Today if you looked around the countryside in Nepal’s mountain villages, whenever people get sick, for an emergency, a sick individual has to be carried down to the closest city walking hours and if not days. And many of these villagers can not afford to pay the hospital bills. This is due to the Nepal government ignoring these indigenous villagers who live in remote areas. These are beautiful and kind people like you and me who need help. Therefore as a foundation, our goal is to help these needy villagers in remote part of Nepal to give them hope for their futures.
Our first project goal is to build a clinic in Swata, a small village located at 6,200 feet elevation with a population of 400 people. This village is located in one of the Annapurna sanctuary range areas in the Myagdi District. By establishing a clinic at this particular location, a total of 875 people from four other neighboring hillside villages; Kindu 150, Jharbang 100, Dhashkay Khoray 150, and Sovitta 75, will also have the access to the clinic. Below is a picture of Swata village.
We need to raise a total of $20,000 to complete this project. The land to build a health clinic in Swata village has already been provided by the village community. The budget will include labor costs and year around medicine supplies, including one year salary for the qualified nurse. In order to accomplish our dream, I will personally be contributing 50% of all my books and film sales. To find more information about our non-profit organization, please
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