Dhan Kumari B.K., 60, from Ramechhap, Nepal lives with the other 7 members of her family. Before Tevel began working in her village, the family had no toilet, which was both a source of disease and humiliation in her community. The family endured many bouts of illness as a result. Thanks to Nyayik Sansar, a member of Tevel’s Youth Service Program, the family now has a toilet in their home. They don’t have to wake up early and hide from the neighbors in a bush and there is no fear of insect or snake bites. They don’t suffer from communicable diseases like diarrhea and dysentery. They are happy and healthy. Dhan says their lives have become much easier. They are happy and healthy.