Help Regain Life to 10 people of Nepal

by Birat Nepal Medical Trust
Help Regain Life to 10 people of Nepal


In the last one month alone, 10 youths from Dhiyal village of Nepal were identified with mental problems. As a result of poor financial condition, they couldn't afford any treatment which has led them to live a miserable and desolated life. Your little help will support them to get treatment and regain their normal life.

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18 year old Bijay returned home semiconsciously from Malaysia due to physical abuse. He has trauma and anxiety. He was referred to district hospital but couldn't afford cost of treatment, transportation and the logistics. Like Bijay, 9 other people in the same village were identified with different mental problems, living miserably and outcast by the society. Their families plea for help but haven't been able to find the right support. These 10 people need immediate treatment.


Through this fund, BNMT Nepal will refer these 10 patients with mental illness to higher hospitals and help them get treatment. This fund will support them in their treatment, along with their caretakers by providing logistic support, covering the transportation cost, and other catastrophic cost encountered in course of treatment for at least six months.

Long-Term Impact

These people after treatment will be able to live normal life with respect and dignity in the society. They will become mentally strong, be able to cope with stress and to embrace future challenges and contribute to their communities.


Organization Information

Birat Nepal Medical Trust

Location: Kathmandu - Nepal
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Birat Nepal Medical Trust
Suman Gurung
Project Leader:
Suman Gurung
Kathmandu, Nepal

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