Global Health Awareness Western Sydney Programme

Global Health Awareness Western Sydney Programme

Posted in 4th Aug, 2019

GHAWS (Global Health Awareness Western Sydney) Trip completed successfully.

The team has arrived KTM on 28th and flew to Phaplu on 29th. This trip has been organized through Keep Walking Nepal. On the first day of program welcome ceremony has been organized by locals school, committee members and locals where group has experience some Nepali culture and offering Khada (scarf) Sherpa tradition way to welcome guest by the locals and the committee members of KPHMN and visited the health center. Group has helped a lot with the incinerator with locals carpenter and KPHMN staffs. While working they also learn some Sherpa language. One day health camp has been conducted at the Thuptengcholing monastery where they help a lot with the patients who has mainly problem with orthopedic.

The last day of Junbesi conducted attractive health education by doing lots of activities related to health education and this health education was very effective and students has learned so much from them.

The farewell dinner has been organized where they had good time with locals, KPHMN committee members and staffs and at the end of the farewell dinner chairman of KPHMN Mr Chungba Lama has presented certificate of appreciation to the GHAWS.

After Junbesi they did trek to Lukla and the trek was very enjoyable with full of laugh and happiness.

We thank to GHAWS for continue their visit to KPHMN and there valuable support towards medical center and the community and hope that will continue for the future. KPHMN and Keep Walking Nepal like to thanks to all the locals. Commitee members of KPHMN and Keep Walking Nepal staffs who made their journey so successful.

At last we would like to thank Mr Paul jury who help a lot to organize this trip and to Mr Liam bell president of GHAWS.

Ang Tshering Sherpa, 
Advisor, Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal, 
Chairman, Keep walking Nepal

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