News & Events (12)

Sunday, 22 May 2016 09:18

Observation Visit

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A Day observation visit of PCL and BSc nursing students along with their Instructor from National Medical Collage and Teaching Hospital, Birgunj, Nepal. The number of total participant was 48 including their instructor. It was lovely to have you all here and we look forward for another batch in further days to come.

Tuesday, 17 May 2016 09:40

The 33 International AIDS

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Candlelight Memorial at Narayani Hospital is to honor, support, and advocate for those who have been affected by global HIV epidemic and people living with HIV can live a healthy life with dignity and without any discrimination. 

District based government bodies, non government organizations including networks and organisations of people living with HIV and other key populations, affected families and communities were actively involved hand-in-hand to attend this International AIDS Candlelight Memorial event. Thank you Everyone for your wonderful support. 

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19 | April | 2016 Motivation Training at MUKTI by Dr. Deepak Sakya Sir. Motivation is a method of counseling to develop individual self will to quit addiction, therefore this training is a part of Birgunj JCI week which started at 13 | April | 2016 and concluded today. Thank u JCI Mr. President Rajesh Patel, JCI General Secretary Mr. Shekar Choudary, JCI Amit Shrestha Sir, and our very dear Deepak Sakya sir (BPC) for your valuable contribution and time. We look forward for such training in near future and it wonderful to have you all here.



BIJAM Saath-Saath Project team conducted one day S&D training with MUKTI. 


Trainers :- Ms. Heena Gurung (CHBC TL) SSP BIJAM and Ms. Yeshwari Thakur (OE) SSP BIJAM 

Number of Participants :- 25

Venue :- MUKTI Drug & Alcohol Rehab 

Date :- 15/April/2016

Objective :- The objective of this one day training is to reduce stigma and discrimination plus wrong concept people have in society about HIV & AIDS. 

Activities :- Presentation, Games, Group work, Discussion, Sharing, Snacks and Refreshment.

Outcomes :- Gained a knowledge about HIV & AIDS


9|April|2016 a short motivational interaction and fruits distribution program with our in-house residential clients by our very own SP Raju Shrestha Sir (Nepal Police) it was wonderful to have you here. We look forward for your visit in further days to come.

Thursday, 07 April 2016 08:37

World Health Day 7, April, 2016

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World Health Day 7, April, 2016 and the theme is beat diabetes, so that's how we end up doing our medical camp at senior citizen home, Pathalaya, Bara District. We would like to thank Birgunj JCI for partnering us and ofcourse Deepak Agarwal sir from City Surgical for his valuable contribution.

Saturday, 19 March 2016 06:50

Clean-up program of Narayani Hospital

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We are done with clean-up program of Narayani Hospital today, Thank DPO, Parsa. Birgunj JCI and Samudayak Sewa Kendra for your active involvement and specially AMIT SHRESTHA Dai for ur over all effort. People like you make this world a better place to live, and ofcourse well done MUKTI boys for your amazing dedication and spirit.


Tuesday, 15 March 2016 04:58

Secretary of our Foundation

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Secretary of our Foundation Mr. Hari Shrestha is participating in Sustainability Analysis Review Workshop of HIV/AIDS program in Parsa District, the above mentioned workshop will continue for 2 regular days and which is organized by District AIDS Codination Committee plus District Public Health Office, supported by Fhi360 Saath Saath Project.

Sunday, 13 March 2016 05:18

Community clean-up program

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Community clean-up program, where we end up cleaning public places, road sides, temples and other commercial places, thank you everyone for your active involvement and that includes BirgunjJCI, Parsa Police, Samudayak Sewa Kendra and many others from community.

Sunday, 13 March 2016 05:16

International Women's Day 2016

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PledgeforParity and we the Youths from Neeta Foundation and our respective sisters from Women's Skill Center (BPW) organized this medical camp for female prisoners at Birgunj Jail. As per short interaction with Jailer more than 60% of those prisoners are suffering from skin disease such as FUNGAL, PARASITE, ALLERGY and other skin infections. Therefore realizing health as first priority in mind we end up doing this camp in which we was supported by NIBL (Birgunj) LIONS CLUB (Birgunj) Dr. Anu Agarwal and Dr. Rakesh Yadav. Thank you everyone for your support. International Women's Day 8|March|2016