Every month, HOPE’s social workers visit the children under HOPE’s Community Child Education and Development Program. One seven-year-old boy and one seven-year-old girl under this program are studying grade 1 at the public school. Each of them is living with their widowed mothers. Their family is very poor. One of the moms is collecting recycled things to sell for her income and the other mom is not employed on a regular basis. Occasionally, she works as a laundry woman for the people who need their washing done and she raises some chickens at home for an income. The social worker always consults with the families about the children’s study conditions, living environment and how to earn an income from a small business startup. HOPE provides them with some money to start their small business at home and encourages them to not give up and keep working hard for a better life with a positive change in the future.