The Mira family lives in a small house made of light materials, located in a government relocation site. Father is a fisherman whose income is small and irregular, $100 a month. His income depends on the weather. When there is inclement weather, he cannot even provide food for his family. Mother, besides her housekeeping job, tries to augment family income by vending fish to neighbors. Despite poverty, they live harmoniously with one another. Neserie Mira is the youngest of six children. She is now studying in a public elementary school in their place. She is diligent in her studies that is why she always gets good grades in all her subjects. She always participates in class discussions and school programs. Her parents encourage her to do her best in school because this may open doors for college scholarships for her in the future. At home, Neserie helps in house chores like sweeping, doing laundry and more. Nesnes is her nickname. Neserie would like to become an engineer in the future. Your kind sponsorship will enable the child and her family to avail of the various programs and services geared towards self-reliance.
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