Covid-19 Test Kits Delivered in Tanzania

Zara Charity and mHealthKarma delivered the Covid-19 Test Kits to the local Clinic in Karatu, Tanzania. A clinic where the Masai kids and all people under Zara Charity get medical help. Everything went well. The Covid testing kits were donated by a Washoe Native American community, in Gardnerville ( NV) and the shipment expenses were covered by our friend and Doctor Hanns Seitz. Thank you for your kindly contributions. 

Local Clinic in Karatu, Tanzania with Covid-19 Test Kits

Rural Health mHealthKarma making healthcare possible for ALL


Everyone, from the Desert in the Sierra Nevada to the foothills in Nepal, or the streets of San Francisco, deserves high-quality and affordable healthcare.

In the most remote areas and in the richest cities, San Francisco too many people lack access. Our integrated care model operates from the hospital to the home. Our work starts in rural Nevada.

The purpose of mHealthKarma is to provide an integrated healthcare solution to rural healthcare facilities to achieve efficiencies in management, expand access to everyone, and improve the quality of essential health care services; and strengthen the rural health care system as a whole using our TeleHealth platform during COVID-19.



Is my donation tax-deductible?

Yes, mHealthKarma  is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization, has not provided any goods or services, in whole or in part, to you in consideration for this voluntary cash contribution. Our tax ID is 47-274517316112515_10154056834106968_6754863219864475026_o

Help Nepal and I’ll send you a beautiful book

Would you offer

a most memorable book to a loved one, and by doing so, trigger a most useful medical gift to the people of Nepal.

Take part in our “Snow Leopard for Medical Technology” campaign.

And in return receive

a companion book to Peter Matthiessen’s award winning novel that documents for you with magnificent photography the Himalayan region of Upper Dolpo in Nepal.The Snow Leopard – A Pictorial Companion, by Dr. L. S. Montejo, follows the path that Matthiessen and Schaller took, with exquisite images and quotes.

Biologist and naturalist, George Schaller called this companion book “magnificent”. This 120 page highest quality book is a must-have for anybody who has read and enjoyed The Snow Leopard (1980 National Book Award for non-fiction).

mHealthkarma, a non-profit organization, is here to offer you this beautiful book in exchange for a tax-deductible contribution that we will donate in its entirety to the medical community of Nepal in the form of medical equipment and teaching.

Our projects involve bringing affordable high tech medical devices, along with teaching on how to use them, to Nepal, a country much in need of this kind of help.

Ultrasound is a medical technology that is useful in many critical situations, is non-invasive, and can save many lives. It can be used in obstetrics, emergency room evaluations, and as a tool for making surgery painless without the risks of general anesthesia.

Help give this technology to teaching hospitals in Nepal, while offering yourself or a loved one this very special book. We already donated one ultrasound in March 2016 and we are looking to donate an ultrasound along with a portable monitor this year. Please help us!


Let’s Help Ecuador!

On the anniversary of the Nepal earthquake, another earthquake struck in Ecuador.

One year ago today, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 8,000 people and injuring more than 21,000. It was the worst natural disaster to strike Nepal in over 80 years.  On Saturday April 16, another major earthquake struck – this time in Ecuador.

Mhealthkarma has already come together again in support to the Ecuador disaster. We are preparing our campaign to help with mobile healthcare aid. Let’s start rebuilding Ecuador.

Ultrasound Campaign Update

We are so happy to announce that we raised funds for our cause. We asked for money to friends, institutions, Facebook and twitter followers. Is hard to believe that the support was not that great, but we did not give up, and we raised enough money to BUY and ultrasound.  We are donating an ultrasound U-Blok Turbo to the poorest hospital in Katmandu along with training next month.


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The system is ready to be shipped next month along with a 3 days anesthesia course in Katmandu! Thanks to all the people and followers that helped us to make this a success!