Kathmandu – Folks from Baglung, currently our of country for employment, have provided with a huge quantity of heath and safety supplies to Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital, Baglung, and Kathekhola rural municipality. Lawmaker Dr Surya Pathak and Govinda Subedi, among others, on behalf of immigrant Nepalis handed over the safety supplies to the hospital on Thursday.
On the occasion, lawmaker Pathak said they are effortful to transform the Dhaulagiri hospital into a model health facility with support from immigrant Nepalis. The immigrant Nepalese society of Baglung folks in different countries provided with the safety supplies worth Rs1.2 million used for the test and treatment of coronavirus. The health safety supplies aided to the hospital are 105 PPE sets, thermal-gun, gloves and masks. Baglung Society (Japan), Baglung Service Society (Qatar), Baglung Society (Spain), Baglung Society (Portugal), Baglung Society (Belgium), Baglung Service Society (UAE), Baglung Society (Korea), Baglung Society (Canada), Baglung Service Society (Malaysia), Baglung Youth Society (Australia) as well as Baglung folks living in USA, London, Germany, Sweden France, among other countries contributed to supply the health assistance materials.
Health and safety supplies worth Rs 1.31 million were provided to Dhaulagiri hospital and the assistances worth Rs 100,000 were handed to Kathekhola rural municipality. Similarly, chairperson of National Assembly Ganesh Prasad Timilsina provided medical appliances worth Rs 70,000 to the hospital with support from immigrant Nepalis. Chairperson of Dhaulagiri Hospital Management Committee, KB Rana, immigrant Nepalis had provided health safety supplies worth Rs 1.2 million for the prevention of coronavirus infection.