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Thanks to you, their lives have now been completely transformed New story Living under a bridge, how this grandma struggles to survive with three children. Full story 100 of your donation will go to Marjorie Tasyana, and well film the difference made in our Impact Stories showing you the impact your donation made. With more than 600,000 people live in Manilas slum district of Tondo, the worst of the conditions can be found at Tondos Happyland BRGY105 where the population has grown from around 3,500 in 2006 to more than 12,000 today. Marjorie and Tasyana aretwo single mothers who for the last 12 years have lived there. Spendingeach day going through McDonalds leftovers to survive. Recooking and selling what is locally known in the slum as Pagpag a dish made from bits of meat found in the trash. They sell the recooked food to hungry familiesin the slums for 30p per bag. Earningaround 3 per day,they bothfacethe dailystruggletotry andput their children through education as well as trying to survivein their one roomshack withno shower and no bed. Marjoriewants to provide her children with an educationsowhen she is no longer here, they will at least have the foundations of knowledge to hopefully leave Happylandbehind. We came across their harrowing story whilst visiting theslum in Tondorecently. Cautious at first, they decided to let us into their lives, and it quickly became clear that the issues they faced went beyond earning money.Poverty, severe malnutrition and disease is an everyday reality for Marjorie and Tasyanas family. Together, we can provide both familieswith a new home to live in, beds to sleep in and give their children an education that willsupportthem with a new futureso canleave Happyland once and for good. Special thanks to Paul Setares, Bei Yuh, Eira Miguel, Gabby Banares, Nathasia Yazon. Behind the scenes on Instagram Regular updates on Twitter Join the community on
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