In Dasht-e-Barchi, a poverty-stricken area on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Fatima, an 11-year-old girl, faced a health crisis. With no access to nearby hospitals and lacking financial resources, her mother was unable to take Fatima to a doctor or purchase any over-the-counter medications when she fell ill with a cough and fever. As her condition worsened, they turned to a new clinic, established by Blossom Hill Fellows Aziza and Mursal Akrami, which provides free-of-charge health services for the community. After a thorough examination, she was diagnosed with an upper respiratory tract infection and received the proper medication. Deeply grateful for the care she received, Fatima aspires to become a doctor herself one day to help children in her situation in the future.