In the quaint home that JFM visited, we encountered a scene of diverse activities among the five children. The eldest, determined and resourceful, was in the local kitchen, skillfully attempting to kindle a fire using traditional firewood. This showcased a sense of responsibility and a connection to local practices.
Meanwhile, another child was found indulging in a meal that had unfortunately gone bad. The contrast between the elder sibling’s effort and the younger one’s situation highlighted their challenges in managing daily necessities.
Outside, the atmosphere was filled with the laughter and joy of the remaining three children. Engaged in a game, they creatively used locally made sliding Jerry cans, taking turns carrying each other. This playful scene added a touch of innocence and camaraderie to the household.
JFM, touched by the various circumstances, decided to bring joy to the children. We offered kick snacks, bringing smiles to the little ones’ faces. Additionally, JFM provided kids with booklets for both entertainment and education.
As fate would have it, their mother, who was away, returned to find a miraculous surprise. JFM’s visit brought not only snacks and booklets but also a sense of support in the form of food, that being rice and spaghetti and chips for the kids.