NEPAL PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION (NEPHA)
Nepal Public Health Association (NEPHA) is a non-governmental, non- profit and non-political civil organization of public health professionals in Nepal. NEPHA aims to organize all the public health professionals and to develop their professional abilities for quality and people centered health care services in the country. It will also help the government and non- government organizations through providing input in the process of public health policy and program development, implementation and evaluation to improve health status of people. It envisions to articulate Nepalese aspiration in the arena of health and community development.
Since its establishment in 1990, NEPHA has strived to organize itself and to network among all the public health professionals working throughout the country. NEPHA has more than one thousand active member and working in various agencies throughout the country. Over the period, NEPHA has been involved in providing input to the government and non-government sectors on various events for improving the health care system. NEPHA has also organized various health awareness and advocacy activities, and also conducted health and social research and studies on important public health issues.
In broader policy context, the organization aims to promote quality of life by supporting quality program, research, camping and development works in both health and social development sector, and reinvesting the proceeds in institutional development and taking additional social responsibility in resource constrained areas and groups particularly addressing the needs of the vulnerable people. We believe, through these efforts we will be able to contribute in alleviation of health poverty through health promotion and addressing the prosperity gap. Click here to download snap profile.
NEPHA completed in 25th Years of its Establishment. We celebrate the Silver Jublee Year of NEPHA
We Would like to keep sincere thanks to all our members, partners, followers and supporter