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Food Distribution to 119 families living on Daily Wage in Covid - 19 Crisis in Madhepura, Mahottari.

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"Giving doesn't make Us poor!"
Indu Sah Foundation is dedicated to serving people who are in need in any situation. We have understood the condition of the people living on daily wage in complete lockdown in Nepal. So we managed to help those communities who need food to survive in this critical situation with the help of various donors who have been the keys to come forth to support people in need. The first phase of relief distribution was done that will help a family of four to 119 families on May 18, 2020, Monday. The food included was rice, lentils, green vegetables, oil, soybean, salt, and others.





After the first phase of help, our endeavor to support more families will be continued. We are very thankful to those great hearts who came forward to make this happen. We would like to thank the NepalMed who was the major contributor, and all other contributors. The program went very well and the beneficiaries were more than happy to receive the support. 
The distribution w…

How to Cope with the Stress of Coronavirus?

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Coronavirus pandemic has become an era in which the lives of the human race are on stake. Every individual is going through some form of anxiety. Every one of us is worried about life and death. Most importantly, what if I get a Coronavirus? Am I going to die? What will happen to my beloved one, family? There are several questions along with worry in the peoples' minds, right now. Everyone is stressed and keep thinking about survival. Although, the problem is not only the coronavirus, but is the consequences the people will have to go through in the long term.


According to a psychiatrist from Harvard University, the major consequences of this coronavirus is the mental illness or some form of mental anxiety. Many such cases have been encountered recently. Not only the people but the doctors are much more stressed because they are the first responders in fighting COVID. The doctors are facing anxiety because they know they might contract their family members and beloved ones. If we c…

CORONAVIRUS : Do we need to PANIC?

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Don't worry. You can protect yourself from getting infected. Since it's a viral infection, there is no specific treatment for this to date and there is no vaccine too. So what should we do? PANIC! No. We say it's not that dangerous. If we take proper care of ourselves, we will be completely fine. This virus is new for scientists too so it is taking time to find a treatment. However, the most important method to protect ourselves is to increase our immunity by the following means. Such as, 
Eat healthyDrink a lot of waterWash your hands properly for 20 secs with the renewed WHO stepsSleep at least 8 hoursExercise dailyAvoid animals as much as you canAvoid the crowd.Do not shake hands or hugs, rather do NAMASTE to greet people or friends.Stay warmUse masks properly and responsiblyQuarantine yourself if you feel like you have a fever or cold and see a doctor.Avoid physical contact as much as possibleFollow WHO guidelines.


You can check our poster for preventive measures, The mo…

DENTAL TREATMENT CAMP: Madhepura

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One day Dental Treatment Camp: Madhepura A one day mini dental treatment camp was conducted in Madhepura led by Dr Vijay Sah. We treated the most needed patients who were waiting for a long time for the treatment. Dr Vijay checked some 50 patients and treated 15 patients. Due to insufficient materials, we managed to do extractions of some patients and referred some patients to higher centers for the further treatment. 



During screening, We found 90% people affected with the dental problems. The Dental Center is must needed in the particular area, that will benefit some 5000 people. We are looking for the helping organizations.

FLOOD RELIEF MATERIAL DISTRIBUTION: Mahottari, Nepal

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Day 2: Flood Relief Materials Distribution

Due to heavy rain from July 12, 2019 in Nepal, many regions of Nepal were affected by heavy flood and landslides. The people in Mahottari were affected more and thousands of people got displaced from their houses. They were looking for food and shelter, the most basic emergency need. Indu Sah Foundation recognized the need by observing the affected area and our team chose the most underprivileged people and we distributed the necessary relief materials by the help of other organizations.
The distribution program was on July 30, 2019 and Indu Sah Foundation helped the underprivileged flood victims of Leuri, Mahottari, Janakpur with the materials they needed the most. That includes food packets, clothings, tents, mosquito nets, soaps. We distributed total of 354 families in two days. On day two, we distributed materials to 160 families if Leuri 10, Mahottari. There are people still waiting for help but due to insufficient funds we managed to hel…

FLOOD RELIEF MATERIAL DISTRIBUTION: Mahottari, Nepal

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Day 1: Flood Relief Materials Distribution

Due to heavy rain from July 12, 2019, in Nepal, many regions of Nepal were affected by heavy floods and landslides. The people in Mahottari were affected more and thousands of people got displaced from their houses. They were looking for food and shelter, the most basic emergency need. Indu Sah Foundation recognized the need by observing the affected area and our team chose the most underprivileged people and we distributed the necessary relief materials with the help of other organizations.
The distribution program was on July 29, 2019, and Indu Sah Foundation helped the underprivileged flood victims with the materials they needed the most. That includes food packets, clothing, tents, mosquito nets, soaps. We distributed a total of 354 families in two days. On day one, we distributed materials to 194 families if Loharpatti 2, Mahottari. There are people still waiting for help but due to insufficient funds, we managed to help 354 families.
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NEPAL FLOOD 2019: A Report

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Due to heavy rainfall since July 12, Friday, Death toll from floods and landslides triggered has reached 43 until 9 PM on Saturday, according to the latest bulletin published by Nepal Police.Twenty four people have gone missing, 20 have been injured and 1104 people have been rescued across the country.
5 people died each in Lalitpur and Bhojpur districts, 4 in Makwanpur, three people each in Kathmandu, Khotang, Okhaldhunga and Kavre districts, two people each in Dhading, Jhapa and Sinduli, and one person each in Palpa, Parsa, Ramechhap, Illam, Sunsari, Bara, Rauthat, Siraha, Dhanusha, Chitwan and Dolpa. Out of 43 people who lost their lives, 18 are women and 25 are men.
Four people in Makwanpur, 3 in Dhankuta two each in Kavre, Bhojpur, Sunsari and Sindhuli and one person each in Khotang, Dhading, Chitwan, Dolakha and Ramechhap have been injured. Six people in Sindhuli, 3 each in Ilam and Morang and one person each in Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Panchthar, Jhapa, Udayapur, Sunsari, Parsa, Mahott…

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