|Birth Date||Nov 24, 2009|
|Age||9 years old|
Vasil is at present eight years old. He is doing well and is in good health. Vasil attends the third grade at school and is doing well with the lessons. His favorite subject in his class is Mathematic. Vasil likes to be a policeman when he grows up, so he can be close to the people who need him to protect them from harm. He and his other friends love to play football during the afternoons. Vasil’s favorite color is blue. Vasil lives in low Rodokal. His home is at least half an hour far from school and from the feeding programme centre. Most of the time the children from this area walk to come to school and this gets harder during the fall or winter. Vasil has three brothers. His two older brothers whose names are Afrim and Arberi are twins. At present they are fifteen years old and attend the ninth grade at school. Vasil’s younger brother is seven years old. His name is Sildi. He is attending the first grade at school. All of them attend our programme. Vasil attends regularly twice a week, every Monday and Thursday our feeding program at Rodokal, enjoying the combined meals cooked and served to the participating children. He likes the fried chicken, sausages, pasta and rice served by our cooks. Vasil attends the Bible classes for the children who are same age with him and enjoys singing to praise the Lord Jesus and learning from God’s Word. At the end of the Bible lesson, he and the other children spend time to play at our feeding centre under the care of our teachers. Vasil comes with his friends from low Rodokal so they can all walk back to their homes being altogether. The family of Vasil contains six persons who live in three rooms in an old home. His father is emigrating in Greece and works in a car wash. He works there for a season within the year and provides partly what is needed the most to his family. Same as all families in the village, they own land. During this year they have planted wheat. They grind it to flour and the mother makes the bread at home. They have decided to keep no animals. This way they need to buy the milk or other products needed for daily consumption. Vasil’s mother has made a small vegetable garden in which she works and provides tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, etc. Doing this, she provides fresh vegetables which they use in their daily consumption. The father doesn’t earn much from emigration or working in the fields, therefore the family is still living on poverty and their needs are many to support.