As an eleven-year-old little girl, she was living in landscape of refugee camps on the border of Burma and Thailand. Surrounding her were dangers of drugs, slavery, genocide and child sex-trafficking. She was already being sent across the border into Thailand to work in order to earn money for her family’s survival. She dreamed of going back to school, and feared being trapped in the sex-trade industry like too many young girls in her culture. Thankfully, she was accepted by House of Faith orphanage in Chiang Dao, Thailand where she remained until she graduated high school and moved into the Dream Central Transitional Housing for orphans. Today, twenty-year-old Mooda works at the YY Café by Dream Central as she prepares to begin her college career.