Building a hospital
We will start building a comprehensive children’s hospital in Kathmandu that delivers specialised services to all children through a cost sharing principle. Initially we will build a hospital with 100 beds for children. Every year an estimated 100.000 children will be reached through our out-patient department and 25.000 children at the in-patient department.More info
The first phase will start with building a hospital with 100 beds for children. We will optimize the outpatient clinic and have both the highest quality service, and serve the most patients possible. With this excellent outpatient clinic, we will be able to prevent hospital admissions.
Our ambition is to expand and add 150 more beds (extra 100for children and 50 for maternal wing) making it a 250 bedded hospital catering quality specialized services. This is the second phase.
As part of the further development and the hosptial will expand in five provinces, with 50 bedded hospitals in each province. This is the final and third phase.
Phase I: 100 beds for children
Phase II: Extra 100 beds for children and 50 beds for the maternal wing
Phase III: 250 beds for Province hospitals (50 bedded hospitals in each of the five provinces)
We will conduct preventive interventions, promotive and rehabilitative services. And, by making use of innovative technologies like tele consulting, we can reach out to children in every corner of Nepal.
We will conduct studies and research to continuously improve the services rendered at the hospital. Findings will be published and presented at national and international forums.
We will have a resource center where we will exchange knowledge, focus on awareness issues and provide training to the government health workers and non-government workers in the area of child health.More info
The introduction of simple hypothermia prevention messages and interventions into evidence-based, cost-effective packages for maternal and newborn care has promising potential to decrease newborn deaths attributable to severe infections, prematurity, and asphyxia.
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We will design the functional referral and re-integration services.