Richa: The pleasure’s all mine. Our challenge is that governments of developing countries lack the area expertise to equip children in public schools with the necessary skills to cope with the stress that accompanies poverty. Thus, these children experience inattentiveness, powerlessness, shame, anger, etc. which stops them from becoming healthy lifelong learners. With 236 million children enrolled in the public schools of India itself, most living on less than $2 a day, there is an urgent need to reimagine the types of skills our most vulnerable children need.