New hospital hopes help lives


Construction is anticipated to recoil quickly on the mothers and babies rest home core built by Australians for Women's Health in Bhimeshwa (also branded as Charikot), a borough in the country's north-east.
Dr Hodgson held he hoped it would relieve loads of women and children, principally individuals with pregnancy complications.
"Most women in rural Nepal free at home-based and that's someplace a large amount deaths appear for mums and babies," he said.
"To put it in perspective, to get away from a protect in pregnancy in Australia is in actual fact rare, it's about six for each 100,000 births.
"In Nepal every four hours a nurse dies, and every 15 minutes a baby dies — regularly from avertable causes."