First Aid training to Staff/ Workers

The Women’s Foundation Nepal recently organized a highly informative and practical First Aid extension Training session for Samajik Sip Bikash Udhyog and our dedicated WFN staff. We were honored to have Dr. Bipin Nepal, a respected expert in the field, as our esteemed trainer for this event. During the training, participants were provided with comprehensive knowledge and hands-on demonstrations of various life-saving techniques. From top to bottom, every aspect of first aid was covered, ensuring everyone felt equipped to handle emergencies confidently.
The training encompassed essential topics such as CPR, choking, bleeding, poisoning, fractures, allergic reactions, and burns. The training was an overwhelming success! Our dedicated staff members enthusiastically absorbed the valuable information and skills shared during the session.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Bipin Nepal for his invaluable expertise and guidance throughout the training.




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Cataract Surgery performed at Kritipur Eye Hospital!

The Women’s Foundation recently conducted a successful free eye camp in Kathmandu and Kavre district, serving over 1204 individuals with vital eye care services, treatment, and eyeglasses. The camp aimed to provide eye care services to poor people, old age individuals, and those with cataract problems.
In addition to this, the Nepal Netra Jyoti Shang, Kritipur eye hospital performed cataract surgery on 40 individuals over three days. Thirteen individuals received surgery on the first day, followed by 16 on the second day, and 11 on the third day. The remaining 22 individuals with pre-existing medical conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, and other medical conditions will have individual surgery when their health condition improves.
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Free Eye Camp 2023 by WFN in Kavre District!

The Women’s Foundation conducted a successful free eye camp in the Kavre district for 2 days, serving over 624 individuals with vital eye care services, treatment, and eyeglasses to those in need. Especially for poor people living in rural areas who may not have access to such services. Cataract problems are common among older individuals so they were also included in the target group for the eye camp.
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