I find this article very important in many different ways, the first being that it shows the trouble families are in not only in other countries but in our own as well. Its is also very encouraging that the government has decided instead of throwing more money into the foster care system they actually took a look into what was contributing to rising rates of foster children and are attacking part of the problem at its root. This type of approach to looking at the root of a problem is a very positive thing to think about it gives hope to families who are homeless of in extreme poverty. This idea of helping families not just by providing money or property alone but a comprehensive set of resources draws a parallel to the Personal Coaches Help Haitian Families Escape Poverty article I blogged about in the first blog. Overall I think a greater awareness of the shambles that family units are falling into all over the world from right here in the US to places like Kenya.