In the rain in the afternoon of July, Ms. Y Kho (25 years old, living in Dak Ro Wang village, Dak Pxi commune, H.Dak Ha, Kon Tum) and her three brothers ran home from the hill. Today, the four sisters Y Kui went to pull weeds.
Y Khue was born in a poor family in the mountains. In the 10th grade, her mother had heart disease and her father had liver cancer. Assets in the house just wear a hat and leave. Y Khong had to leave school to work as a hired laborer to earn money to support his family.
At the age of 19, Y Khue got married. After the wedding day, her husband went to her sister’s house to stay at her husband’s house. With more labor, family life is also less difficult. After a few years, Y Kho and her husband had two children together. In early 2021, her mother died, leaving the house empty and 5 acres of land. Life is difficult, the family is poor, her father’s liver cancer is getting worse and worse. Eight months later he passed away. Since then, Y Khuong and his wife have had to bear the burden of raising 2 children and 3 younger siblings.
Y Kho and his wife grow noodles on the land left by their parents, earning more than 10 million VND per year. That meager amount of money is nothing with 7 mouths to eat. Therefore, her family is always the poorest in the commune. To take care of the family, anyone who hires Y Khuong and his wife will accept it. But it was a sunny day, and when it rained, no one rented it, no money, so the meal was only a bunch of wild vegetables and fish caught in the stream.
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Knowing that she worked hard, three brothers A Khuan (14 years old), A Khoa (12 years old) and A Kha (9 years old) always helped with the housework. On summer days, A Khuan and A Kha follow her to the fields to make wheat grass. On leisure days, the three brothers invited each other to pick bamboo shoots and mushrooms to sell for money. “Love you, the children worked hard to find and pick bamboo shoots, prepare them and sell them. No matter how much money they earn, they bring them back to their sister. There are no parents left, so the sisters only know how to take care of each other and live,” said Y Khue. Also because it was too difficult, A Khuan planned not to continue going to school but to learn an electrician trade in order to soon have a job to help her sister take care of them. “I just wish I could learn a trade and be able to work early to earn money to help my sister. I love you so much,” A Khuan said.
The new school year is about to start, because they are households with difficult circumstances, so Y Khue’s children are supported with books and study expenses. Her biggest worry right now is money to buy clothes for the children to go to school. “It’s not time to harvest noodles yet, the rainy season is about to start, and my husband and I don’t know how to make money to feed our children and children,” said Y Khue.
According to Mr. Tran Phuoc Tuan, Chairman of Dak Pxi Commune People’s Committee, the situation of Ms. Y Kho’s family is very difficult, although the Commune People’s Committee always creates favorable conditions to support the family’s business, and at the same time mobilizes benefactors and businesses in the area to help, but resources are also limited. Therefore, we hope that the benefactors and readers of the Newspaper Youth join hands to help Y Kho’s family, so that 3 children can go to school.