May 26, 2013
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Bridging healthcare needs and services in Nepal.
There is only 1 doctor for every 18,000 people living in Nepal.
Many rural communities in Nepal have no medical clinics.
There are not enough hospitals in rural, underserved areas.
Medical equipment and supplies are expensive and difficult to distribute.
We help provide corrective surgery for children with disfiguring birth defects.
We coordinate development and restoration of community clinics.
We collaborate to build hospitals in rural, underserved areas.
We collect and distribute medical equipment and supplies.
Each year, 2% of all children born in Nepal have a disfiguring birth defect.
We help these children access needed medical treatment.
Our Nepalese Medical Team transforms children\'s lives...
…Changing the outside to heal the inside.
Just $200 provides a child with life-changing surgery and follow-up care.
November 23, 2012
Thanks in part to CMAF funding and volunteer support, Chisang Clinic officially opened on April 13, 2012. Within two weeks more than 200 patients were … more...
November 28, 2012
Our annual Kathmandu Festival, a fund raiser for our Corrective Surgery Program, was held in September, with a good turnout of families enjoying momos and … more...
On World Aids Day (Dec. 1), CMAF coordinated a dental camp for HIV-positive children at Karuna Bhawan Orphanage. Some of these … [more...]
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