Jocelyne Niyitegeka is a refugee from Rwanda and a mother of two is struggling hard to pay school fees for her elder daughter in a good private school. Jocelyne stopped her studies on grade six and because life was very hard for her she did not manage to return to school. “I liked to study very much and I was very intelligent, but with life we don’t know what to expect, that is why I do even the impossible to offer my daughter the kind of education I never had” she said to me. Jocelyne started by selling only two pair of shoes in Nairobi streets and she used the little money that she got from there to start a small shop of shoes. Her dream is to be able to expand her shop and be a well known business woman.