Real Medicine Foundation is planning and implementing long-term programs following the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck central Nepal between Kathmandu and the city of Pokhara early on Saturday morning, April 25, 2015. Our work spans all sectors of recovery now that the immediate relief phase has ended. Working within hospitals, orphanages, schools, and villages to help with the long-term recovery and development of Nepal through construction, curriculum design, workforce strengthening, and poverty reduction, RMF has forged strong local partnerships with communities and Nepali organizations in order to co-create sustainable programs.
RMF is implementing long-term programs following the Nepal earthquake.
Please find more recent RMF earthquake relief updates under the specific programs on this page.
RMF is supporting Nepal Children’s Organization (NCO) in improving orphanage-based children’s health by providing better quality primary health care, including nutrition, sanitation, and hygiene.
RMF is supplying high-quality primary health care to residents of Arupokhari and the surrounding villages, as well as supporting the town’s reconstruction efforts, especially in regards to health and education.
Real Medicine Foundation, in partnership with Seven Summits Women and White Girl in Nepal, is working to rebuild, equip, and staff several schools in Bhotenamlang.
RMF is currently supporting Kanti Children’s Hospital through donation of essential medical equipment, medicines and supplies, as well as managing several of the hospital’s free programs.
RMF Nepal is in the process of establishing a Community Outreach Program in Kavrepalanchowk (Kavre), Central Region that will promote public health.
Based on RMF South Sudan’s highly successful Juba College of Nursing and Midwifery, RMF Nepal was invited by UNFPA to enter into a partnership to support professional Midwifery education in Nepal.
RMF provides support and capacity building to the Karuna Girls’ School, and is planning to create a nursing and midwifery program in partnership with the school.
RMF will be improving overall health in Nepal’s Palpa district by supporting 3 of the United Mission Hospital’s Community Health Department (CDH) programs.
RMF is providing essential supplies and relief items to victims of the 2017 floods.
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