Mukamarinda Victor is a six year old boy who is currently in top class at a local primary school (top class is similar to a U.S. kindergarten program). Victor, his younger sibling, and his mother stay with Victor’s grandparents, but they are not wanted there. Victor’s mother is deaf and mute, meaning she communicates through sign language. Because of this, she finds it hard to find people that will give her work to do. People do not offer her jobs, because they struggle to communicate with her. Victor, along with his brother and mother, are not supported by outsiders or by their own family. Sponsoring Victor will allow him to continue his education where he can learn and grow, while simultaneously relieving some stress from his mother.