It's a little hard to explain in words what I've seen and experienced working with Project SARI. I have seen children immersed in rural worries, I have seen poverty, I have seen the hands of a thirteen-year-old who has been stricken with hard work, I have seen teenagers overcoming hunger with a piece of bread. Yes, I have seen them because we grew up with these children, side by side, many of us were once one of them. Children are not to blame for all these difficulties, but their past cannot be changed.
I have felt that these children, who have already faced the greatest difficulties in life, have not yet forgotten the beauty of smiling, the colours of joy, they want to conceal all these injustices in the bright sunshine, and run into the fields full of flowers.
Children need a hand that reaches out and answer their questions, in their own language, in their own words. After reaching out, I saw the shine in their eyes, I saw them in poverty but now striving to build their dream future, I saw the hands of a hard-working 13-year-old touching a musical instrument and making music, I saw a them finding a way to set up businesses. The reaching hand is Project SARI.