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+977 01-5537814
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Sanchal Marg, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal


Sun – Fri: 10am – 5pm
Weekends: 11am – 1pm

About SPARSHA Nepal

SPARSHA Nepal is a community-supported Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). SPARSHA Nepal primarily focuses on reducing the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV and AIDS. Initially started as an informal network in 2002, SPARSHA Nepal, registered formally in 2004 is run by and for People Living with HIV and AIDS and their friends (PLHAF). The organization believes in a comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS, which includes providing preventive messages to the general population, necessary quality treatment and care and support services and capacity building for PLHA and other Most Risk Populations (MRPs), with a special focus on drug users (DUs).

SPARSHA Nepal networks, coordinates, and collaborates with like-minded grass root organizations, local as well as the central government, international/national NGOs and human rights organizations. The organization has been adopting Community Mobilization as an approach for sustainability of its activities and has been trying to foster an alliance with local communities and the corporate sector.

Where are you based?

We are based in Kathmandu but run programs in various districts all over Nepal.

Do you offer OST services?

Yes, we offer OST (Opiod Substitution Therapy) by distributing OST medicine (Methadone or Buprenorphine) overseen by trained OST nurses as approved by the government

Is Sparsha Nepal an ART Clinic?

Yes, we are one of the 84 ART sites approved by the Ministry of Health. Read more

Can I get tested for HIV?

Yes we can get you tested for HIV in Sparsha Nepal along with other queries and personalised counselling as well. Many other places provide testing for HIV infection. Common testing locations include local health departments, clinics, offices of private doctors, hospitals, and other sites set up specifically to provide HIV testing. 

What if I test positive for HIV?

If you test positive for HIV, the sooner you take steps to protect your health, the better. Early medical treatment and a healthy lifestyle can help you stay well. Prompt medical care may delay the onset of AIDS and prevent some life-threatening conditions. It is very important to take your HIV medicines exactly as directed. We have better treatments today, and people are living longer and with a better quality of life than ever before. There is much you can do to stay healthy and protect others. Learn all that you can about maintaining good health.

Our location:

Sanchal Marga, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal

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