Local Detroit doctor has been helping to improve quality in life in Nepal since 1983

A desperate search for survivors and a frantic effort to help the wounded as the body count climbs higher after an earthquake in Nepal. 

Saturday, Amy Lange sat down with local doctor Richard Keidan whose foundation, Detroit2Nepal does work in the villages there.

Dr. Keidan has been traveling to Nepal since 1983 working to improve public health, health care and education opportunities for children in remote Himalayan villages of Nepal and in the greater Detroit area, according to the foundations mission on it website.

If you'd like to know more regarding the Detroit2Nepal Foundation, here is link: http://detroit2nepal.org/.

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