"We believe that medical care is a basic human right; that no individual should suffer or die just because he or she is too poor to pay for it."
Nepal's first ultra modern dental lab was established on 1, January, 2000 with the help of GMZ, Associatio for Medical Technical Co-operation and Gehse Dental Technik,GmbH. These German organizations helped in the setting up of the laboratory. The German Embassy in Kathmandu helped with the construction. Dentaurum provided part of its annual requirement of raw materials. Anjali Mali and Sapana Shrestha received their two year training in Germany at Gehse Denatl Technik and Dentaurum.The lab now has seven personnel.
10 year old Sumshere Gurung from the remote village of Chamdila Village of Puranokote VDC in Lamjhung District is suffering from a rare disease “neurofibromatosis”.read more
7 year old Lakpa Sherpa is suffering from a rare disease called congenital anamoly of ears and nose. His nose and ears closed on its own when he was 3.read more
9 year old Jyoti Khadka fell down a hill in remote Sindhuli District while tending to her family goats. She broke her left thigh bone.read more