Bir Hospital’s COVID wing receives 4.2 million Australian aid

No ads found for this position

Kathmandu, November 25. The Australian government has gifted medical equipment worth Rs 4.2 million to the COVID-19 Unified Central Hospital at the Bir Hospital under the National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS).

According to the public statement issued by the Australian Embassy in Nepal, Ambassador Felicity Volk handed over Intensive Care Unit beds and tools to the hospital. The equipment will be used in building a new emergency ward of the COVID wing.

While addressing the formal ceremony, Ambassador Volk said that the Australian government through its COVID-19 Development Response Plan aims to provide health security assistance to the most vulnerable communities.

Earlier in May, the Australian Government had supplied AU$ 7 million to Nepal-based Lutheran World Federation and other non-government organizations.

No ads found for this position

Facebook Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related News

latest Video