Born: Sept. 18, 2017
Location: Cap-Rouge, Haiti
Ruthshel is a girl born on 18 September 2017. Her father is Luckner. Her mother is called Rosie. She has a brother. She is in second year of preschool. She's smart. She loves dolls and hide and seek. Her father and mother are farmers. They live in a house made of stones and the roof is made of zinc. They have one bed. Ruthshel and her brother sleep on a carpet. They have a bed, tables, chairs. They don't have a water cistern. And when it doesn’t rain, they have to walk miles to get water. They do not have a toilet. They cook their meal in wood fire. Often, life is difficult for Ruthshel. Her father and mother can’t even buy her a milk box for her because the milk box is expensive. Nor can they feed her as they should be because their only source of income is the field. When they work, if the harvest is not spoiled, they eat what remains. It's not even enough. That is why Ruthshel's parents would like to find a good Samaritan to help them. They would like to take better care of Ruthshel but their means don’t allow them to do so and life is very difficult.
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