It's just the way it is which is difficult but at least he is getting an education and he was rescued when he was.
But I always say if I make loads of money, you never know I could win the lottery, I'd definitely like to sort Parang out I think.
Jordan: I'm travelling to Nepal in two weeks time to do some volunteer work, I was just wondering if you had any advice on dealing with seeing children working like this and the poverty surrounding them and possibly not being able to do anything about it.
STACEY: Even if the situation is quite hard to witness I always thought that the tiniest, tiniest help that you can give is better than nothing.
STACEY: I've just been super duper lucky, I just fell into it really. And it was something that I really felt completely uncomfortable with so that when I came back to England I made a definite effort to fundraise and just raise awareness.
I was working on promotions at Luton airport and 'Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts' came up two years ago. You know I didn't do anything fabulous but just joined some organisations and charities that I felt were quite cool and were doing the right thing.
Then I got offered my own journey to see child labour and I was just completely so grateful and just very lucky I think.
STACEY: There are a number of charities that we worked with on the series.
Rug Mark, that's the charity that is looking after Parang and also Save The Children.