A little hospital in the far remote town of Altai Sum is situated in the most western province of Mongolia, where the majority of inhabitants live a nomadic life that has hardly changed in the last 1000 years. They live with their herds of goats, sheep, yaks, horses and camels in harsh conditions where the winters are long and the temperatures can drop to minus 40 degrees. They are in constant search for grazing land for their animals. When in need of medical care, most do not go to see a doctor, however, if they do, they come to this small hospital in Altai. Unfortunately the hospital lacks many pieces of medical equipment. One priority is a urine analyzer for $917. This would help the doctors and nurses make proper diagnoses which in turn allow them to provide targeted treatment.