About Organization

Public Health Research Society Nepal (PHRSN), is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization formed in 2010 A.D by like-minded socially motivated public health researchers, professionals and academicians. We are a multidisciplinary NGO, focused on policy-relevant evidence generation to create sustainable solutions and contribute to improving the quality of life of people. We believe in quality that creates a viable society where sustainable livelihood is ensured enabling innovative and sustainable solutions to the burning needs, challenges, and affairs in relation to the people in need.

The working sector being an organization with integrated objectives of development, PHRSN finds its concerns in Public Health, Hygiene and Sanitation, Disaster Management, Education, and gender mainstreaming, and all those sectors which are people-centered, participatory, and environmentally sound. Livelihood support activities with enhance people’s capabilities and widening their choices, child support programs (education, health promotion, and basic child rights), and gender-based sensitization by integration of women into the development process, self-reliance and self-determination of people are some of the sectors to mention

Our Expertise

We have a proven track record of end-to-end delivery of various research and evaluation studies using GESI perspectives. We work in the area of qualitative and quantitative studies and mixed methods research which includes participatory action research, operational research, and implementation research.

Strategic Plan

To share development and research experiences by addressing the gaps that exist in the health system considering inter-disciplines, multi-dimensions, multi-determinants, and cross-cutting issues of health

To provide necessary skills to the youths who aspire to work in the development sector

To identify and propose a planned approach for ongoing problems in the social and health sectors of Nepal

PHRSN aspires to support actions in partnership with national and international alliances, including the Government of Nepal, unilateral, bilateral, multi-lateral, and UN agencies.