It’s important to remember that people are people no matter where they live. In the USA, there are many programs and non-profits to help those in need. Some people will try and take advantage of this generous help, and others will genuinely use it to change their life. In the same way, most Ugandans will truly benefit from sponsorship. For those who don’t, we work very hard to determine if someone should be removed from the program. For example, a lot of this idea of a handout comes from the parents. Regardless of sponsorship status, we actually require parents to contribute to their students education. If they can’t help with any of the school fees, we ask them to contribute beans, or goats milk. We want to make sure they are also personally invested in this opportunity for their child.