Imagine coming into this world amongst disaster, displacement, sickness, and mourning. At the age of three, your home is an overcrowded camp where shelter, clean water, and sanitation are luxuries you have never known. Never having met your father and your mother absent for many hours of each day desperately begging for what little means would hopefully sustain your survival, you are alone. You meander the dangerous streets unaccompanied, in a country with the highest rate of infant and child mortality. You risk abduction and being sold into child slavery for the cost of a pair of shoes only to walk miles to the nearest clean water source.