During my time in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, I visited the SEED school at it’s center. Here, children ages 5-8 are given an education and some hope of escaping the life that awaits them outside. Padlocked for safety and built of tin, the school teaches the children english, math, reading and religion. It is most likely the best, and possibly only, meal these children get each day. Mary and I were given an incredible welcome with the kids singing and dancing in our honor. It was moving to see so much hope in the middle of such despair.