As our camps are focused on healthcare/medical needs, the medical findings are of immense importance; they help in determining our future course of action. We sometimes have to establish mechanisms to support the efforts of health workers in these remote locations, sometimes infrastructural needs need support which at appropriate time we are able to link donors to meet these needs, and of course when referrals are made, our team members help coordinating patients get care in bigger centers.

Prabhakar S Thapa joined Ek Ek Paila in May 2015 in the aftermath of the great earthquake. A group of doctors were in need of a person to help coordinate work apart from medical, so he volunteered. T

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There is definitely a need for improved health services for the 29.13 million population with approximately 79.85% people residing in rural areas, 21% of the population living below absolute poverty line, and about 29% of the population being multidimensional poor.

Srijana Pandey’s association with Ek Ek Paila began in 2016 supporting the fund raising events ‘Music For Medicine’ initiated by Dr. Suman Thapa. The fundraising was done to conduct free health

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