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Collaction of medicion handover  to Japhe sub-health post in Augest 2008Health in Nepal is poor by international standards, especially in rural areas, but some improvements are being made. Disease prevalence is higher than in other South Asian countries. Leading diseases and illnesses include diarrheal, gastrointestinal, disorders, goiters, intestinal, parasites, leprosy and tuberculosis. Nepal also has high rate of child malnutrition and under -five mortality. According to United Nations data for 2003, approximately. 60,000 people ages 15 to 49 had HIV and the HIV prevalence rate is 0.5%. In spite of these figures, evidence suggests some improvement .Nepal's Human Development is 0.553 and ranks 144th out of 177 countries A sick children is examin by H.A in Japhe Sub-healthpost
Health-care facilities, hygienic, nutrition and sanitation generally are poor and beyond the means of most, particularly in rural areas. Provision of health services is constrained by   government spending, rugged country and lack of health education (which lowers the demand  for health service).Most hospitals are located in urban areas and rural health facilities often lack adequate funding , trained staff and medicines. Thus, heath clinics and hospitals generally are used only for persistent and serious illnesses. The government has tried decentralizing health service to villages, but the program has not provided notable A local women had treatment from what we provided public health improvements. In 2003 Nepal had 10 health centers, 83 hospitals, 700 health post and 3158 sub-health posts, which serve villages. In 2000 government funding for health, matters was approximately $2.30 per person. In addition, there were 12569 physicians. In other word one physician for every 18,493 persons as well as per nurses 4987 persons. In 2000 government funding for health matters was approximately 2.30 per person, and approximately 70% of health expenditure came from out of pocket contributions. Government allocations for health were around 5.1 % of the budget for fiscal year 2004 and foreign donors provided around 30% of the total budget for health expenditures
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News & Events
Fare well for class five
Posted Date:  2010-06-27

Excercise book has distributed
Posted Date:  2010-06-27

Monthly Exercise book and pen/pencil distribution for month of Jan
Posted Date:  2010-02-10

Gratitude Marathon !!!
Posted Date:  2010-02-10

Primary level inter school quiz competition
Posted Date:  2010-02-10

Distribution of Jan
Posted Date:  2010-01-10

News of December
Posted Date:  2009-12-13

Children run for kids
Posted Date:  2009-09-08

A scholarship distribution
Posted Date:  2009-08-27

Medical bandage are distributed to community health worker
Posted Date:  2009-06-08

26 March 2009
Posted Date:  2009-03-26

News of March
Posted Date:  2009-03-15

News of Feb
Posted Date:  2009-03-15

Monthly News of December
Posted Date:  2009-01-26

Rita B.K
Posted Date:  2009-01-01

A 18 years girls is comeing to school
Posted Date:  2008-11-01

Empowering Educational programme
Posted Date:  2009-09-22

Let's go school regular
Posted Date:  2008-08-06

Distribution of Medicion
Posted Date:  2008-08-06

Teacher has started his work
Posted Date:  2008-07-16

Affiliation with NGO Federation of Nepal
Posted Date:  2008-07-31

Registration of TAX
Posted Date:  2008-07-11

Affiliation with Social welfare council
Posted Date:  2008-06-19

Registration of HISCOS
Posted Date:  2008-05-13

People's Voice
     Devi's Grandmother
Devi's Grandmother Says:
It was dark evening, where is her mother? She is died! What? She left small children and gone to the second man. We found that she is gone with second husband. It was said moment for everyone. Asked about Devi how she is in study? Her grandmother replied she is in good. And hard working in study. But her father and mother is not at home. I got responsibilities for those children, Said by Dev's grand mother. Devi has sister. Both of them are with grand mother. This we have found in Devi’s life. Even though we are there for her to support for her study. We found her in school good and intelligent student. Her grandmother has very much pleased to the person, who has been looking after her grandchild. Says many thanks from her. Even form public were appreciate the work what we have done.
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     Babita's Mother
Babita's Mother Says:
My Name is Buna pokharel. I have given birth to 7 children. My daughter Babita pokharel has sponsored from Hiscos. She is inspired to go school. She never stays at home. She is supported by Hiscos.It help us so much, we don't have to buy any education met arils. I say thank you say thank you very much for supporter and Hiscos.
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     Devraj's Mother
Devraj's Mother Says:

Namaskar! I am mother of Devraj. My husband is in India to work as porter, he used carry heavy load in Indian city. In my family we are 6 People.3 Daughter and 1 soon. He is very much Interested in his study. He is very cleaver and good in study. Every exam he holds first and second position. They are knee to see their father. but he has to work for the family. From Hiscos my soon is supported for his study and we still have to struggle for our daughter study. my economic condition is very poor. My children get school uniform, exercise book, pen/pencil and other necessary materials for his school I very happy and like to say thank you very much for the who supported my children and for Hiscos too.

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     Devika's Father
Devika's Father Says:

Namaste! My Name is Gokarna Sarki. My Daughter name is Devika mijar. We are 5 members in family, 2 Daughter and 1 son. My wife and I working very hard for my family. My children are going to school with the help of Hiscos. Devika is study at Gogandanda primary school. She study at class two(she has shown to us the hand writing during her visit).I am very happy because My children are supported for education. Which they can read and write. With my economic condition, I am not able to provide good education. So I would like to say thank you very much to the supporter of Daughter as well as Hiscos

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