I can't find a consistent or comprehensive account for what exactly is wrong with her beyond the generic 'TBI', but the fact that she is, as the media puts it, 'awake' now and having a breathing tube inserted is a good sign that she will not slip into a persistent vegetative state (PVS)/coma or brain death. That is provided that she doesn't experience knock on neurological damage (like seizures/strokes etc) caused by scar tissue around the lesion site. This is a high risk in paediatric brain injury cases and she may have to get future surgery to remove this scarified tissue if it hasn't been done already. From photographs she seems to be relatively alert and aware (edit: not sure how old those photos are).Tafida Raqeeb suffered a traumatic brain injury in February 2019
Incidentally, when patients in PVS are kept on mechanical ventilation and life support for extended periods of time their brains atrophy and eventually calcify, I recall reading about one post-mortem study in which the neurologist noted that bits of liquefied brain nervous tissue could be found floating down the spinal column after chronic life support. I wonder if that's why so many warrior moms don't want to see their child's MRI.