A starving and humiliated future of Georgia suffers in a damp and dilapidated house and sleeps on a single couch! Should any of the angels die so that the others can survive?
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Ani has a fever, but they can’t take her temperature and there are no medications at home. There is only one way out: to call an ambulance or wait for the neighbors to wake up and ask them for fever-reducing medication.
Nia (6-year-old): Ani has a fever, and I have high blood pressure! I always have high blood pressure when I am hungry. My head starts to hurt, and I feel bad.
- Who told you that you have high blood pressure?
Nia: When my grandma feels really bad, she says her blood pressure is high, so when I feel bad, I must have high blood pressure too!
Tsisana: Nia has the hardest time with hunger; she feels bad, and to explain her condition to us, she says she has high blood pressure.Nia: I can eat more than anyone else! I have the biggest belly!
- What do you like to eat the most?
Nia: Pancakes! I probably could eat all the pancakes in the world!"
Tsisana: Children only talk about food. We don’t manage to feed them properly. We don't even use the social canteen - it is a disaster for us! There are six hungry children in the house!"
- Why don't you use the canteen?
Tsisana: We've been waiting in line for two years. I write to various agencies to get attention, but nothing happens. They say if someone dies, we'll put you on the waiting list...Imagine waiting for someone's death just to guarantee your children a piece of bread. This is sacrilege.
- Seven children, in a dilapidated house, cold, hungry... how do you manage to survive? You're also pregnant!
Tsisana: Yes... my husband left when he found out that I was pregnant again. It's been six months and we haven't heard from him since. They say he left the country - I don't know. The kids miss him a lot. Especially the youngest, Ani. She goes looking for him. She's a year and a half old and she says "Daddy, daddy." I can't work anymore because of my belly, and no one wants to hire me. The social allowance is enough for nothing - only for buckwheat and macaroni...If someone gets sick, we only hope to God that the illness will be mild, and no one will need medications. Our neighbors help us a lot. When they hear that children are crying from hunger, they bring whatever they have. Today they brought soup. Not to mention that the roof leaks, that there are no windows, that the toilet and water are outside the house... there are no beds - the children sleep on one folding couch. What else to tell you? We won't finish till morning.
- Tsisana, how did you find yourself here?
Tsisana: "This is an arbitrary occupied building. Many families who have nowhere else to go live on the outskirts of the city. When I was still married and able to work, we lived in a rented apartment, but we could no longer afford the rent and were evicted. Now I live here with my sick mother. Pus is coming out of her head, but she can't go to the doctor. I need to get an ultrasound, as they said I might be having twins - my husband probably ran away from this "happy" news. The joy of having a child is replaced by the fear of how I will cope. But then I think, God gave me the ability to raise six children, and we will raise the seventh. The older children help me a lot around the house and can even look after the younger ones.
Elene (12-year-old): We have the smartest one among us - it's Nino! She does everything around the house and helps the children with their lessons.
Nino (10-year-old): And are you not good? Elena draws very beautifully, but she doesn't have anything to draw on. We are very good friends with her. And Mariam is the most restless one! Nia always wants to eat.
- What do you like doing?
Elene: Well, I love studying, I love drawing, and I also dream of becoming a doctor and of skating. You know, a skateboard is something not everyone lends you to ride on. But I'm sure I'll be great at it. My friends say that everything will work out great for me if I really want it.
- What good friends you have!
Elene: They are the best! When I was little, I had a problem with my finger. Kids avoided me, thought I was contagious and wouldn't play with me, but Nini and Nata became friends with me and played with me. And I realized then that they are the most wonderful!
Nino: I also have friends, but Elene is a more 'friendly' girl. I really love studying, but I have to skip school - when it's cold, we can't go because we don't have warm clothes. When I become a dentist, I will earn enough for beautiful clothes and lots of food.
- Why do you want to become a dentist?
Nino: Since childhood, I've always wanted to. I want to fix my grandmother's teeth. Soon, she won't have any teeth left, and I want her to be beautiful. And while I become a dentist, I dream of having a phone!
Mari (8 years old): "I don't dream of girly dolls either – I want a bike! A normal one, not with those "Barbies." I also don't like studying, but my grandma says I have to! I don't understand why. When I grow up, I'll become a math teacher and make kids study! Then we'll see who has fun!
- Wow, how nice!
Nia (6-year-old): And I don’t go to school. I don't know if I'll like it there or not. School - it can be both good and bad. And I know a poem about a cat! That broke a vase, and her grandmother scolded her. But we don't have a vase or a cat! We don't even have any toys!
- Do you like dolls, unlike your sisters?
Nia: Of course! I'm a girl! I dream about dolls and something else too!
- What about?
Nia: I don't know how to explain it. A doll that has a house, and clothes. And her own things. And also, I want to have food at home! A looooot of food! So that there's enough for me and everyone else. Otherwise, I'm always hungry, and Elene, Nino, and Mari say, "just bear it - we bear it, don't we?" But I can't bear it. My stomach starts hurting, and my blood pressure goes up! And a ball and blocks for David! Everyone forgot about him, but I remembered.
- We will ask your mom about what she is dreaming about. Don’t you mind?
Mari: My mom's birthday is coming soon (Tsisana's birthday is on April 24th, - author's note) and I want to get her a cake!
- Tsisana, despite such a hard life, do you have any dreams?
Tsisana: No! My only dream is to create at least minimal conditions for my children. We don't have water or a toilet at home. I heat up food at my neighbors', get water in the yard, and the toilet is in the middle of nowhere. If you could solve this biggest problem for us, I would be just happy. The baby will be born soon, and I don’t know how I will bathe her. Because of the conditions we have my children barely manage to bathe once a week, and when it's cold, they go dirty for half a month!
- I see that in addition to the lack of plumbing, you roof is leaking ... and there are no beds and a table!
Tsisana: We have nothing! But plumbing is the first and the most important problem. Next is the roof, and furniture... and there is no washing machine, no clothes and shoes ...
- Didn’t you ask the state authorities for help? Maybe they can provide you with more comfortable housing? Or maybe you are eligible for some benefits?
Tsisana: I don’t even remember how many times I applied to them. I asked them to provide us with housing or pay rent. I have nothing to say - they can’t even enroll us to a social canteen. The assistance for having many children that I am entitled to is taken by the bank. A few years ago, we took a loan because of our child's illness. Only God knows when I will manage to pay it off. While my belly wasn't showing yet, I worked in a factory and earned a meager wage, but my children were not hungry. When I receive an allowance, I will pay off all the debts in grocery stores, pay utility bills and will have 300-400 GEL left for the whole month. What should that be enough for? I think with horror about the birth of a child. I don't even have clothes for her. Therefore, I addressed you, in the hope that you will certainly help us, at least a little. I know that God sent me to you, and even if no one responds to my misfortune, it means that this is the Providence of God.
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Friends! This family has no one else to ask for help. We are their last hope. We want to ask for help from compassionate people who will not be indifferent to the fate of six children. They do not even have basic and customary home appliances. Lord, help these poor and suffering people!
This kind Georgian family needs any help: first of all, they need to install water and arrange a bathroom. The roof needs to be repaired, beds, tables, and chairs need to be bought. The children need clothes, shoes, and school supplies, and the unborn baby girl needs clothes and hygiene products. The family is also in great need of food, and a washing machine. It would also be great if we could buy tablets, a bicycle, a scooter, and toys for children. Together, we will manage to help these unfortunate people, as we helped thousands of families in Georgia who were hanging between life and death.
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