Jumla, Nov. 12: The Karnali Academy of Health Sciences (KAHS), Jumla is set to start a free health camp for conflict victims of 13 districts from mid November this year. Discussions relating to their rehabilitation would also be held on the occasion.
The beneficiaries will be provided with free food, and two-way transport fare, said the KAHS.
The project proposed by the KAHS has been approved from the Peace Fund Secretariat under the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction. Earlier on November 11, an agreement to this effect was signed amid a programme between Executive Director of the Fund Secretariat Hari Prasad Pandey, and vice chancellor of the KAHS Rajendra Raj Wagle. RSS
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