After a very good breakfast the next day we started setting up the eye camp into 4 section from
providing general knowledge to the locals about various ways to stay hygienic so that the eye infections
can be prevented to referring them to the Til Ganga hospitals in Kathmandu and paying for their
treatment and also providing reading classes and sun glasses to everyone.
Around 10 am, local people from the village Nunthala started showing up including the students from
the local school who joined us later in the afternoon to have their eyes checked up. Some people came
to the camp walking 6 hours to get their eyes checked. I realized that the locals in the area were in a lot
of health risk due to the lack health post and hospitals. The first day of the eye camp was successful one.
By 6 pm we had already wrapped up for the day and spent the rest of the evening talking with the local
friends. By 8 we already had our dinner and went to bed early to start early the next day.
It was a beautiful morning and we started to set up the camp. We were looking forward to serve more
people today, however, rather less number of people showed up. We were done by 6 pm and by the
end of the 2 days camp, we were able to serve around 700 people and some of them were to be
brought to Kathmandu for further checkup. With good feeling, we had our dinner and slept early to start
our trip to Bupsa the next day. We would be walking for around 6 hours to reach Bupsa.