Saturday 18 November, 2017         

Three Health Facilities Handed Over to Ministry of Health (MoH)

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake on April 25, 2015 and more than 800 aftershocks over the year were a catastrophe for Nepal wounding almost half of the country and severely affecting 14 districts. Approximately 9,000 people lost their lives and more than 22,000 people got injured in total. The earthquake also adversely affected Nepal’s health system and infrastructure. According to Ministry of Health (MoH), a total of 767 health facilities were destroyed in the earthquake in which 342 facilities were completely destroyed and 281 were partially damaged (MoH, 2015).
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A report on National Tuberculosis Programme Orientation for BNMT Nepal Staffs

The World Health Organization (WHO) accorded TB to remain a serious public health problem across South-East Asian Region including Nepalrequiring the fullest attention and strongest commitment of governments, donors and civil society leaders to address it effectively. The health sector review of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) relating to TB showed to made significant progress in the South-East Asian region.
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A report on Health Post Inauguration and Handover Programme Tistung , Makwanpurgadhi and Nibuwatar, Makwanpur  District

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake on April 25, 2015 and more than 800 aftershocks over the year were a catastrophe for Nepal wounding almost half of the country and severely affecting 14 districts. Approximately 9,000 people lost their lives and more than 22,000 people got injured in total. The earthquake also adversely affected Nepal’s health system and infrastructure. According to Ministry of Health (MoH), a total of 767 health facilities were destroyed in the earthquake in which 342 facilities were completely destroyed and 281 were partially damaged (MoH, 2015).
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Health Post Inauguration and Handover Programme Phakhel Health Post, Makwanpur District

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake on April 25, 2015 and more than 800 aftershocks over the year were a catastrophe for Nepal wounding almost half of the country and severely affecting 14 districts. Approximately 9,000 people lost their lives and more than 22,00 0 people got injured in total. The earthquake also adversely affected Nepal’s health system and infrastructure. According to Ministry of Health (MoH), a total of 767 health facilities were destroyed in the earthquake in which 342 facilities were completely destroyed and 281 were partially damaged (MoH, 2015).
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