Call for Abstracts: IMHCN 2017

Call for Abstracts The Organizing Committee of International Mental Health Conference Nepal 2017 (IMHCN2017) invites mental health and allied professionals, practitioners, researchers, academicians, NGOs, INGOs, service users, and students to contribute scientific papers, posters, or symposia related to the conference theme “Coming together for mental health”in the following areas: 1. Promotion of mental health 2. … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: IMHCN 2017


Hateymalo (2010-16)

Public Resources in one place  2009 - Families of missing persons in Nepal: a study of their needs PDF: families-of-missing-persons-nepal-report This assessment conducted by Simon Robbins was a stepping stone for the launch of Hateymalo program in Nepal. 2010 - Hateymalo: Accompanying families of the missing in Nepal. Piloted in Bardiya by Bhava Poudyal, Nepalese Psychologist and the team … Continue reading Hateymalo (2010-16)

SLC ko Khusi

Just as I am about to start a new day in my office, didi comes with a pack of sweets (laddu) and share it with me. It is a tradition in our office to distribute chocolates and sweets to colleagues when somebody comes from aboard or there is some good news. So, I ask her … Continue reading SLC ko Khusi

#NepalQuake Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Response

Many compassionate people around the world have been touched by this disaster and suffering. They are starting to provide help in many ways. There are also initiatives being taken for mental health and psychosocial support response. MHPSS.NET has opened up Nepal 2015 Earthquake Response Group  to share resources and information about the MHPSS response to … Continue reading #NepalQuake Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Response

#NepalQuake After a Week

A week ago on April 25, 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal causing the large scale damage and casualties. The most affected districts are Dhading, Gorkha, Rasuwa, Sindhupalchowk, Kavre, Nuwakot, Dolakha, Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and Ramechhap. It is the biggest earthquake in Nepal since 1934 (1990 BS) 80 years ago. Over 6,200 people are known to have … Continue reading #NepalQuake After a Week