Harikrishna led a medical team of 14 international volunteers to the remote villages of Rasuwa for 12 days in September. The objective of this expedition was to offer free health advice, free medicine and free osteopathic services to poor villagers who can’t afford seeing a doctor.
The expedition visited three villages and offered help to around 250 people, from babies to 90-years old farmers.
Frequent health problems in these areas are back and knee pain due to frequent transportation of very heavy loads on steep trails, sight problems due to malnutrition, sanitary conditions and natural aging, gastric problems related to the conditions and very spicy food, and children suffering ear infections.
Thanks to all involved people for making this possible. These medical expeditions are really important to villagers, and bringing this small relief means so much to them.