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MISSION | Sherpa Healthcare Nepal

Sherpa Healthcare Nepal

Healthy life for healthy community

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The mission of Sherpa Healthcare Nepal is to provide  primary healthcare facilities to very remote area of Sotang 6  Solukhumbu Nepal by granting  emergency first-aid facility for the highly injured & wounded people  in fatal as well as in general accidents and providing furthermore recommendations & referring required health advises & suggestions, To provide long-term and sustainable treatment facility in genecology for emphasizing low economical people.
Sherpa Healthcare Nepal achieves its mission by providing primary healthcare, community education, and income generation programs that enable poor people to be self-supporting in the long-term.

Sherpa Healthcare Nepal is committed to building partnerships with the institutions that serve on the front lines of health care for the uninsured and underserved. By providing support to community health centers, public hospitals, and local health departments, we help them deliver medical care to the people in our communities.
We improve care and expand access to treatment for the underserved and uninsured. In addition, Sherpa Healthcare Nepal make grants, train doctors and nurses to work in community clinics, and invest in information technology to improve health care delivery. Most importantly, we partner with community health centers, public hospitals, and other organizations on the front line of medical care to assure the highest quality care for our most vulnerable populations

Community Health Initiatives
We support innovative efforts to bring nutritious foods and safe, physical activity to local schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods.
What is a healthy community? We believe that it’s more than the absence of illness. It’s an environment that supports the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of those who live, work, and play there.
Our Community Health Initiatives take a prevention-driven approach to health, supporting policies and environmental changes that promote healthy eating and active living in neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces. Our work also addresses community economic development, environmental sustainability, and neighborhood safety—key factors in promoting healthy communities. We work with community-based organizations and residents to translate their vision for healthy communities into visible, concrete changes—and ultimately healthier neighborhoods.

Care and Coverage for Low Income Families and Individuals
Improving health care access for those with limited incomes and resources is fundamental to our mission. We help make health care affordable to the uninsured and underserved through Sherpa Healthcare and we assist others in public programs. We believe that everyone deserves access to health care. For the people living in the remote area and low-income people are unable to maintain health care coverage. We're working to change that with programs that lower financial barriers, provide free or deeply subsidized health coverage, and improve access to public health care programs.

Ending Health Care Disparities
The health of racial and ethnic minorities, poor people, and other disadvantaged groups is worse than the health of the overall population. We believe ending these disparities is one of the most important issues we face as a nation.