Australian Federation of AIDS organization (AFAO) for an Advocacy Program for female drug users with stake holder and policy makers in 2003 through Focus Group Discussion of beneficiaries and Orientation and Interaction with targeted groups. The project had reached to 192 participants including 30 medical professionals, 36 stakeholders and 38 policy makers.
UNIFEM for conducting basic HIV and AIDS Trainings for females. The training included 82 participants representatives from specific groups like House Wives, Female IDU's, Labor, Sex Workers, Spouse of Male IDU's, and School/college.
NCASC for the conduction of Community and Home Based Care Training (CHBC) to the targeted groups.
Academy for Educational Development (AED) for the 14th Condom Day Celebration.
UNDP for One Day Media Advocacy on Harm Reduction Program to media personnel in five different regions of Nepal namely Dhangadhi, Mahendranagar, Pokhara, Biratnagar and Kathmandu. The project had reached to 55 media personnel and 243 participants. In 2006 it once again conducted One Day Media Sensitization on Harm Reduction with media both print and the electronic media and with different celebrities in capital with big media houses. In 2008 NG also developed and broadcasted Dramas on FSW's, IDU's, MSM and the Migrant Laborers in the F.M programs. NG also conducted 2 Days Media Training in nine different districts of Nepal for more than 250 media personnel.
UNDP/PMU for the conduction of 1st National Media Conference on HIV and AIDS on 19th December, 2008. The conferences main output was the 8 point Kathmandu Declaration and the Formation of 13 Member National Media Adhoc Committee on HIV and AIDS.
UNDP/PMU for the Follow up programs on the implementation on District Media Strategy on HIV and AIDS developed during the two days media trainings on HIV and AIDS. It was conducted in three districts namely Jhapa, Parsa and Chitwan. NG also established 3 Media Coordination Committee of 11 members in the same districts for better coordination among stakeholders and media for reporting and coverage of Drug, HIV and AIDS issues.
UNDP/PMU for the Media Orientation to the Network Members of Injecting Drug users, People Living with HIV and AIDS and Men having sex with Men. The major outcome of this program was to initiate effective collaboration with media and its members for better response on Drug, HIV and AIDS in mass media
District Development Committee, Lalitpur District Public Health Office, Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, Patan Fellowship and Ward Health Implementation Committees 6 and 18 jointly celebrated the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking 2009. The major outcome of this event was the collaboration with local governmental bodies, Political parties and ex and current users with their commitments for the initiation of programs related to drug, HIV and AIDS in Lalitpur. The event reached to more than 20,000 local people including ex-current users of Lalitpur city with key activities related to prevention, promotion, and treatments like exhibition, street drama shows and PHC services with a mobile VCT and Drug Counseling sections.
UNDP/PMU for the conduction of 2nd
National Media Conference on HIV and AIDS on 19th August, 2009. The conferences main output was the formation of National Media Coordination Committee representing all the Development Regions of Nepal with the involvement of beneficiaries group. In addition it has succeeded to gather more than 90 Media Personnel from all mass media representing respective districts of Nepal.
UNODC for the “Prevention of Transmission of HIV among Drug Users in Nepal” from November 2009 to November 2012 through the establishment of Drop In Center for preventing drug users from contracting HIV in Lalitpur district. The project has reached 654 IDUs and DUs through DIC as well as from Outreach. In addition it has succeeded to sensitize/orient community members on Harm Reduction, orient IDUs, their family and other stakeholders as well as advocated stakeholders from different sectors and benefited drug users and community members through health camps.
DOI/UNESCO for the project “Advocacy for Balanced Policy and strategy Development for Drug Use and Response in Nepal” from February 2010 to November 2010 with the Constituent Assembly members of Nepal. It has successfully conducted two workshops with CA members for incorporating Ham Reduction Principles in the redrafted constitution. This project has reached 171 CA members representing various parties.
Naya Goreto as a principle recipient (PR) in support of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime funded Dristi Nepal, an organization working in the field of Drug, HIV and AIDS with female drug users to implement the project Comprehesive Package for female Injecting Drug users from 1st January 2011 to 5th October 2012. The project is implemented in Kathmandu and Sunsari district with the establishment of Drop In center and Day Care center in the respective districts. The main objective of the project is to increase the access of the female drug users for better harm reduction services and prevention of HIV and AIDS among them and their partners as well as their family members.
National Tuberculosis Center (NTC)/GFATM for the project Nepal National Strategic plan 2010-2015 Implementation Stop TB strategy from 2010 November to July 2012. The programs were conducted in several districts of Nepal including Kathmandu, Rupandehi, Kaski, Chitwan, Dhanusha, Argakhanchi, Jhapa, Morang, Sunsari, Snkhuwasabha, Saptari, Siraha, Dhanusha, Mahotari, sarlahi, Rautahat, Bara, Parsa, Dang, Banke, Surkhet, Dailekh, Bardiya, Kailali and Kanchanpur. The main objective of this project was to create awareness on TB, TB/HIV co-infection among the general public, service providers, stakeholders as well as the vulnerable groups like Injecting Drug users, sex workers etc. This year NTC has renewed its contract from Mid July 2012 to Mid July 2013. The working districts for this year are Kaski, Palpa and Gorkha.
Youth Vision/The Mainline Foundation for the project "Bridging the Gaps: Health and Rights of key population" from September 2011 to December 2012. The main objective of this project was to advocate and lobby the political party members, government officials and other key stakeholders to formulate a friendly policy for securing their human rights of the people who use drugs. NG was able to orient more than 150 political party members and more than 100 key stakeholders including key populations, local government officials and related stakeholders. This year Youth Vision has renewed its contract from January 2013 to December 2013 with an aim to improve the human rights of drug users.
Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City for the Orientation on Drug and HIV to school and College students from mid February 2013 to mid July 2013. The main objective of this program to inform and aware the school and college students of Lalitpur district on the Drug, HIV AND AIDS issue.