No one should suffer or die from a curable disease.
Go with us to the ends of the earth to honour this pledge.
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
are severely disadvantaged in poor countries. Their chances of a normal life are slim.
Mothers and new born
related activities are key to achieve Universal Health Coverage.
Disability Mapping Data Handover
FAIRMED Foundation Nepal handed over the disability data to Disability Upliftment Society (DUS), a wing of National Federation of Disabled Nepal (NFDN) in presence of chief guest Sr. Vice President of NFDN Mr. Devi Pokharel on September 13, 2018. FAIRMED in coordination with NFDN conducted a disability mapping survey in six municipalities and four rural municipalities of Kapilvastu district to address the provision mentioned in Disability Act 2017, Section-six that every municipality should create data base record of people with disabilities living in municipality. If the name is not listed in data, then government will not abide to provide government provisions/facilities to the people with disabilities. The objective of the survey was to identify the number, types, causes and socio economic status of people with disabilities in the district. From the survey, 5093 number of people with disabilities were identified. Among them, 50.36% are with physical disabilities, 8.4% with mental disabilities and 13.52 % with multiple disabilities.
Treatment of neonates with health complexities possible in Kapilvastu now
Treatment of newborns with serious health complications was not possible in Kapilvastu. Parents used to take neonates suffering from such ailments elsewhere for treatment where, they had to bear the burden of increased medical expenses and other difficulties.
Enlightened and Benefitted through Mother’s Group
Deprived of any kind of awareness about health care during pregnancy, personal hygiene & sanitation, or nutrition, Urmila Pariyar was about to give birth to her first baby
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.