Life in rural Nepal left Kamala with little education and little opportunity for employment. Extreme poverty sentenced her to malnourishment, illness, and deep depression. Doctors told Kamala that her life was hopeless, but WAR, Int'l partners looked through the darkness and offered a bright future. The gift of two goats turned into a small but thriving microenterprise, enabling Kamala to purchase medicine, food, home facilities, and find hope. Two goats quickly turned into eight and when WAR, Int'l discovered that these animals were living in her kitchen, partners stepped in to build a small shed, continuing to remind Kamala of her dignity and worth. Today, Kamala’s business can benefit the whole community, providing milk, meat, and the promise of agricultural development.