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Particle pollution is a mixture of solids and liquid droplets suspended in air. Fine particle pollution, or PM2.5, describes particulate matter that is 2.5 micrometers in diameter and smaller. (For reference, the diameter of a human hair is 70 micrometers in diameter, or 28 times greater in diameter than fine particle matter.) Very small particles can get deep into the lungs and even cross over into the blood stream, causing heart problems. Health Studies have shown a significant association between exposure to fine particle pollution and serious health issues. Fine particles can aggravate heart and lung diseases and have been linked to effects such as cardiac arrhythmias, heart attacks, asthma attacks, and bronchitis which is why this air pollutant is closely monitored. There are many sources of fine particles, and their chemical composition depends on location, time of year and weather. Particle pollution is a result of burning various fuels, including wood. It also forms in the air when hot gasses cool and condense into solid matter or when certain chemical reactions take place and form small particles.  

Current Condition or Trend

Fine particle pollution levels have decreased on a statewide basis since the early 1990s. Currently, 100% of the state is meeting both the 2006 24-hour and the 2012 annual fine particle National Ambient Air Quality Standards.  

Current Condition or Trend

Fine particle pollution standards are set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In 2006 the 24-hour standard was lowered to better protect human health and in 2012 the annual standard was lowered. Because New Hampshire experiences days where concentrations of 24-hour fine particle levels are considered unhealthy for sensitive groups, the 24-hour standard is provided as the indicator for fine particle pollution levels. Fine particle levels have decreased on a statewide basis since the early 1990s when an amendment to the Clean Air Act required state, regional and federal planning to improve air quality. Because New Hampshire is considered a downwind state, much of the gains in improved air quality have come as the result of regional and national coordination, in combination with our own pollution reduction programs.  

How Does DANDA Address This?

Fine particle pollution standards are set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In 2006 the 24-hour standard was lowered to better protect human health and in 2012 the annual standard was lowered. Because New Hampshire experiences days where concentrations of 24-hour fine particle levels are considered unhealthy for sensitive groups, the 24-hour standard is provided as the indicator for fine particle pollution levels. Fine particle levels have decreased on a statewide basis since the early 1990s when an amendment to the Clean Air Act required state, regional and federal planning to improve air quality. Because New Hampshire is considered a downwind state, much of the gains in improved air quality have come as the result of regional and national coordination, in combination with our own pollution reduction programs.

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MOU Signed With Project HOPE

Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation recently signed an MOU with Project HOPE dated on 19th May 2021 for COVID 19 Crisis Support and Relief in Nepal.

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Fundraising Initiative for COVID Relief Measure in Nepal

Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation and Sangsangai संगसंगै partnered together for the purpose of achieving the various aims and objectives relating to the Provision of COVID 19 Relief Measures in Nepal.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Training for Frontline Health Workers

Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation, a global health worker training from Project HOPE, Brown University and the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at the Watson Institute of Brown University

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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 […]

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PNMF Converts Its Building to Quarantine and Holding Center

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 […]

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Essential Medical Supplies Handed Over To Rapti Provincial Hospital Through PNMF-Project Hope’s Collaborative

On Aug 1st, Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation team completed the hand-over of essential medical supplies obtained from Project Hope to Rapti Provincial Hospital in Dang along with the CDO Ram B. […]

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Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation Donates Emergency Medical Supplies To East Rukum Hospital

Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation donated emergency medical supplies to East Rukum hospital in Rukumkot, Province 5. On 3rd Aug 2021, Essential medical supplies were handed over to East Rukum hospital via […]

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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 […]

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Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation Donates Essential Medical Supplies To Bardiya Hospital

Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation team delivered vital medical supplies received from Project Hope to Bardiya Hospital in Gulariya, Bardiya on 4th August, 2021. As part of our commitment to the community, […]

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PNMF Delivered Essential Medical Equipment And Supplies To Bheri Hospital

PNMF delivered essential medical equipment and supplies to Bheri Hospital via Mayor of Nepalgunj Sub-Metropolitan City, Dr. Dhawal Shumsher Rana. The delivery was made possible by a generous contribution from […]

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Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation Donates Health Materials To NTNC

PNMF team completed the hand-over of medical supplies worth roughly NPR 4 million to National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC). As part of our commitment to the community, COVID-related medical […]

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Essential Medical Supplies Handed Over To Gandaki Province Government

Pratiman-Neema Memorial Foundation donated medical supplies to the Gandaki Province  government. PNMF handed over the medical supplies worth roughly NPR 8.5 million  to Hon. Chief minister Krishna Chandra Nepali of […]

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