Emma has recently returned from Uganda after spending two years and all her savings, working with local communities to develop small bio-gas units where the farmers turn the waste products into gas for cooking and prevent the destruction of the forests to make charcoal. She also worked against all the odds to install a sustainable clean water supply to a small village, Kikumiriro, replacing a muddy water hole and dirty river which were over two hours away. What is so incredible about Emma is her refusal to be unfazed, her persistence, and her natural and instinctive need to help. She made a promise to the villagers and saw it through. Many people could be daunted by the prospect of helping an entire community get access to relatively clean drinking water, not Emma. She also took a youth team to the Blue Sky Camp in Mongolia. The world needs more Emmas.