Dodou is a Fula by tribe and a Muslim by religion. His Father is Modou Jallow and mother is Fatou Badjie who are both local farmers. He lives with both parents in western part of the country along the Atlantic Coast. He has a shying personality and is indeed active in almost everything he does. He attends the village Preschool and he is doing well. He like playing soccer, singing school songs and playing seek and hide games with peers and dislike loitering and embarrassment. He is skilled in making toy cars out of used tins and small orange fruits and he also help his family by tending goats and feeding chickens. He is interested in learning but lacks most essential educational materials because his family's income is too meager which approximately $250.00 per annual is. They depend on rain fed agriculture as a mean of living. This seasonal activity neither would feed nor provide adequate income for the family round the year. This makes life so difficult for the family leaving Dodou vulnerable to poor health and educational conditions He needs extra support to effect positive change in his life
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