Title Date
Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit 2018 2018-10-24
Recovery from a traumatic suffering 2018-10-11
Capacity Enhancement and Need Assessment for Self Advocates 2018-06-28
Face to Face Program on Suicide Prevention 2018-04-04
Interaction Program on CMHC Package 2074 and Annual Work Plan Development 2018-03-23
Fourth Regional Level Training on Mental Health and Human Rights 2017-09-18
Devkota became Ashoka Fellow 2017-09-06
Rotary supports materials to the beneficiaries 2017-04-24
KOSHISH received Social Service Award 2015-12-04
International Disability Day celebrated 2015-12-03
Devkota honored 2015-10-09
A forum on roles of social workers in mental health 2015-07-25
Earthquake and Mental Health 2015-06-18
A discussion forum with Film Artists 2014-12-16
KOSHISH celebrates World Mental Health Day 2014-10-10
KOSHISH Chairperson Mr. Devktoa received Punawati Prasain Women Rights and Upliftment Award 2014-08-17
The Roles and Responsibilities of Psychology Students 2014-07-20
Awareness and fundraising program 2014-06-01
An interaction program held on “Importance of Integrating Mental Health in Primary Health: Opportu 2014-03-12
Workshop on "Reintegration & access to justice of women with psycho-social/mental health problem" 2014-02-24
Program Conducted on Breaking the Chains of Stigma in Mental Health 2014-02-20
"Success Stories" published 2013-12-20
Program for the Promotion and Protection of Mental Health 2013-10-17
National Mental Health Policy: Status of Implementation, Challenges and Opportunities 2013-06-06
Devkota became Ashoka Fellow
Posted on: 6 Sep, 2017

KOSHISH Chairperson Mr. Matrika Devkota was with a momentous honor. Mr. Devkota was inducted into the fellowship of Ashoka. Ashoka is an organization founded in the United States in 1980, that promotes social entrepreneurship believing that everyone has the potential to be a change-maker. Mr. Devkota was recognized for his innovative solutions to the problem of mental/ psychosocial disability and for demonstrating unrivaled commitment to bold new ideas, proving that compassion, creativity and collaboration are tremendous forces of change. The recognition is testament to Mr. Devkota's unwavering effort in working towards enabling people with mental/ psychosocial disability to lead dignified lives.

Ashoka Fellows work in more than 90 countries around the globe in every area of human need.