Founded in 1991, the Public Health Concern Trust, Nepal (phect-NEPAL) is a secular, non-political, not-for-profit, national level non-government organization committed to improving the health sector in Nepal. The organization is registered at the District Administration Office, Kathmandu and affiliated to the Social Welfare Council, Nepal.
To build a society with healthy individuals. We strongly advocate the fact that every individual has a right to healthcare and therefore strive to provide a better and affordable health care services to people in both urban as well as rural areas of Nepal.
Empowering people through health action.
The lifestyle for the majority of the people of Nepal had largely remained below satisfactory level for decades. With the introduction of the parliamentary democracy in 1990, there were rising expectations that the quality of life and general health would improve. Despite a few initiatives, the lack of strategic planning and sustainable measures prevented the government from improving the overall health conditions of the people. Therefore, there was an increasing need for the non-governmental organizations to step in to act as a partner for national development. This was the very reason that lead to the establishment of phect-NEPAL in 1991.
what we do
Health is our priority. Therefore, our work revolves around improving the health care services through various programs and services. These include:
- Healthcare Services
- Community Health Programs
- Academic Programs
Dr. Bharat Pradhan
Dr. Saroj Dhital
Mr. Suman Shrestha
board of directors
Chairman: Mr. Madan Krishna Shrestha
Vice-Chairman: Mr. Hari Bansha Acharya
Executive Director: Dr. Bharat Pradhan
Treasurer: Mr. Suman Shrestha
Member: Dr. Saroj Dhital
Member: Dr. Roshan Lal Shrestha
Member: Dr. Rajesh Dhoj Joshi
Member: Dr. Shambhu Kumar Upadhyay
Member: Mr. Durga Lal Shrestha
Member: Mr. Gauri Pradhan