Since 2008, Nyaya Health Nepal has provided healthcare for underserved communities in Nepal. Currently, we work in two provinces: Achham, a remote area that experienced disinvestment during the decade-long civil war, and Dolakha, one of the epicenters of the 2015 earthquakes. Our vision is to work with local governments (municipalities) to design, build, test, and replicate integrated healthcare delivery systems across the country, so that quality care reaches all of Nepal’s 30 million people and no one is left behind. At present, our team of nearly 400 staff provide: 150,000 facility visits 8,000 surgeries 125,000 home visits across a catchment area of 245,000 population, each year. 

 

Our integrated care delivery system improves primary healthcare:

Government-owned facilities that treat primary care across conditions, including reproductive, maternal and child health, chronic disease, mental health, and surgery.

Home-based and group-based care delivered by community health workers, aimed at monitoring and managing reproductive, maternal and child health, mental health, and chronic diseases.

Integrated Electronic Health Record connects community and facility data to support diagnosis, map disease and continuously improve patient care.