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India constructs 25 bedded maternity hospital in Nepal

Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri inaugurated the Chandra Narayan Yadav Memorial Maternity Hospital in Siraha district on Wednesday. 

The Hospital will provide quality maternity and health care services to the people of 50 Village Development Committees in and around Siraha district. 

It will also help in reducing maternal and child mortality rate. The Hospital will be run by the Chandra Narayan Yadav Memorial Trust on no profit-no loss basis.

The new infrastructure has been constructed with the Government of India’s grant of 26.90 million Nepali Rupees.

It has a minor and major OTs, ICU, CCU, rooms for doctors, nurses, store and administration and medical equipment etc. 

Health is one of the core areas of cooperation between India and Nepal. 

Several health posts, nursing campuses maternity centres, eye hospitals, naturopathy hospitals have been undertaken under Government of India’s Small Development Project scheme.


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