Build Dates: October 21st & 22nd

Family Information:

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Father- Pablo Haziel

  • Age: 26

  • Profession: Security Guard

  • Monthly Salary: $375 approx working 12 hr days

Mother- Melisa

  • Age: 26

  • Profession: Homemaker

  • Weekly Salary: N/A

Children-

  • Alondra, 1 yr on October 2nd

  • Pablo Emiliano, 3 yrs on September 29

  • Brayan Haziel, 7 yrs, 2nd Grade

Property Information:

Colonia- Nueva Espana
Time with property- 14 months
Electricity- Yes
Running Water- No
Structure- Plaster & Pallets, No Windows
 

Family Story:

Pablos family is originally from Sinaloa, but when he was young they moved to San Vicente in Norther Baja California. They moved into the house which was in front of where his future sister-in-law lived. Pablo and Melisa met during a visit Melisa made to her sister, and they eventually started dating. They were both in high school and Melisa found out she was pregnant. They both decided to drop out of school, Melisa to care for their child, and Pablo to be a responsible man who needed to care for Melisa and their child. Pablo got a job with an uncle of his at a ranch. Pablo didn’t make much money and they couldn’t afford a place to live, so they both moved in with Pablo’s father. They decided to move to Ensenada when their son Brayan was 1 yr old. Pablo found a job as a night security guard. They went from rental to rental. Melisa became pregnant with their second child and things started getting expensive for them so they had to move in with Pablo’s mother. Pablo’s parents had gotten divorced and Pablo’s mother was in Ensenada. Pablo’s mother didn’t have electricity, nor water. They looked for land they could get on credit, making monthly payments, and found one they got and built a room on. At this time their daughter had been born. They got a bank loan and used the money to build the room with pallets. Pablo;s salary is enough to cover their basic living expenses, bus transport to and from work, the loan payment and land payment. They do not have any extra income, or the ability, to build a proper home.

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