Mountain Heart Nepal joined the Wild Medic team for three days of medical camps in Sindhupalchowk organized with local support of the Mother and Children Arts Foundation.
These young paramedics from Wild Medic Project devote their professional life to helping people and saving lives in Australia. In their spare time, they decide to do it twice over. Sporting a large stock of medication, the team traveled to assess and treat more than 200 people in a three day span. Mountain Heart Nepal was glad to support them with people in the field, a supply of paediatric medication, tooth brushes and referrals for patients that needed further treatment in the hospital.
The Wild Medic Project is nothing short of a noble initiative and MHN is proud to have teamed up with them to make a difference. We – and the communities that they helped- are looking forward to their next visit!
Medical Camps were conducted in the following locations:
14 October- Kiul VDC 1; Tamang Dodin; Sindhupalchowk
15 October- Kiul VDC 5; Chitre; Sindhupalchowk
16 October- Kiul VDC 6; Thalo; Sindhupalchowk