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Chhahari Nepal for Mental Health

Org #18387
Vetted since 2014 Site Visit Verified
2003
year founded
$39,490
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Chhahari Nepal for Mental Health (CNMH) is a non-profit, non-religious, and apolitical Non-Government Organisation (NGO), registered with the Government of Nepal. It was initiated in 2003 and formally registered as an NGO in 2009. It is dedicated to the vision of a just society, where the mental health needs and well-being of all women, men and children are addressed. Chhahari Nepal's purpose is to facilitate appropriate support and treatment for the homeless and mentally distressed individuals, so that they can be accepted back into society. Our name "Chhahari" means 'shelter' or 'shade' in Nepali. Providing care/shelter to the mentally distressed.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Bidya Maharjan
Bidya Maharjan
Gael Robertson
Gael Robertson
Mo Lama
Mo Lama
Team
Bidya Maharjan, Surendra Pandey, Asmita Pariyar, Sanjeev Lama
Organization Information
Afaldole, Dhobighat,
RIng Road
Kathmandu, Province 3 GPO 8975
Nepal
+97715188374
Organization Information
Afaldole, Dhobighat,
RIng Road
Kathmandu, Province 3 GPO 8975
Nepal
+97715188374

Project Reports

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Sep 24, 2021
Conversations Change Lives
  Sachin hated coming out of his room and was afraid of meeting other people. Social workers from Chhahari started building a relationship with him and now we have been working with him for over...
May 27, 2021
Connecting the Mental Divide
  One of the youngest clients of CNMH is suffering from chronic mental health problem. It has been a struggle for the CNMH social workers to assist her to psychologists/ psychiatrists. Her...
Jan 27, 2021
COVID-19 Experience from the Ground
Sam is a male client in his thirties. Although he has a room provided by a local temple, he still roams the streets and can disappear for days at a time. He has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and...
 
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