Enabling translation of Science to Service to ENhance Depression CarE (ESSENCE)

Background: Enabling translation of Science to Service to ENhance Depression CarE (ESSENCE) is a five years research project which aims to bridge the gap between science and mental health care by generating evidence on cost effective implementation approaches for scaling up of evidence based intervention for mental disorders, particularly for treating depression. TPO Nepal is one […]

Mental Health Integration in Ramechhap district of Nepal (MHIRa)

Background: TPO Nepal had worked in Ramechhap district in previous years 2015-2016, where 35 prescribers and 29 non-prescribers had been trained on psychosocial support. Additionally, around 500 individuals received psychosocial counselling services. Through the work experience in Ramechhap district, it was found that there were high number cases requiring continuous psychosocial support, but due to the […]

Global Anti-Torture Evidence (GATE)

Background: The Global Anti-Torture Evidence (GATE) Project is generously funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands through IRCT. It aims to further the global fight against torture, by using the data collected during the rehabilitation process to prevent torture, prosecute perpetrators and help victims rebuild their lives. Through the provision of rehabilitation support […]

Strengthening of the Psychosocial Support Mechanisms in the Earthquake Affected and Disaster Prone Areas

Background: Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Nepal, with the support of UNICEF and collaboration with Department of Women and Children was providing technical support in establishing psychosocial support centers in earthquake affected and disaster prone areas. In this changing scenario where local elected bodies are in place, the allocated budget from central level did not reflect in […]

Provide Psychosocial Support to Community in Dealing with Suicide in Sindhupalchowk Phase II

Background: Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Nepal, with the support of Australian Aid DAP Fund, had conducted 11 months program on suicide prevention in Sindhupalchowk district in 2017. The support was proven effective and need for the support is still relevant and inadequate in the changing scenario of the district. Thus the second phase of this program […]

Japan IsraAID Support Program (JISP)

JISP, an international NGO based in Japan, will work with Nepalese partner, Transcultural Psychosocial Organization Nepal (TPO Nepal), to implement the project for Improvement of Community-based Disaster Risk Management and Post-Disaster Psychosocial Care for Socially Vulnerable People in Nepal With a goal of improving the comprehensive community based disaster risk management, services will be provided […]

Integrated Platform for Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response (Sambodhan)

Background: National Women Commission (NWC) has established a 24-hour toll free helpline to provide support to survivors of gender-based violence (GBV). If anyone faces GBV, or even witnesses such an incident, they can call the number 1145 to receive support for shelter, psycho-social support, child support and legal aid. The key focus of this project is […]

Community Based Psychosocial Capacity Building (CBPCB)

Community Based Psychosocial Capacity Building (CBPCB) project is supported by IsraAid and Americares with the main objective of building capacity of Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) to screen psychosocial and mental health related cases, providing psychosocial counseling services for people referred by FCHVs and other stakeholders as well as advocacy and promotion of mental health […]

REducing barriers to mental health task SHAring: stigma reduction in Primary carE (RESHAPE)

RESHAPE (Reducing Barriers to Mental Health Task Sharing: Stigma Reduction in Primary Care) is a research project funded by National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), USA (https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml ) via The George Washington University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. (https://www.gwu.edu/ ). The global burden of disease attributable to depression rose 37% from 1990 to 2010. […]

Optimizing Provider Attitudes and competence in Learning mental health systems (OPAL)

OPAL (Optimizing Provider Attitudes and competence in Learning mental health systems) is a cross – country research project funded by National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), USA (https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml ) via The George Washington University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. (https://www.gwu.edu/ ). Along with Nepal, this project is also taking place in Ethiopia through Addis […]

Through a child’s eyes

Technological solutions to improve early childhood development in low resource settings The hypothesis is that by providing caregivers in low-resource settings with insight into their household and their children’s day to day lives, the caregiver can become more aware of the child’s environment and thus implement changes to bolster the child’s development. The project is being […]

Problem Management Plus (PM+)

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 make PM+ more salable and acceptable in different contexts, PM+ is […]

Jumla Mental Health Project

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 […]

PRogramme for Improving Mental health carE (PRIME)

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 of […]

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