Kuto wasn’t sure what to expect when he entered the Central African Republic. All he knew was that it was a dangerous place, full of violence and death. And yet, somehow, he found himself drawn to it. Maybe it was because he felt like he could relate to the people here; they were all struggling just to survive. Whatever the reason, Kuto decided to stay in the country and try to make a difference. It wasn’t easy, but slowly but surely Kuto started making progress. He helped set up schools and clinics, providing much needed education and healthcare for the people of Central African Republic. He also worked tirelessly to promote peace within the country, hoping to one day see an end to the bloodshed that had claimed so many lives. Unfortunately, Kuto’s work became increasingly difficult as tensions between different ethnic groups began to rise again