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Richmond Fellowship-Nepal

Richmond Fellowship Nepal is non profit making organization which has been promoting comprehensive service to Substances users, people with mentally disorder, community, and also supports in people living with HIV and AIDS for their treatment regarding the problem with drugs and alcohol. Different projects of Richmond Fellowship Nepal aim to increase access to prevention, care, treatment and other basic health benefits of people using drugs (PUD), alcohol dependent vulnerable population and affected community through drug treatment centre, harm reduction services needle syringe exchange program), post-rehabilitation care, community sensitization, BCC Education, media sensitization, testing and counselling services, advocacy campaign and referral mechanism.



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Richmond fellowship Nepal contribution to several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including:

Good Health and Well-being

Richmond Fellowship Nepal aims to improve the health and well-being of individuals struggling with addiction by providing access to treatment, support, and resources for recovery.

Quality Education

Richmond fellowship programs often include education about addiction, substance abuse prevention, and life skills training, empowering individuals to make healthier choices and improve their overall well-being.

Gender Equality

Richmond fellowship Nepal runs programs that address the unique needs of men and women can promote gender equality by ensuring that both genders have equal access to treatment and support services.

Reduced Inequalities

Drug addiction can disproportionately affect marginalized communities. Richmond fellowship Nepal has been providing accessible and culturally sensitive rehab services, so that inequalities in access to treatment can be reduced.

Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

Addressing drug addiction through Richmond fellowship rehabilitation programs can contribute to building safer communities and reducing crime associated with substance abuse.




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