Mulu's parents fell on hard times, and to pay their debts, they sold themselves to a rock quarry. Mulu had to go with them. When her parents both died from exhaustion, Mulu wasn't allowed to leave, however, after her parents died, she didn't have anywhere to go. She stayed and worked in the only reality she knew until she was rescued by one of our field teams. They brought her to live at The Sylom Children's Home in 2020.
Today, Mulu has started to learn to read and write, and she will be entering regular school soon with kids her own age. She loves plants and flowers and wants to learn more about growing things to feed hungry people. Until then, she loves studying in her classes and enjoys playing games with her classmates.
When you sponsor Mulu, you take care of her needs for food and education. You'll get updates from time to time about how you've made a difference and learn about the significant things happening in her life.
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