Mountain Heart Nepal

Emergency Response

Medical Camp at various places of Sindhupalchowk and Dolakha District

Mountain Heart Nepal in collaboration with Help Nepal Network successfully organized outreached medical camp for four consecutive days, offering comprehensive health services – curative, preventive, promotive and referral and reached over 1000 patients in the following places of Dolakha and Sindhupalchowk. 13 January- Thulopakhar VDC 1; Thutemane; Sindhupalchowk 14 January-Jethal VDC 9; Nigale; Sindhupalchowk 151


Medical Camp in Laharepauwa VDC 3; Banuwachap; Rasuwa

Mountain Heart Nepal organized a free medical camp for health checkups for 1 day on Saturday 24 January 2016 and served more than 250 earthquake affected villagers of Laharepauwa VDC 3; Banuwachap; Rasuwa. The purpose of organizing the camp was to address the winter illness issues among these individuals. We also educated people on prevention1


MHN conducted child friendly camp for children with HIV

In medicine, doctors are trained to identify the problem, find its root cause and come up with an innovative solution. For that reason, during our outreach we realized that there was not only the need of treatment of acute and chronic conditions of people living in the temporary camps after the earthquake, but also psycococial1


Medical Support to Tewa

On July 14, 2015 Mountain Heart Nepal supported Tewa (non-profit organization founded in 1996) by providing free general health check up to 25 trainees who came to Kathmandu to receive free leadership and psycoshocial training for five days. All of the trainees were carefully chosen from the highly affected earthquake districts who upon completion of1


MHN conducted Child friendly camp for children with special needs

Our child friendly camp for the kids with special needs has taken place successfully on June 30. By gearing up with “Education for Life” and “Into the world” and some of our nearest and dearest friends we volunteered for about 50 kids in a Niraml Vikash Vidhyalaya School located in Kathmandu. We tried our level1


MHN conducted health Camp at Dolakha in collaboration with Humans of Our World

Just days after the occurrence of first massive earthquake that teared Nepal into pieces, another Major earthquake occurred in Nepal on 12th of May with a magnitude of 7.3 rector scale. And, as if Dolakha already had less problems nature again played a very unfair game, the epicenter of the second quake being Dolakha. Dolakha1