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Suren cares for an elderly man at the ambulance post in Nimbong.
A trained health worker takes the blood pressure of a patient in Barbhot.
A mother living in a "landslide camp" holds her newborn baby. The birth was attended by ECTA staff.
ECTA's ambulances traverse some of the roughest roads in the world to link people to the care they need
A elderly woman who fell from a cliff is evacuated on a bamboo stretcher by ECTA staff and the community.
"The Rhino" serves the remote Nimbong/ Barbhot region.
Binod Rai teaches the children of Daragaon at an ECTA supported primary school.
Saran and Binnu convey laboring mothers to the hospital in "The Donkey".
Simon uses "The Elephant" to link patients in need of higher level care to the hospitals of Siliguri.
Arjun Rai faithfully educates a village. After 6 years of sacrificial service, he now receives a livable wage.
Children walk across mountains and through monsoon rains to receive an education.
Purna has been an ambulance driver with us since 2011.
ECTA's ambulances are setting a new standard of Emergency Medical Transport in the region.
Ryan loves to present interactive and humorous Commuity Health Awareness programs in Nepali.
ECTA works with a vast array of groups which bring better healthcare and education to their communities.
Sushila Didi, an Auxiliary Nurse Midwife, is one the Health Trainers working with ECTA/HIMserve.
Ryan records a patient's history at a Health Camp in Nav Gaon.
Rice terraces in the village of Pemling
Silma Rai studied at R.S.A in Daragaon. Now she is at the top of her high school class in the city.
Interactive learning and constructive play is almost completely absent in India, R.S.A is setting a new trend.
"One Laptop Per Child" computers in the hands of students in an un-electrified, road-less village.
Sobhit Rai holds his newborn niece. Sophie was "born into love" and cared for by a trained midwife.
The beautiful people of Himalayas set a profound example with their generosity and hospitality.
A feeding program conducted at the Health Center reduced malnutrition rates for 40% to less than 5%.
Daragaon bands together to build their own Health Center built with locally donated time and materials.
Girls of the Rai tribe dance to celebrate Independence Day.
The women in Himalayas are looking for ways to serve their communities as well as they do their families.
Rugged roads battered every year by monsoon rains are the only weak link to essential services.
Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world, looms over Sikkim and the Darjeeling District.
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