After nearly losing her grandchild to an umbilical cord infection, Krishna Maya Thapa realized how little her community knew about neonatal care. This life-changing experience had a profound impact on her. Soon afterward, multiple women in her community approached her to share their own experiences with neonatal complications, many of them fatal. Krishna was moved by their stories and took action by becoming a community health volunteer. Trained in a HealthRight facility in the community of Khilji, Krishna now conducts weekly trainings for pregnant women and young mothers on a myriad of topics related to maternal and child health.