Inspired by stories of hope from developing nations, a student in South Korea decided to make a difference. Korte Zickefoose, now a freshman at Taejon Christian International School, spent a significant portion of his summer vacation folding paper cranes and collecting pledges. The results? Korte folded over one thousand paper cranes and raised enough cash to provide basic school supplies for a Maasai community school at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro in southern Kenya. The school educates the younger children of the village in English, Kiswahili and the Maasai language. The Masaai villagers were touched by Korte’s generosity and inventiveness; they have agreed to create their own handicrafts to sell so they can support another Freedom Through Learning school in the same way. Proceeds from the sale of these goods are supporting the community library project in the Vumilia IDP camp in the Rift Valley.