Meet Katrina*. Katrina is no stranger to the challenges many children in her community face. In her four short years of life, she knows loss, hunger, rejection, and sickness. It is young lives like Katrina’s that motivate Care Workers in Temitope Community to keep following Christ’s call to care for the most vulnerable. Mr. Alet, a local volunteer Care Worker, together with Toyin from the Hands at Work local office, first met Katrina while they did visits in the community. Toyin and Mr. Alet knew she was one of the most vulnerable – not just from her story, but by her appearance. Katrina has lived through the abandonment of her own father, and tragically, her mother died while giving birth to her, which set baby Katrina on a path of illness. Katrina is often sick, and is quite small for her age. But thankfully, Katrina was not left on her own; her aunt took her in and began caring for her. Though she does all she can to care emotionally for Katrina, she is unable to provide for all Katrina’s physical needs. Mr. Alet recently began caring for Katrina, and when she first started coming to the Care Point she was very weak and required much assistance. But, God has sustained and greatly improved her health through Mr. Alet and the other Care Workers. In just six weeks of attending the Care Point, Katrina is already looking physically much healthier! The Care Point is quickly becoming a place of refuge for Katrina. She sees Care Workers as people to feed her and care for her health, and the Care Point as an opportunity to build friendships with other children. Through the Christ-like love and compassion of Care Workers like Mr. Alet, Katrina is daily being given a sense of belonging and great hope.