When? – The Timeline

  • The Project starts

    Designing the project started in 2020.


    In November 2020 our team members were invited to participate in the Angels' Initiative "Train-the-Trainer-Workshop".


    In June 2021 we received the approval of the GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit) for conceptual and financial support.

  • World Stroke Day 2021

    #Precioustime | Medical Education and Public Awareness Events were a great success in different cities in Nepal

  • Workshop in Chitwan Medical College

    Our first 2-day workshop in CMC was great. Already now looking forward to meet this team for a Follow-Up!

  • Workshop in Manipal Teaching Hospital

    Lectures and interactive sessions with Dr. Raju Paudel, Dr. Pradesh Ghimire and Dr. Christine Tunkl. 

  • Public Health Campaign

    The Stroke Awareness Campaign will be launched in February 2022.

  • Nepalganj

    Inviting physicians to discuss how we can implement stroke care in Nepalganj. And meeting Nepalganj's JayCees.


    Two weeks after the Stroke Awareness Campaign was launched online, we have reached 1 million people in Nepal. 


    ...was established in Western Regional Hospital! Congratulations!

  • MARCH 2022

    Yeay - Stroke care in BPKIHS is enhanced to the next level


    Great to include the team of Koshi Hospital into our stroke community in Nepal!

  • Hello Lumbini

    Devdaha Medical College engaged to Stroke Care in our two-Day Workshop!

  • Janakpur

    150 physicians from different hospitals in Janakpur joined a Stroke Care Evening!

  • Free Stroke Camp - Janaki Mandir

    Wow - Screening for risk factors and medical counseling in front of Janaki Mandir!

  • TikTok

    Let's get Public Awareness on TikTok! Check our new TikTok-Channel!

  • Stroke Master Class

    Stroke Masterclass in Pokhara with different lectures!

  • Stroke Care Advocacy

    Is an ongoing effort and we are proud to work closely with WHO and Ministry of Health and Population!


    A remarkable workshop session with more than 30 physicians in Narayanghat organized by Synergy and Krishna Dhungana!

  • Angels' Train the Trainer- workshop

    Neurologits (actually neuroradiologists) from Nepal participated in the 2-day Workshop in Mainz and learned how to teach stroke stroke in their hospitals. 

  • Online session - Intracerebral hemorrhage

    Online session by Dr. Raju Paudel on September 1st was attended by more then forty physicians

  • World Stroke Congress 2022

    And Nepal Stroke Project was part of it =) What an inspiring time in Singapore - new friendships, new ideas ... and Nepal Stroke Project presented =)


    A weekly newsletter is sent to our new community of 100 nurses from all over Nepal.

  • B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences

    The first nurses workshop in BPKIHS...


    ....was immediately followed by a workshop for nurses in Manipal Teaching Hospital. 

  • Jubilee

    It's already our 10th session of the monthly online lectures!


    The stroke unit of Koshi was funded by WHO - now let's get it running!


    8 lectures. 2 hours Hands-On-Training. 70 participants. 23 hospitals. 2 days. and 1 TEAM!


    Dr Ashim Subedi and Dr Ram Chandra participated in our Train-the-Trainer-Workshop in Mainz


    Welcome to our Nepal Stroke community!

  • Angels’ Train-the-Trainer Workshop

    Dr. Mahesh Raj & Ramala(?) participated in the 2-day Angels’ Train-the-Trainer Workshop in Mainz and visited Heidelberg. 

  • Nursing Conference Kathmandu

    The first - ever stroke nurses conferences in Nepal was a huge success!

  • GIZ Hospital Partnerships Meeting Kathmandu

    followed by a 3-day workshop on results-based project management

  • Angels’ Train-the-Trainer Workshop

    This time attended by our two lovely nurses

  • First Steering Group Meeting

    Representatives of all participating hospitals as well as our teams from Germany and Nepal got together to discuss the current progress and upcoming steps and goals.

  • let's revise NIHSS

    Online NIHSS-Training for doctors and nurses from Surkhet hospital

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