Nepal 2017

On 25 April 2015, Nepal was rocked by a massive earthquake of the magnitude of 7.8, leaving in its wake over 9,000 dead and 22,000 injured. This was followed by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake on the same fault on 12 May 2015 resulting in 160+ dead and close to a 1,000 injured. Despite several ensuing relief funds and voluntary work run by numerous organisation across the globe since then, there are people still succumbing to illness and ailments every day because of lack of access to basic health care and funding.

To contribute to the cause and provide free medical and surgical services, Team GMF comprising 12 members from Australia and 30 from America visited the earthquake devastated areas of Nepal from 1 to 5 Jan 2017. The team comprising doctors, surgeons, nurses and humanitarian volunteers, teamed up with local organisations Green City Hospital, Maya Foundation and Lions Club of Kathmandu to ensure maximum outreach of their services.

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