“I am from Gypsy family( Narikurava’s) and my parents are migrants since their birth. My family is consisting of 7 members, my mother, my wife, one son and three girl children. We live under bridges or in bus stops or under trees near road side according to the place of our migration.
We always migrate from one place to other in search selling artificial ornaments made by my family members. I go for for hunting rabbits. Most of the time, after whole night wandering I come empty handed. If luck favors, I may get one two rabbits to sell. With that money, I can able to buy rice, dal and other condiments for one or two days.Now a days no one buy, artificial ornaments from us.
We are suffering for drinking water.From CHHASE we got 20 Ltr.cans to collect and store water for our daily use.
We came to know that this help was given with the help of globalgiving donors. We sincerely thank you for the help you provide to the most disadvantaged.
We pray almighty to bless you.”
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