Award Ceremony at Kathmandu on 5th August 2009
James Cook University had awarded scholarship to the seven social workers from Nepal in the Award Ceremony held on 5th August 2009. The function was participated by their honorable guests, Ambassador of Australia Ms. Susan Grace, Manager of International Relation of James Cook University Mr. Ron Nankervis as well as President and Chief Executive of Justin Sharp and his wife.
Honorable Ambassador of Australia Ms. Susan Grace speaking at the award ceremony
The function was inaugurated by the president of Justin Sharp where honorable Ambassador of Australia also had shared his few words and congratulated all the scholarship holders. The Ambassador also had expressed her willingness to meet Ms Ang Tshring Sherpa after his visit to Australia.
The function was successfully held in presence of Nepali Media with a small tea party at the end.
Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal would like to thank the Organizing committee for providing scholarship program, and look forward for continuous help and support from James Cook University.
Group picture at award ceremony - Honorable Ambassador of Australia Ms. Susan Grace, Justin sharp President and Chief Executive Office, Manager of International Relations of James Cook University Mr. Ron Nankervis and Seven Award winner Nepali Social workers
Ang and his brother Ang Ngima with Honorable Ambassador of Australia Ms. Susan Grace at the award ceremony
Ang and his brother Ang Ngima with Justin Sharp President and Chief Executive Officer of James Cook University at the function
Ang with Justin Sharp President and Chief Executive Officer of James cook university and his wife at the award function
Ang with Justin Sharp President and Chief Executive Officer of James cook university at the award function
Mr. Ang Tshering Sherpa was invited in different function organized by Wilderness School in Adelaide, Australia. The students of the school had preformed different play and items in the function. In the function, as the introduction of KPHMN and Nepal to the students, a documentary on Kushudebu Public Health Mission Napal and the country Nepal was presented by Mr. Ang Tshring Sherpa. And during the program, Wilderness school also made announcement of continuing their help and support especially in the field of development of health sector of Nepal.
We would like to honor heartily thank to Wilderness school for all the help and support, on the behalf of all the villager of Solukhumbu as well as people of Nepal.
Kushudebu public health mission Nepal had organized plantation program with the help of the students of Junbesi School on august 2009 in the surrounding areas of the health post. About 80 students and teachers as well as the staffs of health post had participated in the programme by planting 6 different species of plants.
The programme was aimed to generate awareness of the fresh green environment among the students as well as to improve the surrounding environment of the health post making it more fresh and healthy.
Kushudebu public health mission Nepal heartily appreciate all the participants including students, teachers and staffs of the health post for their contribution and participation.
ON a mild morning in the small village of Junbesi, Dr Ros Vaughan is squinting at an X-ray.
Positioned on a light box hooked up to a power outlet on a veranda, sheâ€™s examining the insides of a Tibetan nunâ€™s ankle. Although the woman has limped for more than an hour along a dusty track to reach the clinic, Dr Vaughan is sending her back with no more than paracetamol to ease her pain, which has been plaguing her for a couple of months. . .
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According to the advertisement published for the post of Doctor at the Junebesi Health Center in different National Dailies, Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal (KPHMN) had received 12 applications. Among these applicants, KPHMN has selected Dr. Ashwani Kumar Sinha as the new doctor for the medical center and appointed him in the contract of one year starting from 4th of august 2009.
Please click here to download the application and bio-data of newly appointed doctor.
The Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal heartily (KPHMN) likes to thank James Cook University, Brisbane, Australia and Ron Nanlervis Regional Director, International for providing the Scholarship of one week visit to Australia to the President Mr Ang Tshering Sherpa.
KPHMN hopes that the visit will be helpful in developing good relationship with James Cook University as well as believes in getting full support and guidance with valuable suggestion for the medical center situated at remote village areas of Nepal continuously in future.
Hopping for the success of the visit of the President Mr Ang Tshering Sherpa , KPHMN once again would like to humbly thank James Cook University, Brisbane, Australia and Ron Nanlervis Regional Director, International.
Please click here to download the mails with further details of the program in Australia
Please click here to view the Invitation form Australia
The medical centre is going to be connected with phone line from the end of this July. This will enable the staff of medical centre to consult with the District hospital in Phaplu as well as the medical specialists in Kathmandu . It will also be helpful to check updates of the medical centre what the centre is doing as well as to order the necessary drugs and equipment for the medical center.
The phone number of KPHMN is 0097719751001327
KPHMN would like to thank the two travellers (met Mr. Ang Tshering during a trip) who share the cost of phone line connection. It was their effort that makes possible The KPHMN to connect the phone line. Perhaps others traveller may think about working together to help the centre. All help is appreciated.
First of all we would like to thank for the travel doctor for their great contributions towards to the local health community.
Kushudebu Public Health Mission, Nepal, (KPHMN) has recently upgraded the medical center by installing a water tank, leveling the side of new house, paving in front of the OPD and dressing room, paving new tiles on the OPD and dressing floor, installing windows on the new buildings, re-sheeting Roof and painting the new windows. Most of the materials were brought from Kathmandu to Jiri and then carried by porters of 4 days walk.
This work was successfully done by people who came to Nepal through World Expeditions Community Project. Travelers came from Australia, Canada.
With the inspiration of all the hard work, suggestion and contributions received from these travelers, KPHMN has been encouraged to continue working on this community project in the remote area of Nepal.
All of the local people of Solukhumbu Beni VDC, the management committee and staff at KPHMN would like to thank them once again for their great contributions. We really appreciate their efforts and kindness and do hope to get benefit from their support in the future. Their work has made many improvements to the centre.
Complete roofing work with new windows and painting work
The facilities of the KPHM clinic has been improved through donations from travel doctor and flight centre, voluntary work of the World Expeditions Community Project members in the year 2008\2009 & the voluntary work of the local Management Committee.
A huge amount of building work has been done such as new roof, tiling, painting, stone pavement in front of the OPD and dressing room, install new water tank for staff quarters, and ground levelling.
The new staff quarters when completed will not only provide much more suitable housing for the clinic staff who now living in the clinic building but also help to free up much needed room in the clinic building for more consulting space. It is planned to have overnight facilities for patients who must travel up to 3 days to reach the clinic.
Flooring with ceramic tiles in clinic
World Expeditions Australia ( www.worldexpeditions.com.au) has organized two groups to visit and work at the Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal Medical Centre in March and April 2009. The local committee, and the people from surrounding area are very pleased that World Expeditions has taken such a big step in helping the local community project.
We would like to thank all of our donors who have helped to make big changes and improvements to the Medical Centre. We hope you will be able to continue to support us in the future.
We look forward to meeting and working with our World Expeditions Community Project visitors in april 2009.