his friends and he has one sister. His health condition is good. Outside sponsorship would go a long way in providing Modou Lamin with hope for a brighter future and the chance to complete his education.
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