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Paula’s husband left her, leaving the family with the struggle of putting food on the table. A bad case of arthritis hinders Paula’s work, but her handicapped daughter Rosa helps her. Though she is on crutches, Rosa washes clothes for people, which brings in about $4 a week.

The current civil unrest in Nicaragua makes it even more difficult for Paula and her family to provide for themselves. The dependable supply of food they receive is invaluable. Paula’s voice broke when she expressed her thankfulness for the aid she receives each month.


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