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Health Partnership Nepal

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Health Partnership Nepal - help the rural communities in Nepal with unmet health needs. Even more so now because of the recent devastating earthquake.
The current drive, called "Project HPN Recovery", is to help those worst affected by the recent earthquake in Nepal. We aim to help rebuild medical facilities in these rural areas with the funds we raise.

Health Partnership Nepal (HPN) is a partnership between St George's, University of London, and Nepal Medical College & Teaching Hospital, established in 2007. It is a charity registered in the UK and aims:
  • To relieve sickness and the preserve health among people residing permanently or temporarily in rural Nepal
  • To advance health education of the general public in rural Nepal
  • To advance the education and training of Nepalese students and healthcare professionals participating with HPN

  • Every year since 2009, doctors, nurses and students from SGUL travel to rural Nepal to run medical and surgical outreach clinics with operating theatres in partnership with doctors and students from NMCTH.

    Charity No: 1134185

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