28 May 2019
Rabi Lamichhane, a well-known media person of Nepal who runs a popular show called “Sidha Kura Janta sanga”, is landing in Melbourne for a charity dinner this Friday, 31 May at Estonian House, Brunswick. The charity dinner is organised to raise fund for Raskot community hospital in Kalikot.
Kalikot residents are suffering due to lack of proper health services and facilities. Raskot community hospital project aims to build a hospital with proper equipment and better facilities to save more lives in Kalikot. Rabi Lamichhane and his team are supporting the cause with the help of community members.
The ticket price for the charity dinner is $50 with three course meal and $35 for students after a special discount. $15 from the ticket money will be donated to the charity.
The programme has been organised by My Nepal Television (MNTV) in association with Nepalese Association of Victoria (NAV) and Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) Victoria.
Lamichhane and his team are touring Australia currently while interacting with students. The team is coming to Melbourne after an interaction programme in Sydney last Friday and will fly to Perth after the charity dinner in Melbourne.