Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal Government Reg. No.: 334/063/064
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Junbesi Health Camp

An Australian medical team, comprising a general practitioner, geriatrician, radiologist, orthopedic surgeon, dentist, physiotherapist, two pharmacists, two nurses and a handful of non-medically trained but nonetheless, very helpful assistants, participated in the 2014 Junbesi Health Camp.

Junbesi Health Camp

The team was complemented by a Nepalese contingent of doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians and interpreters, including Ang Sherpa, the founding father of the Kushudebu Public Health Mission.

Over the course of 3 days, this team saw 350 patients of all ages, supplied 1000 courses of medication and were able to run simple blood tests, utilize the basic X-ray and ultrasound scanning equipment and perform basic dental procedures.

As always, the patients and local Junbesi community are exceptionally grateful for the ongoing financial and practical support provided by the girls at Wilderness School and the wider Wilderness community.


Incinerator for Thuptenghholing Monastery

Incinerator for Thuptenghholing MonasteryFollowing the health camp, a visit was paid to Thuptenghholing Monastery, where an incinerator was donated in memory of Dr. Henry and Mrs. Nan Rischbieth, long term supporters of Wilderness School and member of the Panneshaw community, KI. The gift was made possible by their loving children and grandchildren in an effort to reduce rubbish in the community and, as a result, prevent disease.

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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....