We need YOUR help to support Namtar and Bharta!
Project Binda is a fundraising project that aims to assist Binda Titung, a Nepali nurse and long-time MO partner, as well as the Nepalese living in the Namtar and Bharta regions under the epidemic
ALL the money collected would be used to purchase essential medical equipment and hygiene supplies, as well as construct proper toilets for the locals.
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Cheque / Direct Bank Transfer
Payable to ‘MEDICAL OUTREACHERS HONG KONG’
By ATM Transfer/ Direct Bank-In:
Faster Payment System (FPS)
Please transfer the donation to the Medical Outreachers “FPS ID” :
Nepalese nurse Binda Titung has been a health leader in the rural regions of Namtar and Bharta for many years.
With a passion in making a difference to healthcare in her region, she has worked with us to organise health camps and even implement water tanks in the area.
Under the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitation has become ever more vital in maintaining health. Thus, Binda and Medical Outreachers are asking for YOUR support to raise funds for purchasing masks, santisers and proper toilets to improve hygiene conditions in rural Nepal.
WHAT DOES NEPAL NEED?
In Namtar and Bharta, villagers lack access to toilets. This is a huge problem as improper handling of urine and faeces would lead to spread of germs.
Binda's clinic is one of the most visited clinics in the area we serve. In order to provide adequate healthcare to the local population, more equipments such as oxygen tanks are needed.
While masks and hand sanitisers are abundant in metropolitans, they are luxuries in rural Nepalese villages. Under the shadow of the pandemic, these materials have become ever more important for the locals.
To show our appreciation and to demonstrate our passion in serving Nepal, we will be providing free health talks and health checks to the Nepalese population in Hong Kong!
Thus, not only is YOUR donation helping under-resourced Nepalese villagers, but also ethnic minorities that lack access to healthcare in our city!
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