Jean-Paul Gisembe, 57 year old man with five children; three boys and two girls. Both his daughters married at age 18. His oldest son moved to the town if Gisenyi, Rwanda in search of a better life while his second son moved in with his boss whom he shepherds goats for. Gisembe now lives with his youngest son who was the only children to receive an education. They live in Nyabihu District, Western Province of Rwanda. Gisembe never understood the importance of education. As a child he was discouraged by walking 20 kilometers to attend school while his friends stayed at home drinking milk or making money by farming their lands. He is now grows potatoes for a living. He obtained his farming experience from watching others farm their potatoes, sorghum and corn. Contrary to what he imagined, leaving school for a farming life did not make him rich. He owns his house but does not own a farm. Gisembe dreams of contributing to his country by working hard for his boss so that he can pay taxes which will help the government build more schools for the next generation of children.