Over 5,000 benefit from AP Free Medical Camp
The first phase of the Annapurna Post Free Medical Camp for the flood victims was organised in Siraha, Banke and Nawalparasi districts from August 10-15. Altogether 5,350 persons benefitted from the AP Free Medical Camp, which was supported by Everest Bank Limited and FNCCI. The second phase of the the Free Medical Camp is under process.
August 10-11, Siraha
Number of persons treated: 640 + 660 + 1,700 (Total: 4,000) Places they had come from: Chatri, Katari, Prasahi, Baniniya, Bhokraha, Majhauliya, Nirdana, Chikna, Dumri, Bishnupur, Kalyanpur, Jabdi and other VDCs
Medical team led by: Dr Manoj Thakur
Patients treated for: Viral fever, pneumonia, typhoid, diarrheoa, dysentery, skin diseases and conjunctivitis
August 11-12, Phattepur, Banke
Number of persons treated: Over 1,100
Medical team led by: Dr Kuber Regmi of Nepalgunj Medical College
Patients treated for: Malaria, dysentery, pneumonia, typhoid, skin diseases, fever
August 12-13, Parsa
Number of persons treated: 700 + 550 (Total: 1,250)
Places they had come from: Biruwaguthi and adjoining VDCs
Medical team led by: Dr Aslam Mansuri of National Medical College
Patients treated for: fever, common cold, viral influenza, stomach ailment, skin diseases.