Orawan was heartbroken. She had just seen a young boy from her village in Doi Saket working late at night selling cigarettes and alcohol in the parking lot of the grocery store. When she had questioned him about what he was doing, she found out his parents couldn’t pay for him to continue school after 6th grade and they needed him to go to the city and find work to support the family. When she asked if his parents knew how he was making money, he said that they would be devastated if they knew, but he felt a responsibility to take care of his family. As Orawan drove home, she couldn’t get this boy out of her head and she knew his story was not unique in her village. After spending years working in anti-trafficking in the city of Chiang Mai, she decided it was time she focused on helping the families in her own back yard.