Thursday, March 6, 2014

Health Camp and Oral Health Hygiene Program in Baglung District of Nepal

Health Camp and Oral Health Hygiene Program in Baglung District of Nepal

Healthy Nepal Foundation organized a free health camp in Baglung district of Nepal, it is a collaborative work of students volunteers  from Kathmandu University (Biotechnology department) and Pokhara University (Medical Microbiology department) had organized free health camp, education program and library establishment at dhamja-5, baglung district, remote area of Nepal. At least 250 people received treatment at the health camp organized at Dhamja village development committee of the district. On the occasion, personnel involved in the treatment of the local patients also distributed medicines to the needy.
A special thanks to Healthy Nepal Foundation Medical Team for organizing program. As talking about villagers, as they do came from very poor working families they suffer from a variety of preventable health issues which the family cannot afford to pay to have treated in local hospitals. Several times a year Healthy Nepal Foundation medical volunteers in Nepal visit and give health check-ups to all the school children and villagers.
According to healthy Nepal Doctor Kalpana Ghimire many females were unknown about disease and also they are hiding their disease due to different factors like social, economic. Many students gain knowledge about oral heath hygiene. Ms. Yashoda Kandel student of biotechnology told they have established “One class -One community” aim to established one library to different district of Nepal it’s a great initiative work of biotechnology students. Mr. Sunil Pandey student of medical microbiology added The World Bank’s Rural Development Family is taking a broad perspective on rural development and integrating the various facets of rural life into its policies and projects but in Nepal still it is not in process Mr. Pandey added rural areas require basic education strategies that are different from the national model, which is often based on assumptions more attuned to urban schools. Basic education is one of these facets and must be included in an integrated perspective.
Dr. Kalyan sapkota added, in order to develop persons individual health first basic health education is needed and need to improve their own quality of life, people living in rural areas need at least a basic education. Rural health development suffers when basic health education are not provided individually.

 Founder of HNF Mr. Kiran sapkota added our we will bring many program in the days to come
Thank you for all volunteers who helped to manage program.

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