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Temporary Shelters in Earthquake Affected Areas



25th April 2015 came out to be the dark day to Nepal as the Earthquake with the magnitude of 7.8 Richter scale hit hard causing death toll reach 8631. Thousands of people became injured and thousands became homeless. People are in desperate need of safe shelter.

With the aim of helping people who lost their house in this earthquake, Annapurna Neurological Institute has been building temporary shelter for the people in real need. Till now ANI has built 20 houses and the number is increasing. Some people and few organizations have donated in Neuro-foundation Nepal in order to help ANI build more temporary shelter and we are tirelessly involved in building  and also training the locals to build on their own. We are making this small effort but blessings and words of thanks that we got from people made us feel that it was so much for them. We were more energized to  move further and build more shelters.

 NESON‘s CME hosted by ANIAS

We hosted very interactive  CME of NESON (Nepalese Society of Neurosurgeons) on Neurovascular Compressive Syndrome. The topics and the speakers were:
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    Topics                                                                  Speakers

Anatomy and Pathophysiology           Dr. Chandra Prakash Limbu

Clinical Presentations                               Dr. Pranaya Shrestha

Non-surgical Management                    Dr. Reema Rajbhandari

Surgical Techniques of MVD                 Dr. Basant Pant

One topic was covered so that the knowledge disseminated would be better this way. Prof. Upendra P. Devkota  and Dr. Krishna Sharma were the moderators.

Dr. Pravesh Rajbhandari gave the welcome speech while Dr Samir Acharya gave the vote of thanks.


There were altogether 60 participants and the CME was followed by nice evening interaction and cocktail dinner.

Special thanks to Yetichem Distributors for their generous Sponcership


 Intraoperative Neuromonitoring

Dr. Rupendra Adhikari final year neurosurgery resident of Hiroshima University & the previous staff of Annapurna Neuro hospital presented his experience on intraoperative neuromonitoring.

Dr.rupendra          Group

Annapurna Neurological Institute and Allied Sciences (अन्नपूर्ण  न्यूरोलोजिकल ईन्स्टीच्युट एण्ड एलाईड साईन्सेस) running 7th batch of 3 months Critical Care Training from Feb 1, 2015.

6th Anniversary of Anias  on Feb 8, 2015





 Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Project 

 ANIAS presented Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Project to Israeli Ambassador His Excellency Mr. Yaron Mayer and his team.


Maitighar, Kathmandu, Nepal