World Vision International Nepal has donated Rs 6,15,00 equipment to different local organizations like District Disaster Management Committee Udayapur ,Hurendek, JEDs and NESPEC in a response of Corona-19. During the program, 30 sets of PPE health kits and 4 IR thermometers were handed over to the organizations.
Ajay Sah, a representative of World Vision, informed that the health kits were handed over as per the demand of the concerned bodies of the district as the number of corona infections was increasing in the district. “ The health equipment provided by World Vision International Nepal would be of great help in countering the growing corona infection in the district and will provide more assistance as much as possible,” said Deepak Kumar Pahadi, Chief District Officer and Chief of the District Disaster Management Committee.
Chief of the District Coordination Committee Khadga Pariyar urged all the agencies to be more vigilant and take immediate steps for health-related services as the number of Corona affected people is increasing in the district. He also mentioned “The assistance provided in the absence of PPE equipment and thermometers is commendable. In the current situation, the district needs the support of all parties”.
World Vision International Nepal has been supporting 14 districts of 6 providence in Nepal. World Vision Nepal has been working in the fields of health, education, agriculture and income generation, disaster management, child protection, etc. and has been working in more than 100 countries world wide.
The following are the donated items:
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