Kamala lives on a stadion right next to the Mission East office i Lalitpur. A woman from a local disability organisation lead us to her and 25 other people with disability. Many of them were in wheelchairs and common for them were that they had lost their homes in the earthquake and did not have anywhere else to go. I talked with Kamala aged 23. She used to live with her mother and sister in Bhaktapur. On the day of the earthquake she visited some friends in Katmandu. Bhaktapur was compeltely destroyed in the EQ, and she does not know anything about what happened to her mother and sister. She does not have anywhere to go and she lives on this statdion. Chinese red cross has provided some tents, engineers without boarders were digging latrines while I was there and some local volunteers provide two meals a day. Mission East will provide a water tank and food for a month, and perhaps also some sanitary towels and soap, which Kamala told me, she needs. A photo was taken of her and me, and she became so happy when I gave her a simple black and white copy of it. This girl is really in a precariuos situation, but she still manages to smile and is so gentle.