One of the girls in Ghunsa was born almost blind. In the mountains of Nepal this is often life-threatening. The girl has few possibilities to be independent. At a “health camp” of European doctors, cataracts were diagnosed and operated on after a few years. One eye is now partially functional and the other can barely see a metre wide. Kusang Tamang first took her to the hospital in Paphlu, where the doctor was unable to treat her. The necessary equipment is missing. But now it has to go fast: If we wait even longer, the eye can go completely blind. Mother and daughter have now been accompanied by Kusang Tamang to the hospital in Kathmandu to receive the necessary therapy. We wish her every success and hope that she will return to Ghunsa soon!