The fundraising is dedicated to catering to the daily needs of children as well as adults living in the Mid-Western region of Nepal, Dolpa, and is run on behalf of the VDC of Dolpa by the Embassy of Nepal in Japan For more ways to support the campaign, you can directly email the VDC of Dolpa. https://dolpobuddhamun.gov.np/
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Dolpa district is one of the least developed areas in the country and still has epidemics that were thought long to have been eradicated. Through this campaign, which is a partner with the local village development committee of Dolpa, we aim to provide people with necessities like food, supplements, health care, etc.
Since the pandemic began in March 2020, Nepal has registered around 814K cases of COVID-19. People of all ages have acclimated to the new normal following the viral outbreak, which resulted in over 11,400 deaths over a 23-month period.
According to data issued by the Ministry of Health and Population, the COVID-19 infected 50,887 children aged 0 to 20 in Nepal between April and October 31. (MoHP).There were 12,813 children between the ages of 0 and 10, and 38,074 between the ages of 11 and 20. Prior to that, COVID-19 had infected 24,503 children in those age groups over Nepal. COVID-19 has touched more than 75,000 youngsters so far.
Furthermore, it has been claimed that the delay in vaccination rollouts among young children jeopardizes children's health. The consequences of a third wave, experts believe, would be disastrous due to a weakened health system and a shortage of medical equipment and manpower.
Hence, we are dedicate to stop the third wave of Covid in Dolpa Nepal.