Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal
Successfully visit of teachers and students from Newington College Sydney, Australia Free Dental Camp in March Visit of teachers and students from Newington College Sydney, Australia Appointment of Mr. Lahkpa Sherpa as Darkroom Assistant Wilderness in Nepal Article by Fi-paton House Hold Survey campaign Free Dental Camp at Beni Field Visit Report 2014 Construction of two Incinerator at Thuptengchooling Monastery Health Camp of April News letter June 2013 Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal : Brochure 2013 SPONSORS NEEDED A friend returns to Junbesi Visit of “Friends of Junubesi” to KPHMN on April 2011 Friends of Junbesi Newsletter 2010 : Download Wildreness Nepal book order Form : Download World Expeditions Community Project 2010 'Friends of Junbesi' Newsletter - Nov 2009 Wilderness in NEPAL - Book Order Form ″Friends of Junbesi″ Newsletter Australia visit of Mr. Ang Tshering Sherpa, President of KPHMN
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Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal (KPHMN) is a non-profit and non-government social organization, which was established in 2006. The purpose of the organization is to conduct various activities to assist the disadvantaged, orphaned and socially remote villages of the Solukhumbu District, Beni VDC(village development comittee). This assistance helps over 3,370 people in Beni VDC, Solukhumbu. KPHMN operates from Junbesi situated in the Solukhumbu district of Nepal. It is only accessible one day by bus and 3 days walking from jiri or after flying to Phaplu from Kathmandu and 3 hours walk.

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Kushudebu Public Health Mission, Nepal

The organization's initial focus is to provide better health care and medical facilities. KPHMN is registered with the district office in Kathmandu and it is also affiliated with the Social Welfare Council.

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Kushudebu News & Updates
Visit of teachers and students from Newington College Sydney

30 students from Newington College Sydney have completed their visit to Beni Community Health Service Center with leadership of their teacher Mr. Greg Pike ...