Subash Siwakoti, trustee of the Nestling Trust, www.nestlingtrust.co.uk, visited the Marbu Clinic Health Initiative in the mountainous region of Dolakha, mid eastern Nepal. The Nestling Trust has been supporting this initiative which provides healthcare and health education to an area which otherwise would have no medical care at all. Now six months after the opening of the clinic much vital work has already been achieved with 2073 people attending.
Mebu is a remote village in the Dolakha region of Nepal - it has no healthcare. Since February talks have been underway with the Nestling Trust and the District Health Officer, to support a health project to be piloted here - the villagers wait and wonder if it really can be true!
Flying high! Following meetings with the District Health Officer, Dolakha, NGO's SITARA and Hurounda, the Community Development Officer and Nestling Trust directors Subash, Bijen and Susan the pilot healthcare initiative for the remote village of Mebu has been agreed.
Special thanks to Subash Siwakoti director of the Nestling Trust who identified the village, has liaised with the government health office and other bodies. as well as organising our visit here. It has been such a worthwhile trip.
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