November 30, 2021
GivingTuesday is finally here! Thanks to all of your support, we’ve already raised the funds for two satellite phones and two sleeping bags for emergencies or disasters that the BEAR medical teams often face in the field. This means nurses and doctors will have the added protection during dangerous remote emergency rescue operations in Bhutan. These items are a big leap toward helping the BEAR team stay equipped with vital equipment, but they still need your help!
Please give today to help purchase four personal deployment kits for BEAR members! We still need about $4,800 to make this happen and any amount helps.
Hear the BEAR Team in Their Own Words in the Short Video Interviews Below
No one knows the struggles and triumphs of emergency medical care quite as personally as the doctors, nurses, and support staff at BEAR team. That’s why we’re excited to share what it’s like on the ground and in the air with the BEAR team directly from the staff themselves! We invite you to check out the interviews below for firsthand stories about BEAR rescues and challenges.
Interview with Dr. Urvashi Sharma of BEAR Team.
Interview with Mr. Cheki Wangchuk of BEAR Team.
Interview with the Father of the Baby Born in the Air During a BEAR Team Rescue