Over 7,000 people benefitted from a two-day medical camp organised by RID 3292 in collaboration with RID 3523, Taiwan. Named Rotary Nepal Taiwan Medical Mission, the camp, coordinated by RC Baglung, was held at the Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital in Baglung. A team of 90 medical experts in various specialisations treated patients and distributed medicines to the needy. Around 150 Rotarians from Taiwan also participated in the programme.
The club sponsored medical equipment for various hospitals. An ECG, ultrasound machine and two dental chairs were donated to the Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital. The Parbat and Damauli District Hospitals got an ultrasound machine each. Governors of RID 3523 and 3292, Joy and Kiran Lal Shrestha participated in the event.