7 results for group: dfn-nurse
About Current: Qualified nurse, now working in her home district, at Amppipal Hospital, Gorkha Having received support from DFN to complete her nursing course at Karnali Academy of Health Sciences, Samina has now graduated as a qualified nurse and is our sixth 'Nurse for Nepal'. Without our support, Samina would have been unable to complete her studies. Samina says (June 2022): "I'm so thankful to DFN for the support you gave me. At that time I was so nervous and helpless because I couldn't even pay my admission fee. At that time I always feared that I would have to quit my study due to my financial condition, but with the support of DFN I am ...
About Age: 20 Home: Attariya, Kailali Background: Father is ill and unable to work, mother is a house maid. Second of 3 siblings - 1 older brother and 2 younger brothers Previous employment: Nursing internship with Phase, until March 2023 Current: Working as a nurse at Oda Foundation, Kalikot Satya was already studying at KAHS when her father became very ill and she was unable to continue her studies without extra financial support. DFN has funded her outstanding board and lodging and “additional” fees from 1st and 2nd year, plus the remaining board and lodging and “additional” fees for her 3rd and final year. She finished ...
About Age: 20 Home: Terai Region, Southern Nepal Background: Father and Mother farmers. Previous employment: Current: Working at Patan Hospital Neelam comes from the lowland region of Terai in southern Nepal, where her parents are farmers. She is the youngest of 6 siblings. As of July 2022 Neelam is a qualified nurse, having completed her studies at Patan Academy of Health Sciences Nursing College in Kathmandu. She is currently working at Patan Hospital, before embarking on her bonded period in a rural area.
"I express my commitment to my studies and to the healthcare field. I will not let DFN down."
"I am overjoyed to be the recipient of a Doctors for Nepal nursing scholarship to fulfil my dream of becoming a nurse in the remotest parts of Nepal"