Birth Center Wongchu Memorial Hospital in Tapting 2023

SOLUKHUMBU, MAY 1 2023

 

The 7 Summit Foundation (7SF) has announced to support four million rupees to Wongchu Memorial Hospital in Solukhumbu to construct a maternity care home in the

hospital premises. The financial support aims to upgrade the capacity of the newly constructed hospital in the remote district of eastern Nepal, according to the foundation.

7SF Chairman AC Sherpa has offered Rs 4 million to the hospital to build a maternity care home (birthing centre), Lakpa Sherpa, Chairman at Himalayan Yokpu Foundation

said. Lakpa, who is also the Project Director at WMH, said that 7SF has agreed to provide additional 48 lakh rupees to build the birthing center and since project was complete

July 2023 until today over 50 babies are safely delivered.

 

Honorary Consul for Seattle in Washington State, AC Sherpa,  who has as well served as NRN ICC Advisor for the NRN’s International Coordination Council, said that

7SF’s support would help decrease maternal as well as neonatal mortality rates in the remote district after the establishment of birthing center. “The maternity building

would be a noble project for 7SF,” Sherpa, who has climbed mountains across all seven continents of the world, added.  A resident of Solukhumbu district, Sherpa had

set up the foundation with the aim of supporting the women and children in need.

 

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“The foundation was also planning to run projects that could reduce the effects of global warming in Nepal in co-ordination with American political parties and the government,”

he added. The foundation had already supported the reconstruction of a building for Tapting secondary school, which was destroyed in the earthquake, in Solukhumbu district.

The foundation also provided educational and livelihood support to Solsing, a remote village of Sindhupalchok district, Sherpa, who is also chair of the NRNA’s Tourism

Task Force Committee, added.

SOLUKHUMBU, AUGUST 13
          7 Summit Foundation is pleased to announce the successful organization of a free eye camp in Tapting, Solukhumbu in 2023. This four-day event, held in collaboration with
Matrika Eye Centre, Wangchu Memorial Hospital, and Solu dhudkunda Municipality-10, aimed to provide essential eye care services to the local community. During the eye camp,
more than 300 individuals were provided with comprehensive eye check-ups, ensuring that any potential eye conditions were detected and addressed in a timely manner. We are
proud to have been able to reach out to such a large number of people and contribute to their overall eye health. Additionally, as part of our commitment to improving the lives of
individuals suffering from cataracts, we successfully conducted 46 cataract operations during the camp. These surgeries have undoubtedly made a significant impact on the lives
of those affected, restoring their vision and enhancing their quality of life. We express our heartfelt gratitude to all the medical professionals, volunteers, and organizations involved
in making this eye camp a resounding success. Without their unwavering support and dedication, this event would not have been possible.
At 7Summit Foundation, we remain committed to our mission of serving the underprivileged and ensuring access to essential healthcare. Through initiatives like these, we strive to
make a positive difference in the lives of individuals communities. We look forward to organizing more such camps in the future and continuing to provide vital eye care services to
those in need. Together, we can create a brighter and healthier future for all.
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