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Kidney failure patient from a remote village in Rolpa appeals for help

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  Kathmandu, Nepal      September 07 2016

Binita Oli, who originally hails from a remote village in Rolpa is seen receiving dialysis service in Human Organ Transplant Centre, Bhaktapur, on Wednesday, September 7, 2016. Photo: RSS

 
KATHMANDU: A kidney failure patient from a remote village in Rolpa has appealed to members of the public for monetary help for her treatment.
 
Binita Oli, who originally hails from Ota VDC-8 of Rolpa, currently lives with her husband Lalsingh Oli in a rented-room at Byasi of Bhaktapur while her two daughters live with their grandmother in the village.
 
She has been receiving dialysis service at Bhaktapur-based Human Organ Transplant Centre for over a year now, which costs at least Rs 50,000 per month.
 
The Oli family who are already bearing a huge debt have been suggested by doctors for a kidney transplant, which would cost at least Rs 300,000 to Rs 500,000.
 
Having no source of regular income, their financial status is critical.
 
Anyone willing to lend a helping hand to ailing Binita is requested to contact Lalsingh at 9808686903 or 9841392960. RSS