KATHMANDU: Mrs Wendy Marston, Co-founder of BVS-Nepal, has been awarded a British Empire Medal by Her Majesty The Queen in the Birthday Honours List 2015 for her services to survivors of burns in Nepal.
Mrs Marston came to Nepal 37 years ago. Her firsthand experience of burn injuries in Nepal led Mrs Marston to work tirelessly to help improve the quality and provision of burns care.
In 2008, Mrs Marston helped establish BVS-Nepal. The charity is dedicated to providing support for survivors of burns, and aims to ensure that the best possible care and treatment is available to them. BVS-Nepal provides medical treatment, counselling, physiotherapy and nutritional support to burns patients. It also provides recreational activities for the children in the burn ward at Kanti Children’s Hospital.Over the years Mrs Marston has shown selfless dedication to supporting burns victims. BVS-Nepal is working in 12 hospitals across Nepal. BVS-Nepal has now established itself as the only NGO for burns patients in Nepal and consists of a small team of competent and motivated young people dedicated to alleviating this very serious health issue.
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