A cancer disease diagnosis in Nepal is really no different than anywhere else; but the ability control cancer differs in Nepal due to less developed and accessible health care services. Two Worlds Cancer Collaboration is building capacity for palliative, end-of-life and curative interventions. We collaborate with health professionals to support patients dying of cancer by sharing knowledge through teaching, advocacy for pain management, hospice care and care at home in rural villages.
The health and social circumstances of most Nepalis in the 21st Century resembles that of Western Europe and North America 70 years ago. Nepalis should not have to wait that long to have the health care we have in high-resource countries. We need to "speed -up" the attainment of 21st century health in Nepal.
Two Worlds Cancer Collaboration and our donors play a key role in building capacity for better health, cancer control and palliative care with our local partners in Nepal, through collaboration, trust, shared experience and the "know how". Nepal health professionals want, and aspire, to better care - you can help attain better palliative care through transferring knowledge and building capacity to achieve today's health expectations now.
With your support, Two Worlds Cancer Collaboration will bring Nepal's capability to provide palliative /end of life care into the 21st century. Reaching the dispersed, rural population, requires the establishment of palliative care expertise in the rural communities. Your donation will help Nepalis build palliative care capacity thru collaboration and partnership whereby knowledge, expertise and "know how" are transferred to Nepal in a way that develops their local, sustainable capacity.