Fund raising Event for Nepal Earthquake Victims
We, as local members of Health Exchange Nepal (HExN) UK, would like to invite you all for the fund raising Charity Lunch event to support "Nepal...
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Donations accepted until 25-12-2016
We, as local members of Health Exchange Nepal (HExN) UK, would like to invite you all for the fund raising Charity Lunch event to support "Nepal Earthquake victims relief, rehabilitation and training" in Khushi Restaurant, Middlesbrough on 25th September 2016.
HExN(UK) have been instrumental in providing immediate relief, providing shelters, rebuilding schools, restoring water supply to the areas affected by the 2015 Nepal earthquake. We are slowly moving towards rehabilitation by training the health professionals. We also have been regularly running Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons endorsed courses and workshops to train local health professionals.
Please make this a grand event by supporting us for this just cause.
Our Earthquake Relief and Training Activities so far...
Health Camp: supported UK based junior doctors and surgeons to provide urgent care within 2 weeks of the earthquake; supported local Children Hospital to run health camps in inaccessible areas.
Shelters: funded 300 temporary shelters in affected villages with other partners.
Health Posts: reconstructed number of temporary health posts to provide basic services with Health Development Society.
School: help rebuild a school in the worst affected area in Dabung village, Gorkha.
Water Supply Restoration: sponsored local villagers' initiative to build and restore earthquake destroyed water supply in Belkot Village, Nuwakot.
Rehabilitation: helping Dhulikhel Hospital to develop Specialist Rehabilitation Centre for affected physically disabled people.
Training: have been training health care professionals by conducting courses, symposia and life support courses, some of which are approved by Royal Colleges.
Event is completed
LocationKhushi Indian Buffet 11Cumberland Road,
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