We are very pleased to announce that a large amount of PPE, the money for which was raised entirely from our online auction at the end of 2020, has now arrived at Mugu District Hospital in the Karnali region of Nepal. Along with PHASE Nepal, our very own Dr Meena has helped co-ordinate the logistics behind getting the PPE to this remote district, but we couldn't have done it without the help of PHASE Nepal to whom we are extremely grateful. Thank you again to all who took part in our online auction which raised over £2,000.
Dr Meena with boxes of PPE
As a result of our online auction held at the end of last year, we have raised enough funds specifically to purchase and distribute PPE for our doctors, nurses, medical, nursing and midwifery students and their colleagues in remote regions of Nepal. We have collaborated with PHASE Nepal, who are purchasing the appropriate equipment on our behalf, and it is now on its way to Jumla and Mugu. We are in also negotiating with PHASE for the safe distribution and storage of the PPE. We have asked 2 of our doctors, Nahakul and Meena, to take on the final arrangements for the ...
Kamal has had his 1st dose of covid vaccine. He writes "Nepal launched its largest immunisation campaign on Wednesday with its 1st covishield vaccinations for health workers, following a gift of one million doses from India
We are so relieved that the vaccine is finally being rolled out in Nepal. Fingers crossed all our doctors, nurses, medical students, nursing and midwifery students get the vaccine as soon as possible. They are all working frontline in hospitals and health posts throughout Nepal.
Kamal has just had a short story published on Setopati's website - Nepal's most reputable digital newspaper with over 1.7 million readers. The article, which you can read below, is a work of fiction, but is based on Kamal's real feelings and true events that have happened in his life. The protagonist of the story, Harke, is an imagined character but his story represents the actual problems of poverty faced by many people from the Karnali region and other remote areas of Nepal. Kamal has dedicated his story to his mother, who is recovering from her encounter with ...
A 5-year-old boy was rushed to hospital after cutting his tongue while bathing in a stony river. The boy fell out of a tree and bit his tongue which was almost completely severed.
His father took him on the back of his motorbike, on a 7-hour journey to the nearest hospital, along treacherous mountainous roads. People in remote Nepal sometimes have to walk for up to 9 days to reach their nearest hospital, and then it’s not guaranteed that a doctor will be there to help them.
Nahakul works at Manma District Hospital in Kalikot and successfully sewed ...