When children grow up in poverty and don't know any other kind of reality it makes one wonder if they allow themselves to have any dreams at all.

Here are a few examples of what the children in the ABC schools in Uganda wrote down when they were asked about this a few years ago. What's most interesting here is the children's desire to do good and help others fulfill their dreams.

Nalubega Moureen wants to be an accountant. When asked about what she would do if that was achieved she said:

She wants to find a job and start working. She wants her own land and build her own house. She wants to help those who have difficulty achieving their dreams. She wants to help her parents.

Nakkazi Viola wants to become a doctor. When asked about what she would do if that was achieved she said:

She wants to build a hospital and take care of patients. She wants to build her own house. She wants to build her parents a house. She wants to pay the tuition for her siblings's education. She wants to start an orphanage. She wants to travel.

Sponsors play a large role in that the children can even allow themselves to have dreams and think big. The willingness to lend a hand comes from being lent a hand.

Your support means the world to the children.

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