top of page

Community Empowerment


Community Mental Health Workshops

Our community mental health workshops are at the core of our grassroots efforts to destigmatize mental health and promote well-being. Through these interactive sessions, we engage directly with diverse communities across Nepal, fostering open dialogues and creating safe spaces for individuals to share their experiences. Our workshops are tailored to address the unique challenges faced by each community, whether it's rural villages, urban neighborhoods, or marginalized groups. By combining expert knowledge with culturally sensitive approaches, we empower participants with practical tools for self-care, stress management, and emotional resilience. 


Kishori Sanjal (Adolescent Girl Network) Empowerment

We train girls in the Kishori Sanjal (adolescent girl network) on self-care, career counseling, mental health, and psychosocial well-being. These efforts aimed to build resilience and empower the next generation of girls in rural Nepal.


Community Women Leaders' Training (Collaboration with Tokha Municipality)


Rural Awareness Campaigns

Impact: 40+ campaigns in 6 districts

We conducted a 3-day skill-based training for community women leaders in partnership with Tokha municipality. The training focused on equipping them with tools for promoting mental health, fostering supportive communities, and addressing challenges.

In many rural regions, there is limited access to mental health services, with fewer mental health professionals and facilities available. This lack of resources can lead to underdiagnosis and undertreatment of mental health issues. 

By raising awareness about mental health in rural areas, these campaigns help reduce stigma, increase knowledge about available resources, and encourage open conversations about mental well-being.


Aama Samuha (Mothers Group) Empowerment

Impact: 8 groups

Empowered 8 Aama Samuha (Mothers Groups) in rural Nepalese villages through education and skill-building sessions. These efforts focused on enhancing their understanding of mental health, providing tools for supporting their families' well-being, and fostering a supportive community.

bottom of page