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Miguel continued...

Once he went into the streets to play with other kids. He knew that he would receive a beating when he got home but he went anyway. The beatings were becoming routine but it was worth it to spend an hour with his friends of the street. At home his stepmother hit him in the head with a stick and opened a bleeding wound. Miguel vowed to run away. He went to the home of a kindly woman that he knew and she took him to the authorities at an agency called El Instituto de Desarrollo Humano (Human Development Institute). This agency investigated Miguel’s case and made arrangements for him to be brought to Hogar Infantil.

Miguel is quiet, tranquil and studious. He likes to play and makes friends easily, yet something in his eyes reveals his terrible past. It bothers him not to know what happened to his father. He is thankful for the woman who took him to the authorities and helped him to find the better home that he had longed for.

This year Miguel is entering the fourth grade of primary school. His grades have been very good and he hopes to make something of his life so he can help others. His thanks go out to you, the donors, and to God for finding him a better home.

 

 

 

 

 

       

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