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In each of our projects we attach great importance to a detailed analysis of the structure and the social environment of the target  group. It is also very important to make it clear to the groups involved that no support is given without own contribution by the  village people.

We only give support if there is a reasonable and urgent requirement  that will not be covered by state institutions now or in the distant future. There is no medical care available in remote villages like Balchaur or Amthang and we do not expect this to change in the future.
 

It makes sense to build up a medical  care system under these  circumstances. Little Stars always concentrates on providing care for children. There is hardly any money available for medical treatment in  these villages so this is where our help starts.
The first rule is free medical care for children. This motivates mothers to bring their children along for treatment. We offer basic medical care and once the children are under medical treatment it is a lot easier to send the parents to a far away hospital if this is necessary for the treatment of serious diseases. Treatment at the  hospital is also free of charge but the families must provide food and drink. This alone is often more than families can manage. We have  been able to offer help in some serious cases.

Number of Treatments in our Health Posts:

Balchaur:
After opening the Balchaur Health Post in 2013, just under 1,800 patients with different medical problems were treated. In 2017 the number of patients already exceeded 3.300.

Amthang:
Our new Health Post in Amthang was inaugurated in March 2015 and  destroyed soon after by the earthquake. Our medical service was  continued in provisional accommodation and nearly 1,100 treatments were  provided in 2015. In 2017 nearly 1,700 patients were treated in our new reconstructed building.

Okharpauwa:
Our provisional Health Post at Mahalaxmi School provided 1,750 treatments in 2015 after the earthquake and more than 2,400 in 2016 then in new rooms. Due staff changes the number of treatments temporarily reduced to 1,200 in 2017.

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