Children in the village of Nangalama, Uganda find themselves sending their time unsupervised in the streets. The cost of public education is far too high for their parents to send them to school. In 2015, 56% of the country's population lived in poverty and this has since increased. Crop failures, health problems and lack of land keep people in a vulnerable state. The only hope for students in this village is education. Through their education, they will be able to get a job and break the gripping cycle of poverty. Victory knows a better future is within reach. She likes to learn about construction and wants to be a civil engineer when she grows up. Her parents cannot afford the $118 the school requires for her to attend her fourth year of primary school. With a little help from you, her future is brighter.