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L E Owner of the room where Monica and his three girls lived in Sao Paulo suddenly doubled the rent. Without solution, they are all four to sleep in the street, as many inhabitants of the economic capital of Brazil.
Between food and accommodation, Monica preferred that his daughters of two, nine and 12 years go to bed without being suspended by hunger.
"If I can only pay the rent, with what are we going to fill in the belly?" Request this 33-year-old woman who set up a fortune camp a week ago on Plaza Republica and her park surrounded by buildings.
Every night, she retrieves her daughters in school after collecting and sold recyclable materials that report between 20 and 30 reasons (3,20 and 4.80 euros) a day.
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Their history is not an isolated case in the streets of the metropolis, a jungle of concrete and skyscrapers of 12 million inhabitants, where the rise in unemployment due to the pandemic of Covid and the high cost of housing have pushed many families to the street.
"There is a significant increase in the number of people who are first in the street," says Kelseny Medeiros Pinho, pedagogical coordinator of the University of Sao Paulo University Clinic.
"If you lose your job and do not have an alternative, the street ends up being the solution," she adds, judging insufficient the help of the government of Jair Bolsonaro who was lowered from 600 to 150 Reais this year.
The Far Right Speaker and the Board of Governor of Sao Paulo opposed their veto to bills requesting the suspension of evictions during the health emergency.
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At least 14,300 families were expelled in Brazil between March 2020 and June 2021 and about 85,000 others are threatened with expulsion, according to the "zero expulsion" survey conducted with social actors.
In the only state of Sao Paulo, 3,970 families were expelled and 34,454 others are threatened."Do not lament"
A spokesperson for the national movement for the defense of homeless people, Anderson Lopes Miranda, says that for 30 years he lives with the homeless he has "never" Given such a situation.
"Before, it was seniors and workers who lost their jobs. Today, we see families," he sorry.
The last official census, in 2019, counted 24,344 homeless, including 85% of men. An underestimated figure for NGOs.
Monica and its three girls share an old mattress lent by André, a "neighbor" on the Plaza Republica.
Man takes care of their meager personal belongings, clothes and some toys, while they absent.
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"I'm trying to live a normal life, to wash me, take girls to school," says Monica. "But when we wake up here, you understand that we do not feel very well ... My big fear is to get sick and that I can not be with them anymore".
"I dream of not living on the street, but to get out of it should not be lament," she says.
As many, Monica does not want to go to municipal hosting centers, fear of violence and drugs.
At some streets of Plaza Republica, Marcio Machado, the Evangelical Church of the Power of God, leads the distribution of 800 breakfasts, twice as much as before the pandemic.
Once served, families do not hang out in this location of street inhabitants. The latecomers leave the belly empty.
"It's terrible," he breaths, "Every day they are very numerous: men, women, children, whole families living on the street".
Faced with this increase in the number of let-per-account, the municipality opened 2,393 new host beds and increased from 7,500 to 10,000 distributed rations daily.
"I'm worried about my children," Daniela Rosanaves confess, 24, over seven months. Besides her, her two-year-old son plays with a piece of banana. It's been three months since they live on the street.
27/08/2021 10:53:13 - Sao Paulo (AFP) - © 2021 AFP
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