In Nepal, even the most basic rituals of daily life can take place on the streets. Here, a baby is given her morning bath by her extended family, while her loving mother looks on. Raising a child in Nepal is a family affair, where a strong sense of community persists. Sadly though, the infant mortality rate in Nepal is alarmingly high. Pneumonia accounts for one third of child deaths, while strikingly, a rather non-threatening ailment in the Western world, diarrhea takes the lives of 27,000 Nepali children each year.