Birat Nepal Medical Trust (BNMT Nepal) is a Nepalese non-governmental organization dedicated towards the improved health and well-being of Nepalese people. BNMT Nepal is built on the foundation, expertise and experience of Britain Nepal Medical Trust UK with commendable history of serving the people of Nepal since 1967. Since its inception, BNMT Nepal continues to support the Government’s interventions on tuberculosis, sexual and reproductive health and rights, mental health, child health, maternal health and to combat other diseases. BNMT’s work covers strengthening the capacity of local institutions in responding to community health needs, empowering communities, especially disadvantaged groups, in accessing and advocating for increased, improved, and equitable access to essential health services and developing innovative models and approaches that provide affordable and accessible quality health care services. These principles have embedded into the practice of BNMT Nepal.
Improved health and wellbeing of Nepalese people.
To ensure equitable access to quality health care and enabling environment for socially and economically disadvantaged people.
Health, climate change and environment – contributing to improved health, livelihood and social harmonization.
- Adhere to and appreciate partnership at all levels
- Ensure Sustainable Development
- Respect for Equity and Diversity
- Promote Transparency and Accountability
- Human Rights Based
- Partnerships and Alliance
- Participatory Gender and Social Inclusion
News & Events
Talk in University of York on, ‘Improving equity in patient-centric Tuberculosis care in Nepal’
In May 2023, Anchal Thapa, Health Economist at BNMT gave a presentation at University of York, UK, in one of the bi-weekly Global Public Health (GPH) Seminar, on the topic...
Participation in Women’s Health Conference
BNMT Nepal was delighted to participate in the Women’s Health Conference 2023 organised on 9th and 10th March held for the first time in Nepal, to cover broad range of...
Living beyond TB
Sunita (name changed) is a 51-year-old housewife living in a remote village Simalghari in Chitwan district. She belongs to a poor family. Although suffering from poverty, she has lived a happy life. One day after returning from her father’s house,...