Please meet my uncle Mr. Bharat Prasad Shrestha, a very good, cheerful, humble man I've ever known in my life. He’s 49 years old and lives with his wife and mother in Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been suffering from renal failure from the last four and half years. He has been diagnosed with DM –II, HTN, Chronic Kidney Disease V. His doctor at Human Organ Transplant Center, Bhaktapur, Nepal has said that he needs to do hemodialysis twice a week or should do renal transplant as soon as possible. As a relief for chronic kidney patients, Government of Nepal provides 104 free dialysis sessions. After that, they have to pay $250 per session and additional $150 for Dialyser when needed. This may not seem much and someone would think that this amount is covered by his health insurance. But imagine this in a country where average people make less than $730 per year, the concept of health insurance is out of the question. He has already had his free sessions and now has to pay for every dialysis he undergoes. The expenses go up to $500 per month for dialysis, medicines, blood tests and other miscellaneous expenses. The money he gets from his government salary is not enough for his treatment. So he has now amassed a massive amount of loan on his name. To make things worse, recently he had a major problem in his fistula (vein opening from where blood is pumped out to the dialysis machine, filtered and pumped back into the body), his fistula was blocked and blood could not be circulated efficiently. Another operation was done to create a new fistula in this leg, but this fistula will only be operational once it heals. So far, he has already had three minor surgeries for Hemodialysis fistulas. His doctors at Gangalal Memorial Hospital has said that because he has very thin veins it will not be possible to make more fistulas in his body which means that getting dialysis will also might not be possible in the future. Getting a new kidney is the best chance he has got. He will not have to go for dialysis and a new kidney will give him longer life. The cost associated with this kind of transplant can be up to $30000 which is impossible for him to arrange, not in current situations. He has always been a very good caring and fun loving person. He has worked very hard his entire life for his family. His wife and 82 year old mother are dependent on him. This kidney transplant can help him get better and become the same person he was before, I think he sincerely deserves a chance to be healthy and enjoy his life. But as mentioned earlier it is very expensive and even with donations from friends and families, we are not being able to collect enough for the operation. Therefore we have set up this fund to cover the expenses for the tests and kidney transplant operation. If all compassionate people like you donate to raise this fund then we can achieve the target. What would be a better way to help a person than saving his life?Please, Please, Please help me save my uncle.Your prayers and donations are very appreciated.