Health services arrive at door step in Bhotekoshi
Sindhupalchowk, 22 November (2020) - Locals of Listi Kangla in ward no.1 of Bhotekoshi rural municipality are now no longer compelled to walk four hours to see medical service.
A health post has been established in the village itself, ensuring services at their doorstep.
The health post came into being after being inaugurated by Minister for Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment Arun Nepal on Saturday.
With this, the locals can now available general health services, including antenatal service and vaccination. The health post was established with special grant from the federal government, according to the rural municipality chair Raj Kumar Poudel.
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