She's putting 1,000 Uganda Shillings into the till in her small roadside shop in Nimule, South Sudan. Is she rich? Not quite: that bill in her hand is worth only 37 cents. You'd need 3,000 Uganda Shillings to top $1 USD. Though she may not be rich, she's happy because, after decades of war and destitution, she is finally on her way up from extreme poverty. Having received business training and a small loan through the Women's Micro-Enterprise program operated by Mercy Beyond Borders, she expanded her roadside kiosk and doubled her monthly income. Now she can eat every day. Buy medicine when her children are sick. Sleep better at night. These are big changes in her life. She's on her way up!