Medical projects reach rural communities in Nepal

Posted by Rachel Brittain on Tue, 10 Oct 2017 | 0 comments | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

CMSI’s Global Partners in Nepal have recently completed extensive medical projects in remote areas of Nepal to support communities affected by the recent flooding.

HDCS runs the Chaurjadari Hosptial Rukum (CHR) and it is located in the Mid Western Region of Nepal. It is one of the least developed parts of Nepal and has been badly affected by natural disasters. Many people living there lack clean drinking water and electricity.

CHR organised three free medical camps which focused on health education, medical care and showing God’s love. Over 650 people were seen during the medical camps and it is hoped that the information received by them will prevent cases of water borne diseases and health awareness will be significantly improved in those communities

SDSS organised four free medical camps for people affected by floods in the Terai (Plains area) of Nepal. Many people received urgent medical care and the SDSS team were supported by local churches and hospitals.

Our partners ask us to keep praying for those communities which have been affected by the recent flooding.

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