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It is hard to see the number of lives being lost to COVID-19, and to grasp the toll it is taking on our families, as well as our medical professionals.
COVID-19 reminds us that we are all connected and all vulnerable, regardless of our wealth or privilege.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to act and think together to protect ourselves, as well as the families and communities we care for across the globe. The single most valuable intervention to control this outbreak is our individual actions, taken together, and done thinking of each other.
Together, we have the opportunity to reduce the suffering and deaths, especially in locations where the outbreak is just beginning.
In countries like Nepal, where Possible has supported universal health access to especially vulnerable communities, the call to action is urgent and the moment to respond is now.
Possible is collaborating with others to prepare a timely response.
We are working with urgency to secure requisite supplies and equipment to sustain quality patient care, protect providers from infection, and to test and identify cases. We are sharing resources, information on clinical best practices, and communication to control spread.
Possible is working with Nyaya Health Nepal to support a dedicated team of Nepali doctors, nurses, and health workers to respond to the outbreak in line with the Government of Nepal and World Health Organization guidance. They have planned clinical work flows to maintain quality services and timely referral for all patients, established isolation rooms, reinforced infection control protocols, and updated electronic systems to capture COVID-19 surveillance data.
At home, our medical advisors are working in US hospitals caring for patients, while the rest of our team works from home to galvanize actions and mobilize resources to control this outbreak.
Your contribution will be a valued part of our global response.
Your support will help reduce the suffering and loss from COVID-19, as well as build capacity to control future outbreaks that impact all of us.
We are in this together, and together we can impact the change. We hope that you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.
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