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

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Resource Centre For Primary Health Care
Thasikhel, Lalitpur-5, Nepal
P.O.Box : 117, Lalitpur, Nepal
Tel. : +977-01-5008010/15/31
Email : recphec@info.com.np

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 […]

Earthquake: Unprecedented Devastation

A strong 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal with the epicenter in Barpak, Gorkha on 25th April 2015 which is about 180 km northwest of Kathmandu, followed by more than 493-aftershocks. Another huge 6.8 earthquake hit again on 12th May 2015. The earthquakes caused extensive damage on life, property, infrastructure, cultural heritage & the ambient natural environment […]

RECPHEC’s Support to Earthquake Victims

RECPHEC has been working in Gorkha district in collaboration with local NGOs since very long time addressing health issues by empowering the rural people through community partnership with socio-economic empowerment enhancing their organizational capabilities. But due to earthquake & continuous aftershocks, it has not only cost huge loss of life & property, it has damaged […]

Solidarity in Rehabilitation of Earthquake Victims

Solidarity in Rehabilitation of Earthquake Victims Collective Efforts of RECPHEC and People of Ghairung VDC RECPHEC feels happy to encourage the co-operation received from the people of Ghairung VDC where we distributed materials including mosquito net, electric torch light and sanitary kit to a total of 425 families addressing women’s need.