Fernando Luis Mamboriso is an older, graying gentleman who moves slowly. He was a zone leader in Nazare. He supports his wife and six children by selling fish he buys from the seashore. “We were really bad after the cyclone,” he told us. “But we knew how to rebuild the kitchens, the latrines and our houses. And not only that, but we knew how to work as a community, to help each other. That’s what we learned from Care For Life. We learned to work together. We didn’t need anyone to come help us because we knew. We were taught and then we taught others…. We learned the importance of learning, and we still want to continue to learn…Somebody learns something and then they can teach someone else…pouco a pouco [little by little].”