The aim of Doctors For Nepal is to improve healthcare in rural Nepal by empowering impoverished students to serve as doctors, nurses and midwives in their isolated rural communities.

We provide scholarships to under-privileged medical, nursing and midwifery students, who then return to their remote communities to provide desperately needed medical care.

Latest news

  • Jeevan Becomes our 8th Doctor for Nepal!
    We’re overjoyed to announce that we have an 8th Doctor for Nepal! Dr. Jeevan Pandey passed his final exams recently after four years of […]
  • UK Medical Students Arrive in Nepal
    This week, three UK medical students from Bristol University, Rachel Ferguson, Caitlin Hopkins and Georgia Hall arrived in Kathmandu to start their medical electives […]
  • Do You Have a Surplus of Air Miles?
    Donations of air miles are so valuable in helping us carry out the work that we do. They help to subsidise trustee visits to […]