One family lives at the bottom of poverty and sickness. The parents are HIV patients. Their seven year old son who is studying at a pagoda is also HIV-positive while the two-and-a- half-year-old daughter is not.
Their life is surrounded with garbage and discarded chaos near a polluted river. Their slum is on the edge of a piece of dump. If a company/organization/government body comes to build anything there, they will have to move out. “How can they wake up every morning and move on?” uttered Trish Franklin – CEO of the Loreto Program.
There is far worse than filth or poverty. Sickness. Discrimination. Tangles of the dark.