Mountain Heart Nepal

Outreach Clinics

Medical and youth friendly camp at Okharpauwa VDC 1 Nuwakot

Mountain Heart Nepal in collaboration with Quake Volunteers, Dhrupad Caravan and Help Nepal Network successfully organized Medical and Youth Friendly Camp at Nuwakot, Okharpauwa VDC 1 on July 26, 2015. Total people Examined and Treated: 700+; Acupuncture therapy provided to 100+; Youth Friendly Camp for 700+ Children; Mosquito Nets Provided to 100 Houses; Clothes Distribution1


Medical Camp with Bring thought to Action

On July 11 Mountain Heart Nepal supported Bring thoughts to Action Medical Camp in Thali were there are about 100 family earthquake survivors taking temporary shelters from Sindhupalchowk and Tatopani. Many thanks to Dr Sudhanshu Jha an orthopedic surgeon for volunteering with MHN.


Integrated Medical camp in Belkot 9, Nuwakot

On December 12, 2015 Mountain Heart Nepal successfully conducted integrated medical camp and provided free medical aid to individual families affected by earthquake in Belkot 9, Nuwakot. 323 people were examined and treated with the help from 4 doctors and 7 nurses. 67 people received acupuncture treatment. We also provided child friendly space through Quake1


Medical Camp in Tistung VDC 3, Metrang; Makwanpur

Free Integrated Medical Camp was organized by Mountain Heart Nepal on 30th January 2015 in Tistung VDC 3, Metrang; Makwanpur. The objective of the camp was to provide free medical facility, i.e., consultation, treatment, medicine, and referral to the people in the community. About 490 people including men, women and children were provided health facility1


Medical camp at Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur following the earthquake in 2015

Kathmandu Mountain Heart Nepal (MHN) supported disabled welfare society of Nepal for conducting seven day long medical camp which treated over 1800 familes (7144 people) living in temporary camps in Chuchepati, kathmandu. The clinic was jointly supported by various organizations working in earthquake relief operations. Bhaktapur MHN medical volunteers provided free medical treatment and advice1