"Imagine three friends come upon a raging river. They see children in the water rushing down the rapids toward a waterfall. One friend immediately jumps into the river and begins pulling as many children out as he can. Knowing there’s a waterfall downstream, the second friend runs down river and tries to catch as many children as he can before they fall over the cliff. The third friend, however, wonders why these children are in the river in the first place. He runs upstream to find out how he can put a stop to it. All three friends are running in three different directions, each addressing different yet equally important points of the problem—there are kids in the water and we need to get them out.”

– Jason Johnson, CAFO