Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal Government Reg. No.: 334/063/064
A Story of Mrs. Da Doma and her child Norway Junbesi Group visited Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal Report on Dental Camp held at KPHMN Health Centre, 19th October – 3 November 2017 A Report on free Health Camp Dental Camp organized with the support from Sushma Koirala Memorial Hospital A story by Furba sherpa Friends of Junbeshi, News letter January 2017 Report on Dental Camp held at Kushudebu Public Health Mission, Junbesi, Solukumbu 10th Annual General Meeting of Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal was completed successfully Global health awareness Western Sydney Programme Rebuild Program at Junbeshi Galvanized sheet distribution program for instant rehabilitation to the victims of earthquake 2015 Kushudebu staff field visit report after the Earthquake Ang field visit report (Phungmoche School) Field visit report on earthquake disaster in Kusudebu Visit of “Friends of Junubesi” to KPHMN on April 2011 Wildreness Nepal book order Form : Download World Expeditions Community Project 2010 Wilderness in NEPAL - Book Order Form Australia visit of Mr. Ang Tshering Sherpa, President of KPHMN
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KPHMN appointed the new general medicine person and management person for continuous service of medical facilities at medical center


A committee of nine local people has been formed to manage daily work of health post.



Inauguration of Newly Constructed Staff Quarter


KPHMN had organized Health Education Program and Primary Health care Training for local people as well as Health personal.


Three Incinerators are built to reduce environmental pollution.


Two rooms for Maternity Service has been built as well as tiling work of other rooms have been completed.


New toilet facility for the female students has been constructed at “Junbesi High School”.


To decrease Child Birth rate and Maternity rate special Vaccination Program has been organized as well as other Health Camps have been organized where 132 patients of different diseases got treatment.


Continuing the Scholarship program for three talented and economically backward Students in different subjects including Lab Technology, Staff Nurse and Radiologist for three years.



New Services is being facilitated in Emergency Services at the Health Post.


On the basis of the yearly record, this year Health Post has provided service for 1827 Patients including 845 male and 975 female patients.


Annual Progress Report 2010/11 in Nepali


Kushudebu News & Updates
Dental Camp held at Kushudebu Public Health Mission

Dr John Niven and Dr Trang Truong together with Australian and Nepalese assistants held a successful dental camp....