Success stories

Way back home

24 years old Radha (name changed) was recovering from her mental health condition. She was trying to adjust in her family and community after receiving short term residential psycho-social support from KOSHISH. Due to lack of family support she was again left in the road wandering alone. One year back, she was rescued by KOSHISH …

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COVID-19 and lockdown led to severe effect on Mental Health

COVID-19 pandemic has an adverse effect on the mental health of people around the globe due to its uncertainty of eradication of the virus and lockdown situation. In Nepal, the spread of virus has been increasing rapidly with an increasing number of positive cases daily. The number of suicide cases has also increased during this …

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MY HAPPY FAMILY!

I am Devaki Devi Chaudhary. I live in Udaypur with my five children. My children are world to me. Twelve years back, two of my daughters started experiencing mental health conditions which crashed my world and my family scattered. I sought help from traditional healers but everything went in vain. Unwillingly, I was obligated to …

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Psychological problems still a big challenge in our society

A child is world for a mother. She goes beyond every limitation to save the child. But what happens to a child when a mother denies the child’s existence.An abandoned woman was found in the street of Sindhupalchowk by Helambu Women Network. She was found in rugged clothes, shivering in cold, and covered with wounds. …

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Fate can wait /Ex-beneficiary becomes KOSHISH staff

I, Urmila Thapa, resident of Mahalakshmi municipality ward no.9 am quite well after treatment and psychosocial support from KOSHISH. At present I work here at KOSHISH as a care giver. I cannot say that I know everything there is but I try and deliver best services that I am capable of to the other beneficiaries …

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Akal, Overcoming from inhuman, degrading treatment!

My name is Akal bahadur Thokar. I grew up in Nyatapole Temple which is located in Bhaktapur. My father used to do thanka business (Clothing Business). I studied from St. Johns English School which is situated in Katunje, Bhaktapur. I did my SLC from Dumja, Sinduli district in 2061 with second division degree. After my …

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Blessed Kamala

My name is Kamala. I am from Rasua, Nepal.  I work at KOSHISH. I am very happy since I get spiritual satisfaction through my work of helping the persons with mental health and psychosocial issues as part of my job activities. I myself have non-objective fear psychosis and I have to take medicine regularly. But …

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