MANILA — Shortly after sunrise, a woman with soulful eyes and
short-cropped black hair hurried down a narrow alley in flip-flops,
picking her way around clusters of squatting children, piles of trash
and chunks of concrete.
Yolanda Naz's daily scramble had begun. Peddling small shampoo
packets in the shantytown of San Andres, she raced to earn enough money
to feed her eight children.
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