Home to the Unos family is an unfinished house made of semi-permanent materials. It is located along the coastal area. They profess the Islam faith. Due to lack of education and skills, the father cannot land a good paying job other than that as a driver from which he earns a meager income of $68.00 a month. His wife cannot help augment family's purse because she is tied down with child rearing and household chores. With the present high cost of living, making both ends meet is far way beyond their means. Datu Rasid is the youngest child in the family. Fondly called "Datu" by his family, he is not yet attending school. He has shown great interest to learn. He can identify shapes and objects. Green is his favorite color. He is active and friendly child who loves to play with his toys inside their house. His hobbies are playing and browsing through books. He is described to be jolly and always smiles whenever he sees familiar faces. His favorite foods to eat are hotdogs and rice porridge. Datu Rasid is healthy despite poverty.
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