As a result of our urgent Covid Nepal appeal, Sarah Gorrell at BBC Radio Sussex, interviewed our founder, Dr Kate Yarrow yesterday, as her guest of the day. During the interview Kate gave a brief history of Doctors For Nepal but mainly focused on the ever increasing Covid crisis in Nepal, and in particular in the most remote regions.
CLICK HERE to listen to the interview (Kate appears at 3hrs 09mins 28secs in from the top).
As a result of our emergency appeal for funds to buy desperately needed oxygen cylinders and concentrators for remote regions of Nepal, our equipment has arrived and is being put straight to use. Oxygen concentrators, newly arrived in Mugu District Hospital in one of the most remote regions of Nepal, are now helping many of the local people suffering from Covid.
We are SO happy to announce that oxygen equipment has now arrived from Kathmandu to ALL the remote locations we are supporting - Mugu District Hospital, Karnali Academy of Health Sciences, Kalikot District Hospital, plus Patan Academy of Health Sciences in Kathmandu. Thank you to PHASE Nepal for their amazing work to help us source and distribute. We would like to thank everyone who has already donated, and in particular a group of young Nepalis living and working in Reading who have raised nearly £700 so far - an astonishing amount. We have also had one ENORMOUS ...
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We are VERY pleased to announce that, through some of our supporters' amazing donations and the extremely quick response by DFN and PHASE NEPAL, we have been able to send a 10 litre much needed oxygen concentrator, along with 8 oximeters and 40 sets of PPE to Patan Hospital in Kathmandu. The equipment arrived this morning, 20th May, and our very own Dr Kamal was there to sign the receipt on behalf of DFN. A jeep loaded with more concentrators, oximeters and PPE is now on its way to the remote regions of Kalikot District Hospital, the ...
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We desperately need your support to help us tackle the Covid disaster that is rapidly spreading across Nepal. There has been a 668% increase in cases over the last two weeks (Oxford university data tracking site) with us receiving frantic daily pleas for help from our friends and colleagues in Nepal. Dr. Kamal (one of our DFN doctors undertaking his internship in Kathmandu) says “Our Health system has collapsed... hospitals cannot take patients because we don’t have any life-saving ...