HHC's Spring 2017 Medical/Dental Trek in Nepal

HHC's Spring 2017 Medical/Dental Trek in Nepal
Join us in Nepal from March 22 to April 6 for our Spring 2017 25th Anniversary trek to the Ganesh Himal.
Trek through Nepal's Ganesh Himal mountain range with Himalayan HealthCare
 
Physicians, dentists, nurses, physician assisstants and mental health workers, as well as teachers, veterinarians, agricultural technicians and other volunteers--including family members--are invited to join this two-week trek in a remote region of the Himalayas to support and train local health providers to help them treat hundreds of villagers who have little to no access to regular health care.
 
Trek dates are March 24 to April 4, 2017. Participants will be asked to arrive in Kathmandu no later than March 22 and depart no sooner than April 6, allowing ample time to adjust to the altitude and any potential changes to the trek itinerary.
 
Trekkers will be supported by a team of medical and trek staff, including porters. Medical work will be empirical at best with little diagnostic support.
 
The highest point on the trek will be approximately 13,000 feet, and trekkers will see some of the beautiful peaks of Nepal's Ganesh Himal mountain range. As tents, luggage and other materials will be portered in, all you will need to carry with you is a day pack.
 
The trek fee is $3,100 and does not include airfare to and from Nepal or hotel stay in Kathmandu.
 
To apply, please submit an online application using the following link: https://form.jotform.com/himalayanhealthcare/hhcspring2017trek
 
Applications will be considered on a first-come-first-served basis and we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
 
For additional information, please see the tentative trek itinerary and basic information packet.
 
If you have questions concerning the application, please contact Anil Parajuli at anilhhc@gmail.com or Soni Parajuli at parajuli.soni@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing you in Nepal!
 

All net proceeds from the handicraft sales are used to fund primary health care, medical and educational projects, giving to those involved in the production process a sense of pride that comes by helping and sustaining many others, in even greater need than themselves. Jeevankala