Our friend Thinle, from the movie Himalaya has just passed away in Chekpa, Nepal.Our most sincere condolences.
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.
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.
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!
We have been plating seeds everywhere for about a year, and our expedition is moving ON…
We will be arriving in KTM March 15th at 1930 in the evening in a flight from New Delhi. We will be bringing as a gift for the Bir Hospital dept. of anesthesia, a U-Blok ultrasound system that has come from donations to our fund.
We are raising money for our campaign in Nepal, is not too late to help us. You can help with a donation, or you can provide medical supplies for our cause.
Here is the link for the Donation: https://fundrazr.com/
We are donating for FREE as a gift for the Bir Hospital dept. in Katmandu, a U-Blok ultrasound system.
The expedition will be in Katmandu in March. Our partner Interson, is donating an anesthesia probe, Wicis.Inc donates the software, and with the money that we raised we will buy the Tablet for them.
COMPASSION, COMPASSION, COMPASSION
#GivingTuesday Help Nepal and I’ll send you a beautiful book, https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/913FR3
I am still in shock. I visited the Visit to The American Buddhist CS, Fremont last Friday. My experience was awful. They treated so rudely when I asked them to help us to promote our book inside their community in exchange for help for Nepal. I opened the book, “The Snow Leopard – A Pictorial Companion” and I explained that the the proceeds from the book are goingto mHealthkarma, a non-profit that helps bring affordable medical technology and teaching to Nepal. The Chinese manager kicked me out, and refused to listen to me… What kind of Buddhism is this, with no compassion?