About RECPHEC

RECPHEC registered itself as a non-profit making cottage industry under the company act in 1989. Political change in the country made possible for the RECPHEC to be established as non-governmental organization only in 1991.

Ensuring equality, equity, accessibility and affordability in
realising the goal of Health for All Nepali

Quick Contact

RECPHEC
Resource Centre For Primary Health Care
Bagbazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
P.O.Box : 117, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel. : +977-01-4243891, Fax : +977-01-4225675
Email : recphec@info.com.np

Consultative Meeting on Peoples Access to Oral Health in Rural Nepal: Problems, Efforts and Achievements

A Consultative Meeting on “Peoples Access to Oral Health in Rural Nepal:Problems, Efforts and Achievements” was successfully organized on 10th August, 2017 by Resource Centre for Primary Health Care (RECPHEC) in association with Jevaia Foundation Oral diseases have significant impact on the health of people including children and adults. According to WHO, “oral health is […]

Training of Trainers on Cancer Prevention & Screening

Non-communicable disease (NCDs) refer to diseases or conditions that occur in, or are known to affect individuals over an extended period of time and for which there are no known causative agents that are transmitted from one affected individual to another. The risk factors for many of the NCDs are associated with lifestyle related choices, […]

“Respect Pedestrian Rights” Campaign

“Respect the Pedestrian Right” Campaign was successfully organized at Basantapur Durbar Square from 11:30AM to till evening on February 28, 2017 in initiation of Resource Centre for Primary Health Care (RECPHEC), different other CBOs, Community groups, Youth Volunteers and Metro Politan Traffic Police Department. The main objective of the campaign were : Ensuring safety of […]

Mass meeting to pressurize the government against concrete reconstruction of heritage sites of Kathmandu

Speakers: Deepak Prasad Shrestha (chief priest of the Trailokya Mohan arayan temple of Kathmandu Durbar Square), Dr. Safalya Amatya (former director general of the Department of Archeology), Prof. Sudarshan Raj Tiwari (Historian and conservation architect), Birendra Bhakta Shrestha (chairperson of the Campaign to Rebuild Kasthamandap), Ganapati Lal Shrestha (heritage activist), Bhesh Narayan Dahal (director general […]