They are men, women and children... just like us
They cry, smile and laugh... just like us
They have dreams, aspirations, goals, and plans... just like us
But they are hungry... not like us
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We are eradicating their hunger and making them just like us.
Despite her disability Precious remains unrelenting in her hopes of a better tomorrow...
Grandma Uzoma is a grandmother doing her best to improve her grandchildren's lives as well as leave them with an inheritance...
Ewe Nla translates to 'The Big Leaf' but also infers to 'A Great Person'. Though petite, Ayoka Alabi showed bravery in telling her story...
With a grateful heart, Mrs. Anitini is focused on making the best of her dire situation always mindful that some suffer worse fates
Despite his visual problems Ibukun still hopes to see his dreams come through
Grandma Idowu shares a story of suffering and struggling not just for her children but for their children as that is what women do, fight for those they love
Mr. Oso believes the love he has for his children rivals that of any father