Thank you for all your support for project Training and Supplies for Health Workers in Nepal. This is our final report for this project. With the support of donors like you, we have been able to accomplish:
We have been able to fund this project ahead of schedule due in part to Charlie Wittmack is an attorney, husband and father from Des Moines, Iowa who founded The World Tri to pursue his dreams of adventure. He trained 15 years before jumping into the frigid waters of England’s Thames River and beginning his 10,000 mile journey across Europe and Asia. He capped off the adventure by summiting Mt. Everest and dedicating his efforts to the children of Nepal.
Only 5,393 people have ever climbed Everest, but every year in Nepal, 37,000 newborns and children die of largely preventable causes. To help slash these numbers, Charlie teamed up with Save the Children to raise money for lifesaving programs.
The good news is, Nepal has already passed the halfway mark in the race to end child deaths. Deploying community health workers has been key to dramatic reductions in child mortality, but many rural and isolated communities have yet to benefit.
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