Marceline Bauma, 8, lives in Goma, Congo. Some of Marceline’s life in that African city is far different than life in the United States. Her home has no electricity or running water. But other parts are familiar: There’s schoolwork to do, and her help is needed around the house. Take a peek into how Marceline spends her days.
Marceline Bauma and classmates listen to their teacher at Notre Dame du Congo school in Goma, Congo. The school's name means Our Lady of Congo. Kem Knapp Sawyer/Pulitzer Center Buy Photo