After living in Japan for half of the year, Nepal seemed as a completely different world with its chaotic traffic, noisy streets and momo cafes everywhere. Even more contrast we saw when we traveled to the Kihyun Primary school. It is located high in the mountains and the time you spend going there depends on the weather that day. The road is on the edge of the cliff, the condition of the road looks even more scary than the cliff itself. Going there was a challenge, and going back when it started raining and the car was getting stuck in the mud and could not cross the river was even a bigger challenge. However, we realised that the people living in that village, and in hundreds of villages all around Nepal, have face it every day, that kids in order to go to school have to hike for some time, that if it rains villagers have to cross a river and walk uphill in the mud. It made me realise that these kinds of villages are the most vulnerable after the earthquake, and we are helping people who need it.