|Birth Date||April 23, 2006|
|Age||15 years old|
|School||Scheel Center (Centro Scheel)|
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Gender Male Birth Date December 15, 2013 Age 7 years old Grade Preschool School Dreamer Center (Centro Soñador) Country Guatemala
BiographyJosé lives in Jocotenango with his mother, brother and sister. Their house is made of sheet metal and has a cement floor. The house is made up of only one room, and there are two beds that the family share. José's mother is not currently working and the family rely on relatives to help out with household costs. José's father does not live with them and does not currently support them financially. José's favorite color is blue and his favorite animals are dogs. José likes to listen to children's songs, and the one he likes best is called 'La Mariposita' which means 'The Little Butterfly'. In school José's favorite time of the day is playtime. This year his goal is to be able to draw cool things like the pictures on display in his classroom. When he grows up, José would like to do the same job as his father, a demolition worker knocking down houses so that new houses can be built. José said that he wants to do this job so that he can be close to his father.
Gender Male Birth Date March 20, 2011 Age 10 years old Grade 2nd Grade School Dreamer Center (Centro Soñador) Country Guatemala
BiographyDiego lives in San Felipe with his parents and two brothers. The walls of his house are made out of cement blocks, the roof is metal and the floor is made of cement. Diego's father is a builder's assistant and earns Q2000 ($255) a month. Diego's mother does not work and looks after the house. The house has a table top stove and also use firewood to cook. Diego's favorite animals are birds and his favorite food is pizza. Diego likes the color red and his favorite musician is Ozuna. At school his favorite activity to do in class is 'tarea' which is like handwriting practice. His goal for this year in school is to pass all of his classes. When he grows up Diego would like to be a police officer because they have guns and they arrest bad people.
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