Together we can

Restore dignity and hope
to the women of Nepal.

Our focus

The 2015 earthquakes in Nepal destroyed or damaged 85% of the medical clinics in the region.

Australians For Women’s Health’s current focus is to raise funds to build a Mothers and Childrens Hospital on the site of the general hospital in Dolakha, in the region of Charikot Nepal.

We also undertake regular medical and surgical ventures in Nepal to provide treatment to underprivileged women and to train to local doctors, nurses and midwives.

Australians for Women's Health Nepal Challenge

Join Claudia Buckby on a special trek with A4WH supporting the incredible work of Dr Ray Hodgson and his team in eastern Nepal. A4WH provides medical and surgical treatment to underprivileged women, and training to local doctors, nurses and midwives.

Heartbreak In The Himalayas

By Dr Ray Hodgson

Based on a true story, Heartbreak in the Himalayas is Dr Ray’s first novel, and it’s a real page-turner.

Set in the foothills of the spectacular Himalayas, Dr Ray takes us on a series of enthralling adventures during a surgical camp in remote Nepal. We meet a group of fascinating characters follow them on their roller-coaster ride as they battle challenge after challenge in this exotic corner of the world.

All profits from the sale of Heartbreak in the Himalayas will fund the construction of a Mothers and Babies Hospital in rural Nepal

How you can help


All donations to (A4WH) will be used exclusively to construct the Mothers and Children Hospital in Charikot, Nepal.


Corporate partners provide crucial funding that allows A4WH to save the lives of mothers and babies in Nepal.


Volunteering is a vehicle for individuals or groups to address human, environmental and social needs.


Buy Dr Ray’s book Heartbreak in the Himalayas. It’s a real page turner and proceeds go towards our cause.

Our numbers
that inspire


Amount raised so far


Hospital build goal


% of total raised


Pay for training a midwife


Pays for an operation to fix a woman suffering with genital prolapse.


Provide medications to prevent life threatening haemorrhages in pregnancy.

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