Converstaions here in Zambia often focus on how to best help the vulnerable children in this country. As a mother and teacher, I go into the compounds and become anxious to do MORE. I look around and see kids need clothing, shoes, water and nutritional food. They need backpacks, books and pencils. However, I believe Zambians do not necessarily need Americans coming in, always having loads of stuff for the children. Less is more. The children need to be loved and need to feel safe. Teachers need to be supported and coached. They both need praise and to be uplifted. As a mother and teacher, I am capable of fulfilling those needs. Yes, the stuff is fun to provide, but there is so much more to give.