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BRINOS : A charity dedicated to the prevention and cure of Ear Disease in Nepal
Neil Weir (Guildford), Bob Mills (Edinburgh), Rob Evans (Swansea), Ellis Simon Edinburgh), Joan Browning (Edinburgh), Buddy and Dorothy Wong (Hong Kong), Adam Shulberg (London), Kashi Gyawali (Kathmandu), Puran Tharu and Tusha Roy (Nepalgunj).
Team members (Damak):
Neil Weir, Bob Mills and Dharma Baskota (Kathmandu).
We arrived in Kathmandu to find the Maoists holding a olitical rally in Durbar quare, something that would have been unthinkable only a few months before.
The Nepalgunj camp was held in the Medical College Hospital at Khoalpur and once again we were supported by the hospital staff, notably the theatre nurses led by Shushila Adikari.
A total of 94 ear operations were carried out 128 hearing aids were issued. The camp was a great success and we managed to avoid the health problems which so often affect team members from outside Nepal! As usual we stayed at the Traveller’s Village and were well fed and cared for by Candy and her team.
As a result of a review of the future direction of our work in Banke and surrounding districts, we decided to return to the Fateh-
We spent four days operating and carried out 12 major ear operations and 6 minor procedures in the AMDA Hospital which serves the camp. We hope that this ‘second front’ against ear disease in Nepal will develop further in the coming years.
Robert Mills (2007)
Neil Weir and Buddy Wong at work
Bhutanese refugee camp, near Damak
Dharma Baskota operating in the AMDA Hospital, Damak
The AMDA Hospital theatre staff with Neil Weir, Bob Mills and Dharma Baskota
The team visit the Fateh-
|Aims & History|
|Sir John Chapple|
|Camp Report 1|
|Camp Report 2|
|Camp Report 3|
|Why we are here|
|Nov 2016 #59|
|March 2016 #58|
|Nov 2015 #57|
|March 2015 #56|
|Nov 2014 #55|
|Nov 2014 #54|
|Early Nov 2010|
|Fame & Roof|
|Up to first floor|
|Tie Beam Complete|
|Securing The Site|