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No one should suffer or die from a curable disease.

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Neglected tropical diseases

Neglected tropical diseases

occur in poor countries. Although they are easily curable, one in five of the world's population is a victim.

People with disabilities

People with disabilities

are severely disadvantaged in poor countries. Their chances of a normal life are slim.

 

 

Mothers and new born

Mothers and new born

related activities are key to achieve Universal Health Coverage.

 

  • FAIRMED's relief support to flood affected families in Sindhupalchowk

     

    With the onset of monsoon this year, Nepal witnessed heavy rainfall in most parts of the country. Continuous rain triggered flash floods and landslides everywhere, including Sindhupalchowk district in Bagmati Province. This year’s unabating rainfall led to the loss of lives and properties in a large magnitude, especially in Sindhupalchowk.

  • Ultrasound Training to Staff Nurses working in rural health facilities of Lumbini Province

    At the request of Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), Lumbini Province, FAIRMED Nepal in joint collaboration with United Mission to Nepal (UMN) funded the Health Training Centre of Lumbini Province to organize a two-day training on operating portable ultrasound machine on 13th and 14th July at Hotel The Butwal View. The event was inaugurated by Mr. Maheshwor Shrestha (Director of Province Health Training Centre) in presence of Dr. Bikash Devkota (Secretary of MoHP, Lumbini Province) as chief guest.

  • Appreciation for FAIRMED's Rural Health Improvement Project

    Rural Health Improvement Project (RHIP II) -- being implemented by FAIRMED Nepal in six municipalities/rural municipalities of Baglung district with Bhimapokhara Youth Club (BYC) as its implementing partner -- has received letters of appreciation from two local governments in the project area for providing support to tackle COVID-19.

  • Essential Health Project: COVID Support

    The second wave of COVID-19 has dealt a devastating blow to Nepal with families scrambling for hospital beds for their beloved ones and shortage of medical supplies all over the nation. In order to cope with this alarming situation and capacitate hospitals, laboratories and isolation centres for diagnosis, control and treatment of COVID-19, FAIRMED Nepal’s Essential Health Project (EHP) has provided emergency medical supplies and equipment worth NPR 2,992,322 to the provincial government, local governments, and health offices, so far. The initiative is still ongoing.

  • Promoting Care and Support in Home Isolation

    Targeting vulnerable groups staying in home isolation

What we do

Even those who are in poverty, disadvantaged or live in isolation should be allowed to be healthy. We help these people to stay healthy or to recover their health.