Naya Goreto Earthquake Appeal
According to the United Nations, Nepal’s massive earthquake on April 25, 2015, has affected 8 million people across 39 districts. Many families have been displaced, homeless and under food and water shortage. During this critical time, Naya Goreto is planning to rehabilitate those who are in real need. Presently, we are collecting the data of most vulnerable individuals who have double burden of being a People Living with HIV (PLHIV)/People who Use Drugs (PWUD) and homeless.
Therefore, we humbly appeal you all to join us in our earthquake related initiative especially for PLHIV and PWUD and their family members who lost everything. Your generous efforts will certainly help this key affected population to rehabilitate.
For more information please contact us in our official email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Naya Goreto would like to thank Mr. Salim Akthar for providing us with 1 tea table, 1 desk, and 8 cushions for the Recovery Home.
Naya Goreto would like to thank Mr. Subha Dangol for providing us with three Bed Sheets for the Recovery Home.
Naya Goreto would like thank Mr. Ramesh Rungata for providing us with 36 tea cups for the Recovery Home.
Naya Goreto Recovery Home
Naya Goreto is pleased to announce its new social venture on Naya Goreto Recovery Home for substance dependency.
For the past twelve years, Naya Goreto has been working with People Who Use Drugs (PWUD) and People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLHA). The organization is grounded by its vision of by and for the PWUD and PLHIV community.
Through an extensive private research, NG has discovered a need for rehabilitation centre that is a safe haven for people suffering from addiction. There is also a need for affordable and quality treatment home. Therefore, keeping it at reasonable cost and using latest skills and techniques, our multi-disciplinary addictions counsellors and medical professionals adapt to serve personal treatment needs of the clients with utmost care and support. In addition, our qualified staffs will also seek out for any symptoms of common co-occurring disorders such as bi-polar disorder, depressions, anxiety, personality disorder and many more that are concurrent with substance dependency.
It will serve as a place where everyone can feel safe, hopeful, optimistic, and have sense of purpose in life. Furthermore, it will be a drug/alcohol free environment, where therapies, counselling, productive learning and recreational activities can help a person rejuvenate their power within.
To fulfil the goal of empowering one of the most vulnerable and marginalized communities, NG has been collecting seed fund from its employees and members for the past three years. The total amount collected till-date is Rs. 416,000/-.
It is our mission to help PWUD and PLHIV community through holistic program for overall constructive improvement in one’s life.
Naya Goreto (NG) would like to inform all the viewers that NG Program Coordinator, Miss Manita Pandey, has been selected as community delegate from South Asia in Global Fund to Fights Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM)
Contract extended with Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City
Naya Goreto (NG) has extended contract with Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City (LSMC) on 1st December 2014, for the continuation of the program "Orientation Classes on Drug and HIV for school and college Students”. The project aims to educate youth on illicit and harmful drugs and blood borne diseases such HIV and AIDS. In addition, it also aims to empower the Drug Users community through conducting the educational session at schools and colleges of Lalitpur District.
NG Case Study
It’s our pleasure to inform all our well-wishers that WHO has published Naya Goreto Case Study in meaningful participation of PWUDs in Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care for Key Populations-2014. Hope you all enjoy reading and I would like to thank all of you for your continuous support in achieving this milestone.
For reading full guideline: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/128048/1/9789241507431_eng.pdf?ua=1