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Water jugs
Children generally live in shacks or the most basic structures that lack running water, electricity, and even windows. At Ana's house, which Reencontro built after raising $6,000 for construction costs, water jugs reveal that the structure does not include a plumbing system.

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Irenio
Maputo project participant

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Posted 11:21PM on Wednesday, August 08, 2007 Pacific Time


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I want my kids to have warm shelter, bright future and good education. My family to accept me. I want to own a house, to be independent, have a good job so I can raise my children -- to educate them.
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