Binaytara Foundation

Mission Statement: The Binaytara Foundation seeks to improve healthcare in resource poor communities and improve cancer care worldwide by collaborating with national and international organizations to: 1.) develop healthcare manpower in underserved areas 2.) improve access to cancer care by establishing direct care facilities and services 3.) promote the practice of evidence based medicine by providing research grants to young physicians and healthcare providers in training 4.) improve knowledge and competence of healthcare professionals by offering them continuing educational materials though live and virtual meetings, webinars, and other educational forums. Our Values: As individuals w...
Hospice Care for the Terminally Ill
 
This project will provide home hospice care to 10 terminally ill patients in Nepal every month. Currently, terminally ill patients in Nepal do not have an option to have hospice care at their homes. Only a couple of hospice care organizations in Nepal currently offer in-patient hospice care. A large majority of terminally ill patients do not receive any kind of end of life care. With this project, we will be able to provide peace, comfort, and dignity to the terminally ill patients. project reportread updates from the field
Treat blood cancer of thousands of people in Nepal
 
Bone marrow transplant is an effective treatment for many patients with lymphomas, leukemias, and multiple myelomas. Unfortunately, there is no Stem cell transplant center in Nepal, a country with a population of 30 million. This project will help train the healthcare professionals (Physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals) to establish a bone marrow transplant center at the Civil Service Hospital, Nepal. project reportread updates from the field
Prevent Cervical Cancer in Nepal
 
Binaytara Foundation has partnered with the Cancer Care Nepal to develop a screening program for low and middle income women between the ages of 30-60 who live in the rural and suburban areas of Kathmandu and Lalitpur Districts, Nepal. The Cervical cancer screening program will be conducted over a six month period and the participants will be followed up for medical care based on their screening results. project reportread updates from the field
Earthquake Relief for Nepal
 
On April 25, 2015, a 7.8 Magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, killing over 8000 people, injuring twice as many, and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless. Two weeks later on May 12, 2015, another deadly 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal that took lives of over one hundred people, and left already damaged natural and man-made infrastructures crumbling. This project helped provide food, shelter, and medical care to the earthquake survivors, and will help build 800 temporary homes. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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