What have we done with your help?
Postpartum and 280 pregnant women have been screened for Mental Health Problems.
Under 5 children have been screened for Malnutrition.
Calls were received by our doctors during COVID 19 second wave.
People have been screened for NCD.
News & Events
NGO Activities in Nepal: The Health Foundation Nepal- Orientation Program for Female Community Health Volunteers
The Health Foundation Nepal (HFN), a prominent NGO in Nepal, recently organized a one-day orientation program for Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) from ward-3. The main objective of the program was to optimize their involvement in non-communicable disease (NCD)-related activities. The orientation program, conducted by Public Health Officer Susagya Bhusal and Medical Officer Dr. Sunny […]
A Discussion and Interaction for Sustainability of Health Foundation Nepal Projects in Dang with relevant parties of Ghorahi Sub metropolitan City.
Health Foundation Nepal (HFN), recently organized an engaging workshop titled A Discussion and Interaction for Sustainability of Health Foundation Nepal Projects in Dang with relevant parties of Ghorahi Sub Metropolitan City.” The event occurred in Jajaragau, Dang, and brought together key stakeholders, including government officials, healthcare professionals, and local representatives. The workshop aimed to foster […]
Health Foundation Nepal (HFN) Internship Program
The Health Foundation Nepal (HFN) internship provides students with practical experience and skill development in working in low-resourced health care settings, particularly in the areas of non-communicable diseases and community-based mental health. Working alongside physicians, nurses, psychosocial counselors, and community health volunteers, HFN interns will apply the knowledge and skills they have learned in their […]
Health Foundation Nepal’s initiatives to improve access to mental health care in rural Nepal
12/27/2022 Health Foundation Nepal (HFN), a non-profit organization registered in the USA and Nepal was established by young health care professionals who believed in community based comprehensive health care in 2013. HFN pioneers in community based approaches to provide free health care to the people in underserved communities in Nepal. As of 2022, besides other […]