BNMT aims to develop high-quality scientific evidence particularly on infectious diseases, mental and adolescent health, and strengthening the health system in Nepal.
Our research prioritizes to better understand and respond to the immediate and long-term global health needs and challenges of vulnerable people, particularly those living in rural areas of Nepal.
We collate and synthesize our evidence to promote policy translation into action.
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.
On April 11, 2016 our psychosocial team of Ms. Aroja Maskey and Ms.Bibha Dhungel visited Paropakar Orphanage Girls Hostel for follow session on psychosocial counseling as continuation of program initiated under Earthquake response and relief initiatives since May 2015. The session started with a couple of games followed by meditation exercise. Since this was second […]
The massive earthquake on 25th April 2015 and its aftershocks led to 8,898 deaths and leaving more than 22,000 injured with irreparable damage to settlements and historical monuments. Since the tragic event BNMT immediately provided support to individuals, families and communities of affected districts through Response, Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction in coordination with Nepal Government, […]
On 01.04.16 our Programme Director Mr. Suman Chandra Gurung, along with Ms Shikha U. Khatiwada (Psychosocial Councellor) made a presentation in AmeriCares regarding the progress report on Health Facilities Reconstruction and Health service strengthening in Makawanpur District Nepal. Members present from AmeriCares were Mr Brian Hoyer, Director; Mr. Rohit Odari, Country Director and Binod Maharjan, […]