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Carers Worldwide

Improving the physical and mental health, promoting social inclusion and increasing the household income of carers of mentally ill individuals in Nepal

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Project Data Last Updated: 06/09/2017

IATI Identifier: GB-CHC-1150214-GPAFINN058

Based in Baglung and Myagdi districts in the Western region of Nepal, the project will work with 1500 unpaid family carers of individuals with mental illness. As a result of the project: - medical and counselling facilities for carers will be strengthened - 60 carers mutual support groups will be formed and operational - alternative care and respite arrangements for carers will be set up and working - carers will have access to livelihoods and skills training opportunities - support will be in place to enable child carers to attend school regularly - capacity of the partner organisation in Nepal, local government staff, community volunteers and carers will be strengthened to promote needs of carers and advocate for policy change;

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Implementing Organisation(s) More information about implementing organisation(s)
  • Carers Worldwide
  • LEADS Nepal

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