DCWC Nepal is currently working on multiple major rebuilding projects at once. Please see the Hospital page for photos of the progress being made on repairing the severe damage from the 2015 earthquakes. The DCWC Community Hospital is expected to reopen in October 2015 once the work is completed. We are very grateful to generous donors who made this project possible. Our other big project currently underway is to provide safe housing for people who have lost everything until they are able to rebuild their homes in the years to come. DCWC has made a commitment to build at least 100 small temporary homes that will each cost approximately $500(US) to build and will also provide jobs for the local people. Please give generously to support us in our mission to rebuild Nepal.
This flyer shows a sample of the beautiful and life-saving work being done in many villages in the Kavre District:
May 2015: DCWC Nepal is doing Emergency Earthquake Relief work in many remote villages that have still not been reached by the government or the larger organizations. Our ambulance has been able to bring people in to the DCWC Community Hospital in Rajbash who would otherwise have walked or been carried for several hours. Including this mother with her 28 day old baby who's home was destroyed and was sleeping outside in their village after the first earthquake.
(Found sitting in the ruins of her home, taken to DCWC Community Hospital for warm dry clothes and food and to make sure baby didn't have pneumonia.)
(Photos courtesy of Akka Lama, President of DCWC Nepal)
Our hospital sustained significant damage during the 2nd earthquake, so patients are currently being treated in a tent outside the hospital.
Please support this lifesaving work with a donation of
any amount by using one of the donate buttons.
Thanks to our sister non-profit, One World-One Heart Foundation,
501c3 Non Profit, your donation will be tax-deductable
AND 100% of your donation will go to Nepal.
"When the second earthquake came, we were doing a delivery on the upper floor of the hospital and it was really difficult for us. We could not run because the bricks were falling from outside on the stair. Somehow we came to the ground with the patient and we had to do the delivery in kitchen. (note: the kitchen is a small hut next to the hospital) It was really difficult because all the equipment was inside and no bed in kitchen but somehow we did the delivery."
(Photo of "Earthquake Mom and Baby")
The DCWC was established in 2000 to help the people of Nepal's rural villages. By providing education and health services, especially for the women and children we can affect entire villages and are able to change lives for generations to come.
Since 2000 we have built more than 20 schools, a DCWC Community Hospital and Pharmacy and we sponsor more than 200 children.
This short film shows life in Rural Nepal and demonstrates
why support is needed in these areas....
"BBC north west tonight" - Actor Sean Wilson reports on
UAP Limited charity involvement with DCWC Nepal...
This film shows the planning and construction of the new
DCWC Community Hospital in the district of Kavre in Nepal (opened in 2010)
Nepali students are all ready for school thanks to DCWC Nepal and generous sponsors.
Please visit our parent organization:
DCWC Nepal - http://www.dcwcnepal.org.np/
And our sister organizations:
in the UK - http://dcwcnepal.org
and in the Czech Republic - Namaste Nepal
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