TPO Nepal was established in 2005 and is a knowledge-driven, innovative organization working in areas disrupted by violence and poverty. We strive to develop local psychosocial, mental health and conflict resolution capacity and systems that promote community resilience, quality of life and self-reliance through education, research, service delivery and advocacy.

Summary of relevant work: 

​We promote psychosocial well-being and mental health of children and families in conflict affected and other vulnerable communities, through development of sustainable, culturally-appropriate, community-based psychosocial support systems by:

  • Research on psychosocial and mental health needs existing system of care and effectiveness of intervention
  • Intervention design and service delivery through culturally appropriate, community based and sustainable approaches
  • Building capacity of community members and staff of governmental & non-governmental organizations
  • Advocacy on promotion of psychosocial and mental health wellbeing
Address: 

Baluwatar,Kathmandu,
Nepal

Telephone: 
+977-01-4431717/4437124/4424082
Key partners: 
  • Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal
  • World Health Organization (WHO)
  • George Washington University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (USA)
  • Heartmind International
  • Bhaskar Initiative for School Heart-Health Empowerment Studies – BISHES
  • Duke University, Duke Global Health Institute (USA)
  • National Institute of Mental Health (USA)
  • ​King's College London (UK)
Funders: 
  • DFID
  • UNICEF
  • WHO
  • Jacobs Foundation
  • Duke Global Health Institute
  • IsraAID
  • Australian Aid
  • Heartmind International
  • European Commission
  • The Asia Foundation
  • International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT
  • UNHCR
  • George Washington University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (USA)
  • National Institute of Mental Health (USA)
Country: 
Nepal

Innovations and resources

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PRIME - Nepal

Mental health system strengthening in partnership with researchers, Ministries of Health and non-governmental organisations
Region: 
Asia
Disorder: 
All disorders