Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP)

Ministry of Health and Population plays a leading role in improving the health of the people including mental, physical and social well being, for overall national development with the increased participation of the private sector and non-government institutions in the implementation of programmes. The Ministry is also responsible to make necessary arrangements and formulate policies for effective delivery of curative services, disease prevention, health promotive activities and establishment of a primary health care system. These activities will be maintained at an international standard under the policies declared on health by Government of Nepal, ultimately improving the overall condition of health services.
MoHP are currently providing a digital library facility through which we can search authorized documents from MoHP. Click Here Home Page of Digital Library

  Department of Health Services (DoHS)

The overall purpose of the Department of Health Services (DoHS) is to deliver preventive, promotive and curative health services throughout Nepal.

  National Health Education, Information and Communication Center

National Health Education, Information and Communication Center will act as centre for the Ministry of Health and Population with have an integrated approach and one door system for advocacy, community mobilization, behavior change communication and health service and program promotion activities. The center will provide planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation at the different level and strengthen and encourage people individually and in groups, use participatory methods to develop positive attitude and practice healthy behavior through health education, promotion and appropriate treatment of disease prevention, control and rehabilitation to encourage full utilization of health services and program. It also publishes the booklets and other health related materials.

  National Center for AIDS and STD Control

The center is working in the different aspect to control the AIDS in Nepal through different programs.

  National Tuberculosis Center, Nepal

National Tuberculosis Programme (NTP) is fully integrated within the general primary health services. NTP vision, goal, policies and strategy are in line with WHO and international recommendations. National Tuberculosis Centre (NTC) is the focal point of the NTP. It is responsible for establishment of programme policies, strategy and planning. In addition, NTC also carries out the functions of national referral clinic. Central laboratory at the NTC is the focal point for NTP laboratory network which is responsible for policy and guideline development, training, quality control and supervision.

  SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Center (STAC)

SAARC Tuberculosis Centre (STC) was established in 1992. The Centre started its functioning as SAARC TB Centre in 1994. The Centre had been supporting the National TB Control Programmes of the SAARC Member States.

  Nepal Health Research Council (NHRC)

The council conducts and helps in the health related research programs.

  Nepal Health Sector Support Programme (NHSSP)

This program is designed to enhance the capacity of Government of Nepal to increase access to quality essential health care services, especially for the poor and the excluded.

  WHO Nepal

WHO also provides the health related information through its website. To get the publications list please Click here the link URL

INGO/NGO/Donor Agencies related to the health
RTI, Nepal
The World Bank (Head Office)
The World Bank (Nepal Office)
Department For International Development(DFID)
Netherlands Development Assistance(SNV)
Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA)
Saudi Fund for Development(SFD)
Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA)
Japan Bank for International Cooperation(JBIC)
Norwegian Agency for International Developmet(NORAD)
German Technical Cooperation(GTZ)
Canadian International Development Agency(CIDA)
The Australian Government's overseas aid programe(AUSAID)