Areli's parents have raised a nice family. The father works hard as a small scale farmer. The mother takes care of her family and does the house chores. The family's monthly income is approximately less than U.S. $192.00. They are worried because they are not able to cover all their most urgent needs. They belong to the Mazahuas ethnic group. They own their dwelling. It consists of one single room, a kitchen, and a bathroom. It is made of bricks with a galvanized sheet roof. It has no drainage and they fetch water from a well. Their furniture is in poor conditions and their daily diet is also poor. Areli is cheerful, friendly, and full of energy. She is considered a healthy child and she has been vaccinated against the major childhood diseases. She is attending the Early Child Development Program at the Project. Her brother's name is Alejandro and she is the youngest child of the family.
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