6th to 22nd October 2020, Kathmandu to Kathmandu
2020 Fall Medical Trek
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2019 HHC Midyear Report
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Successful 2019 Fall Medical Trek!
Sep 17 to Oct 3 In northern Dhading villages of Nepal

Seven medical doctors, one nurse practitioner and one emergency tech joined HImalayan HealthCare team and ten local health providers to serve 865 patients from Tipling, Sertung and Lapa villages during the two-week Nepal trek. We are most grateful to the international participants and the local health providers.   

2018 HHC Midyear report
2018 HHC Midyear report
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Read Himalayan HealthCare's 2016 Annual Report

Read our 2016 annual report detailing our continued earthquake relief and recovery efforts after 2015 as well as our core programming providing healthcare, education and income-generation opportunities in rural Nepal.

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JeevanKala crafts are now available on and also order from Buffalo, NY

To purchase JeevanKala handicrafts on, please click here. Just in time for the holidays, our fair trade, eco-friendly crafts are now available! You can also order from our store in Buffalo New York. Please send an email to 

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You can help Himalayan HealthCare achieve its goals by donating time, services or money

If you are interested in donating medical equipment or supplies, or in working with HHC, please contact us for more details.

how is himalayan healthcare helping?
We are a not-for-profit organization that has been helping the rural poor in Nepal since 1992

Our goal has always been to help the people in Nepal to help themselves, and we seek to make a lasting difference in their lives.


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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.