DCWC Nepal - Development of Children and Women Center

DCWC NEPAL is a non-governmental, non-political, non-religious and non-profit making organization registered under the charity act of the government of Nepal in the year 2000. Their mission is to bring education and healthcare to the rural poor of Nepal who have no access to government services available to the urban population.
Lifesaving healthcare for remote farming villages
 
In the remote village of Rajabas, a young Nepali doctor, assisted by a staff of six and foreign volunteer medical personnel, is providing critical health care to appr. 100 patients/week. They are part of the new DCWC Community Hospital that has been bringing comprehensive healthcare services to this previously underserved region of 120,000 poor and marginalized subsistence farmers since 2010. Your support is needed to strengthen and continue our crucial work for these villagers of rural Nepal. project reportread updates from the field
Shelter and water for earthquake victims in Nepal
 
This project will build up to 500 temporary homes and rehabilitate broken water supply infrastructure in the earthquake ravaged Kavre/Sindhupalchok area of Nepal. 500 families who lost their homes, their grain stores and their belongings to a devastating earthquake in May of 2015, will have shelter and clean water again. Protected from the winter cold these families will then be able to focus on rebuilding the livelyhoods they lost. project reportread updates from the field
Solar power for Rajbash Hospital
 
The Rajbash hospital serves a community of subsistence farming families in rural Nepal. The supply of constant and reliable electric power is vital to the functioning of our medical facility. It is hampered by intermittent and limited electric supply and severe disruptions of infrastructure particularly during the monsoons (landslides, fallen trees,etc). A solar installation will make us independent of a weak infrastructure and ensure that patients can receive urgent services at all times. project reportread updates from the field
Earthquake relief for remote villages of Nepal
 
The staff of the DCWC were the first on the ground in our remote district to distribute tents, blankets, food and medicine to villagers traumatized by the 7.8M earthquake and its aftershocks. While tending to the many victims, our small Rajbash hospital also became the command center from which our staff and many volunteers hiked into other isolated villages to assess extent of devastation, and needs of survivors. We are serving a population of 125000 in three remote districts, and we need help. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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