On Falgun 25th 2073 (March 8th 2017), at DCWC Community Hospital | One Day Free Health Camp on VASECTOMY & IMPLANT | Health Education Orientation, Leprosy Orientation | Co-ordinated by: DCWC Community Hospital, Kavre, Rajbash. | Organized By: District Health office, Kavre, Dhulikel

Our Hospitals

DCWC Community Hospital lies at Nagre Gagarche Village Development Committee (VDC) - 4, Rajbas in the Kavre district of Nepal. Among many VDCs of the Kavre district, the Nagre Gagarche VDC is one of the most remote of the district and is a junction of Sindhupalchok, Dolakha and Ramechhap districts. DCWC has launched some projects to support the community through school building, scholarship distribution to poor children to help their education, clothes distribution, toilet construction, game completion, mobile health camps for medical treatment, etc since 2003. During our presence at the area, we were able to make some crucial observations regarding health services. Government health and sub-health posts are located at rural places but are unable to provide even basic health services to the rural people due to limited resources for medicines, for trained and qualified medical personnel, for necessary basic equipment and physical infrastructure. Due to the lack of good hospital facilities in rural villages, many people used to die at an early age from common diseases. Pregnant women

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Our Schools

Being a developing country Nepal, it has to do many works in the various sectors. Among them education plays a vital role to develop the country, so DCWC Nepal has focused to raise awareness level of rural poor people through creating a better environment at government community school. Therefore, DCWC Nepal is building school buildings where there are no school buildings; having old school building but are small rooms, dark, leaking and tearing; operating classes in shed etc. as per community demand. We do support very nominal fund for school building that is only for motivation to the community and most of work used to contribute from the respective community people and results to feel ownership and make sustainability by managing never get support from other donors and government line agencies. There are many places that they applied for us but due to the limited resources we are supporting first come basis by carrying out need assessment by technical team at the field. We welcome anybody interested to support by any approach to

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Hearty Condolence

We, DCWC Family express our heartfelt condolences on the sudden demise of Mr. Haku Bahadur Lama at the age of 71, ( The land donor for DCWC Community Hospital).