Public Health in Nepal has always been the prime concern. Lack of proper sanitation, balanced nutrition and enough human resources and health facilities have always been the reasons of epidemic spread in the remote regions of Nepal.
Though the status of public health in Nepal has improved a lot in the recent years but still there are several communities deprived of proper health services. Infant immrtality rate is still high, clean drinking water in all communities is still a problem and the resources to treat the minor epedemic disease are still lacking.
Pioneer Foundation aims to cater the basic health services and health related campaigns in all those remote villages of Nepal, which are still beyond the reach of basic rights to get treated with the minor health related problems.
Our health related campaigns include free health clinics in the remote villages, free awareness events and free distribution of medical supplies to the health posts of remote cmmunites. Moreover, we also aim to construct and run health posts in the villages lacking these services.