A victim of the earthquake, Kumari suffered head injuries that required surgery and resulted in nerve issues. This requires an unforgiving routine of daily pills, and means that it is impossible for her to work. She has no immediate family and no home apart from this tent.
After her father left the family, Nya and her three sisters were forced to move to Kathmandu and were displaced after the earthquake. Her 14 year old sister has a kidney issue, and they have no money for medicine. This means that she is unable to spend time in the sun and has to remain in the camp.
Prabhu is 68 years old, he lost three children to floods and has a spinal cord injury which means he cannot stand for long. He was displaced from his home in the earthquake and has no children left to help look after him and his wife. He receives rice from other camp residents.
This young boy returns to his tent after attending school
Thuli is 32 years old and has a 15 month old baby to look after. She struggles with food, and can't find work meaning that her child is often sick.
No money to send her children to school, they are forced to take shelter in the camps as rent is unaffordable and their homes were destroyed in the earthquake
Tul has a heart condition which prevents him from working and requires constant visits to the hospital. There are four children in the family, but they cannot afford to send any of them to school. Food is a constant issue.
Kumari suffered life threatening head injuries in the earthquake. She has since recovered, but the daily routine of medicines and the persistent nerve damage has left her unable to work.
The daughter of Tashi Doma looks after her sick brother.