Trishuli Plus, a community action group established in 2006, is a community based non-profit, politically non-aligned, non-governmental organization (NGO) led and run by and for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and affected by TB to provide HIV and TB prevention, care, support and treatment services. . Currently Trishuli Plus is women led organization. Trishuli Plus fosters meaningful involvement of communities in health policy development in Nepal through their participation as executive board and general members of key country decision-making platforms and in health promotion and prevention activities through mobilization of PLHIV and TB affected communities as outreach staff and peer speakers. In the course of implementing its positive prevention programs, community care centers, prevention program among migrants and their spouses, TB community mobilization and awareness raising activities, Trishuli Plus emerged as one of the leading agencies for HIV-related activities in Nuwakot and Rasuwa districts and has been able to serve more than 200 PLHIV – all of whom are from migrant community – for improving health and well-being as well as reducing HIV related stigma and discrimination (S&D). Since 2020, Trishuli plus field office has been established in kathmandu for the HIV prevention program among migrant and spouse in kathmandu valley. Trishuli Plus also has very strong and functional relationship with the District Health Office (DHO), District coordination Committee (DCC), District AIDS Coordination Committee (DACC) and other district level and local level government authorities and non-governmental stakeholders.Learn more
A report launch and dissemination of the TB-Community, Rights, and Gender (CRG) assessment in Nepal was held on June 2, 2023, at the Hotel Ambassador in Lazimpat. The meeting was chaired by Dr. Prajwol Shrestha, Director of the National Tuberculosis Control Center (NTCC), and was facilitated by Mr. Achut Sitaula.
Advocacy and lobbying with the local government are one big step to drag attention towards Mental Health. Generalizing the importance of integrating local government into action, Trishuli Plus under self-initiation organized one day orientation on ‘suicide prevention’ to mark World Suicide Prevention Day, 2022 among FCHVs, Health Post In charge and Health section representative of […]
After having the opportunity to work with the Trishuli Plus team, I am very much impressed with the work they are doing. From the TB- HIV and AIDS prevention program among migrants at Kathmandu to their community care and support program at Nuwakot, addressing the real problem of community has always been their priority. Their policy level advocacy and grass-root intervention- parallel to each other clearly reflects their determination to touch thousands of lives. They are an extremely committed and passionate group and, I am sure; they are making a big difference in the sector of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and malaria. I am glad to be associated with the organization in many ways and I wish the team all the best and success in their future endeavors
I am very pleased to say that my experience of being associated with Trishuli Plus has been exciting, fulling and excellent. I appreciate the perpetual effort of Trishuli plus in addressing and advocating for People Living with HIV/AIDS since its inception. I genuinely respect their effort to make a real impact and I feel privilege to be associated with them as an ART Counselor. Their genuine work is valuable to the community and my good wishes to Team for their future work.