who we are

Green Tara Nepal, a non-governmental, apolitical and non-profit making organization, established in 2007. It works in research, publications, advocacy, training and social mobilization in a holistic community development approach.
Green Tara Nepal works in collaboration and cooperation with community people, CBOs, NGOs, civil societies and, external development partners at national and international level and. It works in close coordination with the government sector at federal, provincial, district and local level.


    We are non-governmental, apolitical and non-profit making organization.


    We work in health promotion, strengthening health system, women empowerment, demand creation for services, evidence-based policy, advocacy, training and social mobilization.


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Nawalparasi Safe Delivery Project (NPSD)

The Safe Delivery Project- Nawalparasi (2019-2022) Background:  Green Tara Nepal (GTN) has implemented the “Safe Delivery Project” in southernmost part of Nawalparasi bordering with India from 2012-2018 in Narsahi and Thulo Khairatawa health posts, w...

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Women's Health Project Phase V

Women’s Health Project, Phase-VI IntroductionMaternal mortality is one of the challenging fields in the context of developing countries and so is in Nepal. 99% of world maternal mortality is contributed by developing countries only. Among the major r...

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Dignity for Women

Dignity for Women - Ending Chhaupadi: Safe menstruation instead of stigmatisation and exclusion and access to reproductive health in Western Nepal PROJECT BRIEF Description The Dignity for Women Project launched in September 2021 and i...

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InPAV Project

Inclusive Partnership on Violence against Girls and Women with Disability in Nepal PROJECT BRIEF Women and girls with disabilities remain largely excluded from gender-based violence prevention programmes, including the variety of women’s empowerment...

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Small-scale research projects

Research: Promoting evidence-based interventions and policy advocacyGTN promotes evidence-based practices and research in coordination with academia and experts. Currently, it has several small-grants project collaborations with two UK universities:...

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Response to Covid-19

Response to Covid-19 Global pandemic of Covid-19 has heavily affected the life of Nepalese people. Health workers at the peripheral level, school teachers, Female Community Health Volunteers and women and children in the project districts were a...

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Post Disaster Health Promotion Project

District stakeholders, key informants and DHO annual report suggested that strengthening demand for maternal and child health services are a crucial need in the district.  Focus on increasing utilization of maternal, neonatal and child health se...

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Women's Health Project, 2016-2019

Women’s Health Project Phase-IVGreen Tara Nepal has been implementing Women’s Health Project, Phase IV in six districts of Nepal in partnership with Population Service International/Nepal.Key FeaturesFunding/Partner Agency:Population Service Internat...

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CoSMiN Project, 2019-2020

Hospitality, travelling and disease: co-producing a culturally adaptive storytelling intervention with migrants and families Co-producing Stories with Migrants in Nepal (CoSMiN) is a one-year (April 2019 – March 2020) project in partne...

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Increasing women's access to safe delivery through health service quality improvement and health promotion in NawalparasiGreen Tara Nepal (GTN) has been implementing AmplifyChange for Increasing women's access to safe delivery through health service...

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FCHV PPIUCD Study, 2019-2020

Research on the sustainability of training FCHVs on PPFP and PPIUD in Morang District, Province 1, NepalBackground:Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) are recognized as the pillar of the health system in Nepal and an important bridge linking t...

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Bajura Maternal and Newborn Project

Improving Access to Maternal and Child Health Care and Family Planning by Strengthening the Health System and Promoting Health in Rural Areas of Nepal PROJECT BRIEF Description This project launched in January 2022 and will terminate i...

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Rural Health Promotion Project

Ramechhap Rural Health Promotion Project PROJECT BRIEF Background: Poor infrastructure, lack of sanitation facilities in schools, low awareness of health needs and prevention measures, ignorance of health priorities, and lack of access...

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Respectful Maternity and Neonatal Health Promotion Project

Respectful Maternity and Neonatal Health Promotion ProjectImproving the health of urban mothers and their newborns during COVID-19 crisis in NepalDescription of the ProjectThe people, who settled in the industrial areas, have been heavily affected by...

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Strong Girls Project

Strong Girls Project: Improving the Educational Achievements of Dalit and other Marginalized Girls in Nepal Strong Girls Project is a three year (September 2018 - December 2021) project, jointly implemented by Green Tara Nepal,&nb...

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Umakunda Health Promotion Project

“उमाकुण्ड स्वास्थ्य प्रवर्धन परियोजना–रामेछाप”Umakunda Health Promotion Project- Ramechhap PROJECT BRIEF  1.0    BackgroundChildAid Network (CAN) has been working in Umakunda, Gokulganga and other rural municip...

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Longitudinal Study

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Promotion of Child, Adolescent and Maternal Health Promotion Project- Dolakha (DHP) PROJECT BRIEF Background Green Tara Nepal (GTN) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organisation established in 2007. GTN is registered wi...

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Who talk about us


What people says about us.


Prof. Edwin Roland van Teijlingen

Bournemouth University

Great research-focused non-governmental organisation working in health and development field.


Prof. Padam Simkhada (MSc, PhD)

University of Huddersfield

Green Tara Nepal is doing great for health promotion in nepal.


Susanne Traud-Dubois

Karuna Deutschland

Karuna Deutschland and Karuna Trust have been partnering with Green Tara Nepal since its establishment. I find it’s a professional organisation dedicated for improving the health and well-being of the people in remote Nepal with a particular focus on women and children.

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Mar 2013

First National Health Promotion Conference

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