Khalil — The Fishing Story

""The person I met was Anwar Mallah. He is 40 years old. He catches fish and then sells them and runs his home with that money. There are six people at Anwar’s home. Anwar goes fishing at six in the morning. If he finds a customer near the canal, he sells the fish there. He sells them for 100 rupees (per fish). If he does not find a client there, he takes the fish to Gharo (a city nearby). After selling the fish there, Anwar buys household items from Gharo and then returns home. Then he gives those things to his mother. His mother then makes food and Anwar eats with his kids. After having food, Anwar washes his children’s hands and gives them water to drink, as well as having a drink himself."

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