We start the week with some very positive news, direct from Karagwe district (Kagera), Tanzania. Introducing Joceline: One of the first graduates of the vocational school for girls with disabilities. She suffered from osteomielitis and had to endure long therapy hours after surgery. During the course, Joceline learned how to use the sewing machine to make various items of clothing. Upon graduation, she was given a machine so that she could put into practice what she had learned from home. Today she already has several clients who ask her for custom-made garments, in addition to three students with whom he shares the knowledge obtained in the course and who make up a team that keeps her small business moving. It is very encouraging to see how the title they receive after this training opens so many doors for them and helps the girls to see beyond and thrive on their own.