In Islamabad, a self-sustaining organization called Lettucebee Kids is working to help out young people who have very adult responsibilities. Through Saturday afternoon drawing sessions and summer classes in a local computer lab, Sarah Adeel, the founder of the organization, seeks to teach the children the skills they will need for a formal education. She also hopes to start a community center complete with a garden for the kids to tend, a restaurant for them to manage, and a nursing home for them to connect with community elders. To hear more about Adeel's vision and to see what life is like for Mohammad Ali, a twelve year old who works to provide for his family tune in to the rest of the story for DW's Worldlink.