COVID-19 Preparedness and Response in Nepal
Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation Supports the Government of Nepal to Win the Battle against COVID-19
With the growing concerns related to the spread of the COVID-19 in Nepal, Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation (PNMF) supported the Government of Nepal by converting its office building to quarantine to help the stranded people in Nepal-India border. The foundation also supported the government with PPE sets including protective gears and hygiene kits.
To support the government to create frontline responders to fight against COVID-19, PNMF partnered to deliver international online training program in Nepal to “Strengthen Health Workforce Preparedness and Response” to COVID-19.
Find out more about our preparedness and responses to the crisis in Nepal through the links below.
Health workers training program in response to COVID-19
Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation partnered with Brown University, Project Hope, Nepal Study Center, The University of New Mexico and the Ministry of Social Development of Province 5 of Nepal to organize […]Read More
PNMF converts its office building to quarantine
Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation, after the COVID-19 outbreak has provided its institution building and other utilities to quarantine stranded people in the Nepal-India border. This includes labor workers, women, children, and […]Read More
PNMF donates Medical Supplies to combat the Novel Corona virus
Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation donated emergency medical supplies to hospitals and medical clinics in Rupandehi district of Province 5. On April 8th 2020, the first batch of supplies of 1500 surgical […]Read More
Videos: Glimpses of Latest News
Hon. Sudarshan Baral, Minister of Social Development of Province 5, Nepal addresses the situation, challenges, and express gratitude to PNMF for the support during COVID 19
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Khanal, Chief Medical Superintendent of Lumbini Provincial Hospital thanks PNMF for the support of Medical Supplies
PNMF leads the Health Workers Training Program in Province 5 of Nepal
Indian Nationals Returning to India from PNMF’s Quarantine of Nepal