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NEWS UPDATE

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FOUNDATION STONE LAID FOR NEW HOSPICE

October, 2022

KATHMANDU: A foundation stone has been laid for the construction of a new palliative care centre of Hospice Nepal in Dhapakhel, Lalitpur.

Hospice Nepal is a non-profit charity organisation duly registered with the Government of Nepal (Kathmandu CDO Office: Regd.no 1064/057/058; Social Welfare Council Regd.no: 18404).

The organisation has made an acquisition of five ropanis of land at Dhapakhel. After the much-dedicated effort of all those involved in Project Hospice Nepal, the foundation stone was laid on October 11, 2022.
 

THANKS TO
Dr STUART BROWN

September, 2022

During a recent visit to Nepal in September, Stuart Brown was given a special "Thank You" award for his work over many years for Project Hospice Nepal!

UK FUNDRAISING EVENT

July, 2022

BLACKHEATH: A highly successful fundraising dinner was held at the Everest Inn in Blackheath on 25 July 2022. With the help of Everest Inn Helping Hands, over £12,000 was raised for the building of the new hospice in Kathmandu.  Attendees included the local Mayor, Everest Inn owner Yadav Bhandari and Project Hospice Nepal team members Dr Stuart Brown, Emily Brown, Patricia Newland and Clive Newland.  It was a most enjoyable evening with excellent food, wine and raffle prizes.  It is hoped to hold a similar event in the near future.

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FUNDRAISING DINNER AT EVEREST INN

July, 2022

A highly successful fundraising dinner was held at the Everest Inn in Blackheath on 25 July 2022. With the help of Everest Inn Helping Hands, over £12,000 was raised for the building of the new hospice in Kathmandu.  Attendees included the local Mayor, Everest Inn owner Yadav Bhandari and Project Hospice Nepal team members Dr Stuart Brown, Emily Brown, Patricia Newland and Clive Newland.  It was a most enjoyable evening with excellent food, wine and raffle prizes.  It is hoped to hold a similar event in the near future.

NEPAL TEAM SECURE US$84,000 DONATION

February, 2022

Mr. Sharda Ram Bhandary, a Nepal resident, has generously donated US$84,000 divided over 4 different phases of the construction of the new Hospice Nepal.

DAME JOANNA!

January, 2022

Our Ambassador, Joanna Lumley, is made a Dame in the recent New Years Honours List.


The Project Hospice Nepal team are delighted that our Ambassador, Joanna Lumley, has been made a Dame in Her Majesty's New Years Honours List.
 

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LAND TRANSFERRED TO HOSPICE NEPAL

February, 2021

The legal transfer of the land recently purchased by Hospice Nepal has now taken place.

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VISIT BY UK TEAM TO KATHMANDU

February, 2020

In February Pat and Clive Newland (UK), Dr Stuart Brown (NZ), his daughter Emily Brown (UK) and two Canadian oncologists visited Nepal to get a first hand experience of the current situation. The team met up with their Nepalese counterparts and were shown the current eight-bed Hospice Nepal and the land earmarked for the new hospice on the outskirts of Kathmandu. The land has now been secured and building work is expected to commence towards the end of 2020 once sufficient funds have been raised.

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ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!

January, 2020

Well known and much loved for her charity work in Nepal, we are pleased to announce that Joanna Lumley has very kindly agreed to become an Ambassador for Project Hospice Nepal.

Joanna, is a keen human rights activist and well known for her charity work with Nepali organisations, including the Gurkha's. We are most grateful to her for assuming the role as an ambassador for Project Hospice Nepal.

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LAND PURCHASE SECURED

January, 2020

Thanks to fundraising both in Nepal, New Zealand and the UK and, in particular, a grant of US$350.000 from a leading foundation in New York, sufficient funds have now been raised to enable the purchase of the land which lies two miles to the south of the ring road in Kathmandu and is to be the site of the new hospice facility. The focus of fundraising is now for the cost of the construction, the fitting out of the building, the development of palliative care outreach programmes in rural areas and the use of the hospice as an educational centre for the training of palliative care health professionals.

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