Recent Reports

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Nepal

Uplifting the Community Through Education and Infrastructure Support: December 2016

January 22, 2017 - 

Soon after the earthquake, Real Medicine Foundation partnered with Seven Summits Women to rebuild schools, health posts, and other damaged public structures in the village of Bhotenamlang, Sindhupalchok, and to provide immediate relief and long-term support to the people of Sindhupalchok district. Currently, RMF, through Seven Summits Women:

  • Improves WASH conditions in Bhotenamlang VDC
  • Supports a tailoring vocational training program for women
  • Provides English classes for a local mothers’ group, supports teachers
  • Provides afternoon meals to more than 2,000 schoolchildren at 8 schools
  • Is working to build Bhotenamlang Community Center
  • Is working to rebuild Balsudhar Primary School
  • Pursues new...
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Assessing Needs to Develop University Programs: July - December 2016

January 21, 2017 - 

The program to foster midwifery education in Nepal directly correlates to the Nepal government’s initiative to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity by placing professional midwives in birthing centers throughout the country to ensure availability, access to, and utilization of skilled care at every birth.

The program entails assisting the selected universities to pioneer midwifery education in Nepal by meeting the international curriculum standards of the World Health Organization (WHO and International Confederation of Midwives (ICM under the supervision and mentorship of foreign, professional midwives. The curriculum will be assessed by the Nepal Nursing...

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Nepal

Starting Bachelor in Midwifery Program in Nepal is a Milestone: UNFPA

January 12, 2017 - 
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Nepal

Dididai and RMF Join Hands: August 1-December 31, 2016

December 31, 2016 - 

Nepal Children’s Organization (NCO) is a nonprofit which was established to benefit children all over Nepal by promoting and protecting their rights as well as providing residential care to orphans and at-risk children. The organization has a nationwide presence and is providing shelter to about 500 children in its ten children’s homes. Bal Mandir (NCO’s building located in Naxal, Kathmandu) is the organization’s largest children’s home; before the 2015 earthquake, it housed up to 400 children at one time. Another of NCO’s children’s homes is located in Sifal, Kathmandu, about 2 km from Naxal. The Sifal NCO...

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RMF in Nepali News: Kavre District and Arupokhari Aid Praised by Locals

December 31, 2016 - 
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Nepal

Follow-Up and Distribution of Supplies: January 1 - December 20, 2016

December 20, 2016 - 

A preliminary assessment of Kavre district and its need for health services was performed by RMF’s Nepal team immediately after the April 25, 2015 mega earthquake. We found that the health centers were in immediate need of health equipment and supplies, which would enable them to provide quality health services to area residents. RMF’s headquarters in the USA immediately responded to these needs by dispatching a 40-foot container filled with necessary health equipment and supplies.

However, the container could not reach Nepal at that time due to an unofficial economic blockade created by the Indian government. Nepal is a...

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Nepal

Establishing Support for Three Programs: August 2016

November 30, 2016 - 

The Community Health Department (CHD) is a separate department of the United Mission Hospital, which is working towards building community awareness and empowerment, strengthening local health facilities and facilitators in the community, and strengthening those involved in the provision of health services. The CHD was created, because in addition to providing health services to the local people of Tansen, the United Mission Hospital’s executive committee felt that it was essential to provide health services to an even larger population, as well as support government health posts operating in the district of Palpa.

Currently, the CHD is running...

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Nepal

Tailoring Program Improvements: February 1 - August 31, 2016

October 02, 2016 - 

Soon after the earthquake, Real Medicine Foundation partnered with Seven Summits Women to rebuild schools, health posts, and other damaged public structures in the village of Bhotenamlang, Sindhupalchok, and to provide immediate relief and long-term support to the people of Sindhupalchok district. Currently, RMF, through Seven Summits Women, supports a tailoring vocational training program for women, provides afternoon meals to more than 2,000 schoolchildren at 8 schools, is planning to build Bhotenamlang Community Center, and is in talks to start new programs with additional partners.

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Supporting Care for Orphans and those with Special Needs: February 1 - July 31, 2016

September 30, 2016 - 

RMF continues to provide Nepal Children’s Organization (NCO) with 2 resident nurses, who stay at NCO’s 4 Kathmandu-area children’s homes. RMF’s 2 nurses work to improve the overall health and wellbeing of the 172 children living in these homes.

  1. Assessing and recording children’s health conditions;
  2. Caring for sick children, who most often must be treated for:
  3. Diarrhea,
  4. Common cold viruses, and
  5. Skin infections;
  6. Teaching sanitation, proper use of bathroom facilities, waste management, and menstrual health;
  7. Providing fulltime care to special-needs children;
  8. Referring any complex children’s health cases to RMF for funding when NCO cannot afford treatment;
  9. Training house...
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Continued Support to Needy Patients: February 1 - August 31, 2016

September 28, 2016 - 
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