When I first met Isiaka, he was always sitting by himself, didn't have any writing materials, no books, no pen, he had torn uniforms, and was always hungry. When I visited his home, I realized that he was from a broken home with a single mom who was trying her best for her four kids but is hardly meeting up. When I noticed this, I took a special interest in him and started to look towards making him feel loved and appreciated. Today Isiaka is on a scholarship and has a sponsor who takes care of his meals twice in a day in school before he goes back home. He is happier and more open to learn now than ever. This is to believing that no child is dump, with the right amount of care, love and attention every child is a champion.