'Medical Clown' adds smiles to faces of children, elderly
A trained 'medical clown from Israel is on a visit to Nepal to add some more smiles to the faces of children and elderly people.
Smadar Harpak, who has theater background and more than 10 years experience in medical clowning, is on a three day campaign to Nepal.
Her mission is to spread happiness and interact with street children at Heart Beat organisation, elderly at Old age Home in Pashupatinath and children from Orphanage Home and Child Protection Center with her skill learnt through medical clowning, the Israeli Embassy said in a statement.
"Medical clowning helps medical professionals relate to acutely and chronically ill children by using laughter to endure painful and stressful medical procedures," said the embassy. nepalnews.com