All children do have rights to amongst other things; an education, food, clothing, a safe home and protection from exploitation, trafficking and sexual abuse. This morning we heard from two guests from Blue Dragon who experienced a very different life as a child in Vietnam. Vi spoke about his life as a young boy living in a rural area as part of a poor family of rice farmers. At 14 years of age he ran away to Hanoi with the aim of making a better life. Following a few months, trying to get money as a shoe-shine boy and living on the streets, he was found by Blue Dragon Foundation. When describing the life he had, he talked about his fears: fear of being physically or sexually abused by gangs. Viet Anh had a similar story of the life he had when, at the age of 5 years, his mother and grandmother were sent to prison. Following a life of begging, he was found by Blue Dragon and received shelter, food and care. Vi and Viet Anh are now working for Blue Dragon and helping other street children. Blue Dragon is one of our BIS Community Partners and which we will continue to support in their quest to make a better life for street children.