The little girl’s screams could be heard throughout the crowded clinic. In the seventeen days since her first visit, Tenzin Dolma’s cries penetrated many hearts.
This five-year-old girl made daily visits with her parents who traveled for miles through the remote, mountainous area of India.
Each day Tenzin would arrive for treatment for severe burns to her left arm. She was scalded by boiling water atop an indoor, open fire stove.
Her parents brought her to the heavily crowded clinic in Zanskar, where hundreds of residents signed up for care each day. They desperately hoped someone could help their daughter.