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Chhahari Nepal for Mental Health

Org #18387
Vetted since 2014 Site Visit Verified
2003
year founded
$22,573
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Chhahari Nepal for Mental Health (CNMH) is a non-profit, non-religious, and apolitical Non-Government Organisation (NGO), registered with the Government of Nepal. It was initiated in 2003 and registered as an NGO in 2009. It is dedicated to the vision of a just society, where the mental health needs and well-being of all women, men and children are addressed. Our purpose is to facilitate appropriate support and treatment for the homeless and mentally distressed individuals, so that they can be accepted back into society.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Bidya Maharjan
Bidya Maharjan
Gael Robertson
Gael Robertson
Mo Lama
Mo Lama
Team
Bidya Maharjan, Hikmat Magar, Surendra Pandey
Organization Information
Afaldole, Dhobighat,
RIng Road
Kathmandu, Province 3 GPO 8975
Nepal
+97715188374

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3210867754
Organization Information
Afaldole, Dhobighat,
RIng Road
Kathmandu, Province 3 GPO 8975
Nepal
+97715188374

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3210867754

Project Reports

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Dec 11, 2018
Social Support in Mental Health Recovery
The existence of a strong family support system is the strongest determining factor of an individual’s wellbeing. Social networks can be viewed as social capital. A key method of...
Sep 12, 2018
Positive affects of Social Inclusion
Gita is a 20-year-old female, diagnosed with bi-polar disorder. In the past, as a result of her mental distress, she wandered the streets. This is where CNMH came into contact with her. She is...
Jun 14, 2018
Mental Health Carers Advocacy
  Seventy-year-old Narayan lives in a small house around Patan Durbar square, a UNESCO world heritage site. He takes care of his son Naresh who has been suffering from a mental health problem for...
 
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