Kathmandu, May 27, 2016: A medical camp was organized recently in a rural village in Dhading district to provide health facilities to many people who couldnâ€™t afford medical check-ups and were out of access to any such health facilities.
Volunteer for Life Foundation, a not-for-profit organization from Romania along with Cold Feet Foundation and Manmohan Memorial Hospital had jointly organized the camp in the Khalte VDC-04 in Dhading district.
A team of volunteers with doctors, nurses and other health personnel from Manmohan Memorial Hospital were deployed to make the camp a huge success.
Actively involved in the programme was Lonut from Romania (Volunteer for life) who made a great effort to help conduct the camp well.
As part of the programme, the team also went to the people’s homes isolated by health problems that do not allow movement, helping them and giving to them free medicines purchased by Coldfeet and Volunteer for Life Foundation.
It was a part of medical and service tourism initiated recently in Nepal as part of which volunteer organizations from abroad come to visit Nepali villages at the same time benefiting the village with some essential services in the area.