Congratulations to all our students who participated in our most recent Women’s Health Care Training Class!
Working with our partner in Nepal, Heart to Help Organization, Dooley Intermed initiated a series of training programs for female healthcare workers empowering these women with new skills and knowledge to enhance the quality of care rendered in remote villages. Our programs each train 20+ carefully selected candidates from remote villages who participate in an intensive 40-hour training program. Upon successful completion, each graduate receives a comprehensive portable medical kit equipped with a stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, thermometer, scale, medical references, and basic supplies. Most importantly, they are empowered with new knowledge, skills, and the professional contacts needed when more advanced medical advice and referrals are required. The need for this type of training is enormous. Your support will help us continue this very worthwhile program. The cost to conduct a complete training program for 20 women is 5,000 US dollars. This also includes a modest stipend to cover the cost of food and transportation to enable women from very poor villages to attend.