Pari's father trimmed and removed trees for a living. There was an accident while he was working and his hand had to be amputated. This meant that the whole family was upended. At just six years old, Pari went to work in a rock quarry. The human trafficker that took her to the rock quarry made all kinds of promises to her family, but they were all lies.
Pari started working at 5 AM. The workers in the quarry only got one scant meal a day. They slept on the cold, rock floor of the quarry, and they were often awakened by snakes and scorpions hunting at night. With no shoes, Pari's feet were cut and bruised from the jagged rocks in the quarry. One night, a rescue team stealthily rescued Pari and another little girl.
She was brought to live at The Sylom Children's Home. She has started attending school for the first time while our teams are looking for her parents. She likes playing with the girls her age and is considered a bright student. Someday, she hopes to be a teacher. She loves to read, and particularly excels in her science class.
When you sponsor Pari, 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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*The name used is a pseudonym to protect this child’s identity.