1. Free Health Camp Under our project of HEALTH FOR WOMEN AND CHILD FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, MA Nepal successfully conducted Free Health Camp at Aaraniko Higher Secondary School, Bhaktapur on 5th November 2016. During the camp, 102 patients were treated. Similar free health camp was condcuted at Naichal on 19 November 2016. More than 150 patients were given medical treatment with free medicines. On 17th December, another free health camp was conducted at Phaidhaka Lower Secondary School, Tathali, Bhaktapur. This camp gave medical assistance to more than 221 people. On 24th December, another health camp was setup at Nasamana, Bhaktapur. 392 people were treated in that camp. Free medicines were also distributed to each patient during the camp. The camp was funded by AEIN Luxembourg and Dr. Iwamura Memorial Hospital provided the technical support.

  2. 3 Months Tailoring Course MA Nepal in support of AEI sucessfully conducted three months tailoring course for women in Bhaktapur. First 150 women started the course on 23rd October 2016, while another additional 100 women started the course a month later on 23rd November 2016. This TAILORING COURSE was organized by MA Nepal under our project of HEALTH FOR WOMEN AND CHILD FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. During the camp, 298 females including childrens and 245 males including childrens from entire Bhaktapur were given dental treatment. Free medicines, toothpaste and toothbrush were also distributed to each patient during the camp.

  3. Free Dental Health Camp MA Nepal in support of AEI sucessfully conducted Free Dental Health Camp in Pandu Bazar, Bhaktapur on 10th September 2016. This Dental Camp was organized by MA Nepal under our project of HEALTH FOR WOMEN AND CHILD FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. During the camp, 298 females including childrens and 245 males including childrens from entire Bhaktapur were given dental treatment. Free medicines, toothpaste and toothbrush were also distributed to each patient during the camp.

  4. Rescue of the victims Immediately after the earthquake in the evening, rescue of the victims were conducted with the help of visiting team members and local people. With the hard work of the team and local people rescued many live people from debris of the houses. Around 200 people were rescued from the collapsed houses. And the team also dug out lots of dead bodies from different collapsed houses. In the evening Basic food supply were provided for the victims with the support of local people and taking loan money from vendors. For around 2000 people emergency food were provided by taking loan as everything was ruined because of earthquake. The team distributed more than 5,000 tents and trampoline for victims of the earthquake who had no any choice of shelters as everything was collapsed after the earthquake and continuous after shocks. The team helped to manage the place where they can put the tents and trampoline to stay.Medicines and First Aid were supplied to the injured people when and where needed.

  5. Condolence Program Venerable Thich Quang Ba (Australian Buddhist Sangha Mission) to Condolence Ceremony and Monetary Donation of Rs.5000 to each death body in durbar square.

  6. Wood carving training #Livelihood_support_womenandyouth

  7. Hanumante nadi sarsafai karyakram

  8. District Level Orientation Supported by AEIN Luxembourg लैङ्गिक हिंसा नियन्त्रणमा सरोकारवालाहरुको भूमिकाबारे एक दिने विचार गोष्ठी

  9. Extra curricular activities #Christmas_special_in_child_club #Childrens_making_greeting_cards

  10. Dress distribution program

  11. Observation visit of wood carving trainees