"Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education."

On Wednesday 6th January 2011 Hari Bhandary from Clinic Nepal presented to a group of EMT students at SOLO Southeast school for wilderness medicine based out of the Nantahala Outdoor Center in North Carolina. The stude nts traveled from as far away as Alaska to participate in a month long intensive medical training class. Many of the students already work as vol unteers for overseas medical projects and have plans to help Hari in the future. SOLO Southeast and NOC are actively involved in medical training throughout the World. In 2010 two expeditions traveled to Belize to build a community health post and train village healthcare workers. NOC plans to send medical students and volunteers to Hari's clinic in February 2012 to help with patient care and construction projects.

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