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Anatercia

13-year-old Anatercia lost both of her parents to AIDS and now lives, along with her three siblings, without an adult in the home. The only source of support the family receives is through Reecontro. Anatercia aspires to be an economist or businesswoman and says that her life has changed by being part of The House Is Small: She now knows how to take photos and wants people to see what is beautiful and what is not beautiful in her life.


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Antercia, you will be an economist, or businesswoman. Don't ever give up! I am so proud of you!
Lisa
USA
Posted Tuesday, June 10, 2008 5:08PM

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When my parents died some neighbors and family abandoned us, although some are still supportive, but it is different than before. Now, my family will say hello in the street, but they will not come into our home. I asked my Uncle, why doesn’t anyone visit us? Why won’t people visit?
Inocencia
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