Community- Based Psychosocial Capacity Building(1 November 2015 – 31 May 2017)

Project Location : Dolakha, Nuwakot & Sindupalchowk
Project Donor : IsraAID

Target Group: Female Community Health Volunteer The major activities of the project are to provide 4 days training  and one day refresher workshop to the FCHVs  to capacitate them to screen the psychosocial and mental health related cases and provide basic psychosocial support for  improving mental health and Psychosocial resilience and coping capacity of earthquake […]

Problem Management Plus (PM+) (September 2016 – September 2019 )

Project Location : Sindhuli for Year 1 and Nuwakot for Year 2
Project Donor : World Health Organization (WHO)

Target Group : Men and women with depression and anxiety symptoms. Problem Management Plus (PM+) is a brief 5-session trans-diagnostic psychological WHO intervention with strategies that can be delivered by non-specialist lay-providers to adults in distress. Two recent randomized controlled trials in Pakistan and Kenya demonstrated the efficacy of individually delivered PM+. In order to […]

Provide Psychosocial Support to Community to Prevent Suicide in Sindhupalchowk(1st Oct 2016 – 30th Sep 2017).

Project Location : Sindhupalchowk
Project Donor : Australian Aid

Target Group : People having suicidal ideation. The major activity of the project is to provide Psychosocial Support for the affected family and people having suicidal ideation and increase awareness in the area of suicide prevention. For the prevention community orientations were conducted by CPSW, Radio Programs named “Banche Sansar Jitinchha” were produced and aired […]

Support WCO to establish Community Based Psychosocial support centres in Nuwakot, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Okhaldhunga, Rasuwa, Dolakha and Sindhupalchowk

Project Location: Kathmandu,Bhaktapur,Nuwakot,Sindhupalchowk, Rasuwa, Dolakha and Okhaldhunga
Project Donor :UNICEF

TPO Nepal with the support of Unicef is working in 16 Psychosocial Centers in seven districts(Kathmandu-2, Bhaktapur-2, Nuwakot-3, Sindhupalchowk-3, Rasuwa-2, Dolakha-2 and Okhaldhunga-2). With the major objective of providing technical support to strengthen psychosocial support centers conducted by women cooperatives promoted by Women and Children Office. Six full time counsellors (3 Female 3Male) are mobilized […]

Provision of Psychosocial Support and Substance Abuse Prevention Support to Refugees from Bhutan

Project Location: Jhapa
Project Donor: UNHCR

This psychosocial and substance abuse prevention project, funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), is targeted at the Bhutanese refugees living in Jhapa and Morang. Its objective is to improve the psychosocial wellbeing of the refugees. To meet this objective, psychosocial counseling of the refugees including individual, family and group counseling have […]

Programme for Improving Mental Health Care (PRIME) (01 May 2011 to 31 march 2019)

Project Location : Chitwan
Project Donor : DFID

PRIME is a Eight-year multi-national research project funded by  DFID (Department for International Development) UK to consortium partners in five countries (South Africa, Uganda, Ethiopia, India and Nepal). The study is being led by the University of Cape Town, South Africa with partners in the UK and the World Health Organization (WHO). The overall aim […]

Emerging Mental Health Systems in Low and Middle Income Countries (EMERALD)(2013-2017)

Project Location: Kathmandu
Project Donor: European Commission under the 7th Framework programme

Emerald is a five year multinational health system research project lead by King’s College London and funded by the European Commission. The project is being implemented in six countries namely Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Nepal, South Africa and Uganda. The main objective of the project is to improve mental health outcomes by enhancing the national health system performance. The project […]

Jumla Mental Health Project (2014-Jul-01 to 2019-Jun-30)

Project Location : Jumla
Project Donor : Duke Global Health Institute

Jumla Mental Health Project is a five year project funded by Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), Duke University, Durham, NC, USA. The overall aim of this project is to assure that evidence-based, high quality, culturally appropriate mental health services are accessible to the residents in Jumla. This project is also working in close collaboration with […]