In the indigenous culture of rural areas, it is very common to have large families, but this is not always easy.
This is a family of ten. Their situation is complicated and their resources are very low. They live all together in a small and humble house of one room with only one bed, where mother and baby sleep. The others, including the children, sleep on the dirt floor. Narú works to provide extra and much-needed support - like bunk beds - in cases like these.