The barriers to health delivery and access to care in the developing world have numerous origins. From poverty and education, to environmental and cultural factors, the immense complexity of the problem demands innovative, dynamic, and comprehensive treatment models. Through a 5 week research and observational internship at Dhulikhel Hospital, in Dhulikhel Nepal, I was able to observe how the public health and community outreach arm or the hospital engaged in an effective model of delivery incorporating community participation, economic development, an innovative collaboration.
Recommended CitationAdeniyi, Abdul-Razaq, "Health Care Delivery and Community Development in Rural Nepal" (2013). CWiC-PH. Poster 1.