Difficult to believe • All visitors see only the small part of the country that derives consider able economic benefits from tourism • The majority of rural population are subsistence or below subsistence f1 armers. • Casual visitors never see, the majority of Nepals population lives in abject poverty • Nepal remains one of the ten least developed countries.2 • High mortality rate is the lack of emergency medical facilities particularly in rural regions of the country • It would be impossible to meet friendlier and more charming people in3 any other country.
DO NOTEXPECTAMBULANCE HE ISGOING TO HEALTH POST
AMBULANCEOF RURAL PEOPLEUp to 42 % of deaths inNepal are due to chronicdiseases such as heartdisease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer, and by 2030rates are expected toclimb to66.3 %, according to theNepal Public HealthFoundation.
FIRST DAY IN WORLD STRIKE MOTHER & NEW BORN BABY ARE WAITING FOR AMBULANCE
TREATMENT OF MENTAL DISORDER IS THIS RIGHT WAY ? SINCE 10 YRSFAMILY DON’T HAVE MONEY TO GO TO HOSPITAL JAMAN S. ADHIKARI, UDAYAPUR
HABITAT OF ANIMAL AND BIRDJAGADISPUR RESERVOIRThe site provides important resident, wintering and stopover habitats for waders, other water-birds, and small passerines. Noteworthy are the grebes, cormorants, herons and egrets (includingthe rare bittern Ixobrychus cinensis), storks, ducks and geese, terns and gulls, birds ofprey, rails, coot and water hens, Jacanas, as well as cranes and kingfishers. Forty-two fish species belonging to 6 orders, 18families and 34 general were recorded during the investigation period, comprising of 38 indigenous and4 exotic species.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Amarawati Dhar, who is regularly beaten by her husband, sits on her bed in the cow shedEvery month about seven women are admitted to the 10-bed burns unit ofBirr Hospital in Kathmandu having been torched or acid burned, mostlyby their husbands. There are many women that come in and say that itwas suicide attempt because they are afraid of what will happen to themif their husbands go to jail, its so hard to get the truth, says RumiRajbhandari, coordinator of Burns Violence Survivors Nepal.