Diarra is a Wolof girl living with her parents in the west of the country. She is attending primary school. Very cheerful and lively, she has a brother and three sisters. She is very calm and shy as well when she sees a stranger, but enjoys playing with her housewife mother and sibling. Like rural areas here in West Africa, her village is deprived of electricity but there is current water. His father's source of income is based on seasonal farming. He earns annually US $1200.00 and does his best with his chickenfeed revenue to cater for the food, clothing and shelter of the family. Diarra's family finds it very hard to make both ends meet and wishes an outside assistance for their child before this situation impacts negatively on her future.
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