Birat Nepal Medical Trust (BNMT Nepal) is a Nepalese non-governmental organisation dedicated towards the improved health and well-being of Nepalese people. BNMT Nepal envisions a new Nepal where all Nepalese are aware of their basic rights and are able to live healthy and productive lives, in a safe environment without having to worry about food, income or security regardless of their gender, ethnicity, disability or HIV status.
Accelerating the Elimination of Infectious Disease
Building Resilient, Prosperous and Healthy Communities
Improving Mental Health and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
Strengthening Health Systems and Increasing Equity of Access
Generate Evidence to inform Policy and Facilitate Optimal Strategy Implementation by Policy Makers
Objective To explore experts’ views on factors influencing national and global active case-finding (ACF) policy development and implementation, and the use of evidence in these processes.
Suman Chandra Gurung is an Executive Director of BNMT Nepal. He is a public health specialist with MPhil in Population Studies from TU, MSc in Development Management (International Health) from UK, PG Development Management from UK and Bachelor in Public Health, Certificate in General Medicine from TU, Institute of Medicine,
Principal Investigator for IMPACT TB, LSTM/BNMT Nepal
Max Caws is the Principal Investigator of IMPACT TB and a senior TB researcher at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. She was Head of the TB group at Oxford University Clinical Research Unit Vietnam for 11 years and researches diverse aspects of TB including drug resistance, diagnosis, clinical treatment
Deputy Director, TB Program Manager
Raghu Dhital is the Deputy Director of BNMT and the Programme Manager for IMPACT TB in Nepal. He has worked at Birat-Nepal Medical Trust, Nepal since July 2014. His main responsibilities are to develop policies, strategies, plans and activities for the TB control program, to establish good coordination and collaboration