All posts tagged: "Kanti"

  1. Supplies at The Burns-Unit

    For many years, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen has been closely involved in aiding the Burns Unit of Kanti Children’s Hospital. At the request of the supervisor of the Burns Unit, and with the support of the Kiwanis Club, we were able to provide the Burns Unit with a full year’s supply…

  2. Friends from Hong Kong!

    Shenpen Health has a long-term program in the Burns Unit of Kanti Children’s Hospital. Twice a month, we try to smooth the suffering of the small patients by distributing goody bags to each of them. With the financial support of Chance for Nepal (UK), we delivered 283 Goody-Bag’ in 2016.…

  3. Special Project at the Burns Unit

    This year in June at the request of the In-charge (IC) of Burns Unit and with support from the Kiwanis Club, we were successful in delivering the following supplies at the Kanti Children’s Hospital Burns Unit which will benefit the twenty-two patients, their relatives, visitors and staff at the Burns…

  4. Gifts from Boston

    On March 28, 2017, Shenpen has distributed 20 Goody Bags to the children containing soft toys, color book, crayons and chocolates which came all the way from Boston, USA from Kristy Walter in the Burns Unit. Thank you Kristy for your continued support to Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen and many thanks goes…

  5. New TV at The Burns Unit

    We have organized to place a 32 inch- flat screen TV and a DVD player for the play room on the Burns Unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital with funds and love from CHANCE for NEPAL (UK). The playroom is a place,  where mothers, their relations and the children themselves can interact,…

  6. Donate Toys: Kanti Children’s Hospital – Burns Unit

      Patients in the burn ward often stay for long periods of time for treatment. Many of these children spend many weeks, and in some cases, a few months recovering from burns. Some children are of school age and we would like to support their recovery by giving them some playtime.…

  7. Burns in Children

    The predominant causes of burn injuries to children attending Kanti Children’s Hospital are from hot liquids or steam. Another main cause of burns to the children are due to fire.  People living in remote areas still rely on firewood to cook food and as a result sometimes a small baby playing nearby…

  8. Prince Harry's visit to Burns-Unit

    Kanti Children’s Hospital in Kathmandu treats children up to the age of 14 and was established in 1963. Prince Harry spent time touring the hospital’s facilities and meeting with staff and patients. The Prince visited the Burns -Unit and met 16 children aged between 11 months and 11 years. In…