|Maria locking up her house. Clothes that her|
daughter, Maria, washed are hanging outside.
The quarters are cramped, but the family is glad to be staying together in this government-subsidized housing. Maria spends most of her time at home, helping her daughter Marta with the housework and enjoying the company of her grandchildren, but she also goes out everyday.
|Victor and Maria; (Maria had just been crying after they recounted|
to us Victor's story).
- Literature in Spanish brail for Victor, or any other special resources for blind people. Victor has very little property--Anything would be welcome. In such poverty and without being able to see, Victor has so little to do, and that is a major reason for his fits of depression.
|Maria next to her bed and in her bedroom, which she shares|
with 5 other people (her son and his wife and 3 children)