At the age of 11, Geovanni's small hands are covered with scars from careless use of tools during farming, and his cheeks are also sunburned from long-term farming work, but his eyes are still shining. "When I was 7 years old, I helped my grandfather in the corn field. During the harvest season last year, I started to work in other people's fields. Because my father likes to drink, the family only relies on my mother to sell groceries. I hope to help the family make money together.
With money, my family has food. My mother agreed to my request, as long as I didn’t drop out of school because of work.” On working days, Giovanni got photo retouching up at 5 in the morning, went out at 5:30, went to work at 6, worked in the fields until 12 noon, and then used the afternoon to go to school. After working half a day in this way, he can earn about $7, and he will take half of his salary to buy food and the other half to pay for tuition. W105-0045-021 Photo Credit: World Vision "Working under the scorching sun is hard, and you have to be very attentive when using a hoe, otherwise accidents are easy to happen
. I have only suffered a small injury, and I have never had a major accident. Other adults also took special care of me and taught me how to do it. I like to work, and I like to study more. , I hope that in the future I can learn to repair mechanical appliances." Giovanni, who is in the seventh grade, has a grade of B or above in every subject at school. The 20 class