Dooley Intermed is determined to help the young orphans of Nepal on an ongoing basis, and your contributions are making their dreams come true. We first began helping orphans in Nepal in 2007, when we discovered a group of children sleeping on straw mats on bare floors, with tattered clothing, non-existent healthcare, minimal opportunities for school, and very little food.
In November of 2018 we embarked on the most ambitious project in the 60+ year history of Dooley Intermed International. Working with our Nepal based partners, Mission Himalaya & Reiyukai Eiko Masunaga Eye Hospital we are helping fund the construction of a new 3-story Eye Hospital in Nepal near the border of India.
Update 9/1/2022 Grand Opening September 23rd 2022
Our sincere thanks to everyone who has helped support the construction of this brand-new Eye Hospital in Nepal. Scott Hamilton, president of Dooley InterMed, was there for the grand opening, along with Dooley InterMed director, Dr. Indira Kairam, who has been a tireless supporter of this project. Working with our partner organizations in Nepal we continue to hold outreach “eye camps” utilizing the building and its surgical facilities to provide sight-restoring surgeries. We hope to host an ongoing series of outreach camps.
Your support is already providing the gift of sight to hundreds of people in this impoverished area. Please help us if you can.
Kaziranga is a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)World Heritage Site, a forest preserve, and breeding habitat for elephants, tigers, water buffaloes, and swamp deer on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in India.
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