Board Members

Laxman Adhikari

President


Born in February 16 at Yamkha -6, Khotang, Mr. Adhikari is a Physiotherapi doctor by profession. He completed his BPT degree from HNB Garhwal University, Deharadun, India. He has received his masters degree from TU in Sociology.

 

Currently he has been working as a sport physiotherapist at Sports Medicine and Research Center, Nepal Sports Council, Tripureshwor Since 2 years, as Tutor for a basic physiotherapy concept, aim and treatment protocol for school Teacher, Camp Players, and coaches of different Games in Kathmandu and other regional branches of Nepal Sports Council, Physiotherapist in Korea Nepal Friendship Hospital as  a HOD of Physiotherapy Department since 3 years and General Secretary of Nepal Physiotherapy Association Central Committee (NEPTA).


Contact No
: 9808825696

E-Mail: laxphysiodoctor@yahoo.com 

Machhindra Archarya

Vice President


He is born on May 17 in Samundradevi-5, Nuwakot. He is enthusiastic and a social worker, professionally works at Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN) as Incharge of Admin/HR Department. He holds master degree in Management (MBS) and Sociology (MA). In the capacity of advocate, he has been regulary advocating for inclusiveness of all people in the development process.

He is voluntarily associated with different non governmental organizations like Change for Health Nepal, Nepal Para Taekwondo Association, Nepal Yongmudo Association and other local committees.

Contact: 9841602630
Email: machhin@gmail.com 

Lokendra Acharya

Secretary


Mr.  Lokendra Acharya was born on August 14 at Samundradevi-5, Nuwakot, Nepal. He has achieved his bachelor degree in Architect Engineering (BArch)  from TU. He is holding different responsible positions in several organization; Secretary at Nepal Para Taekwondo Association, Chief Taekwondo instructor in DeepJyoti Taekwondo Dojang, national coordinator for the development of Para, international relation manager for disable sports activities and Youth leader of United Nations organizations for sports and development (UNOSDP) Nepal.

Phone no. +977-9841808763 E-mail. lokuendra@gamil.com,

Radhika Thapa

Treasurer


 

Researcher by profession, Ms Thapa is actively engaged in different social and health related research since 2014. She had completed Master degree in English from Tribhuwan University, Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences from Nepa School of Social Sciences and Humanities and LLB fro from Nepal Law Campus. Beside her interest in research, She is also engaged in legal form with as professional legal professional since 2016.

Contact: 9843508595, 014382898(R), radhika.tha@gmail.com,

Born on Shrawan 20, Aginchok-8, Dhading

Researcher, Advocate and Master Degree Holder in English from TU

 

SOCIAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Treasurer of Change for Health Nepal

 Board Member of Human Development and Awareness Forum since their establishment

Shanker Bhatta

Joint Treasurer


Bishnu Bhattarai

Member


Ambu Chaudhary

Member


Sanjeev Bhattarai

Member


Jaya Nath Bhandari

Member


Events and News List

  • Nepali delegation off to US


    A delegation of Change for Health-Nepal (CFH-Nepal) left for the United States of America on Tuesday to participate in an interantional symposium being orgnaized by Recreation, Sports and Tourism Department of Illonnois University Urbana Champaign
    The delegation will participate in the symposium entitled ‘Forming Partnerships and Linkages in Sports for Development and Peace: Considerations, Tensions, and Strategies’ on March 7 and 8.
    CFH-Nepal’s Vice President Machhindra Acharya and Secretary Lokendra Acharya are in the delegation.

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  • Sports Material Distributed



    Change for Health Nepal (CFH -Nepal) distributed sports materials in Shree Pragatishil Secondary High School, Khadgabhanjyang, Nuwakot on February 12, 2017. The organization is conducting different sports related activities following the series of Sports for Healthy Living Campaign.


    Mr. Bishnu Bahadur Rimal, an active member of CFH-Nepal represented the program. Sports material included Vollyball, net, football, badminton set, cricket set and other material for indoor games. Speaking about the activities of organization, Mr. Rimal highlighted the importance of sports in the holistic development of any individual. He further added the importance of sports from the early ages of life and school is the best platform for enhancing sports and physical activity which in long run teach people about the importance of brotherhood, leadership and team spirit. The organization realizes that Including the people with disability in sports further contribute in the inclusive development of the nation. 
    Speaking on behalf of organization, Mr Rimal highly emphasized that sports help to keep us mentally and physically sound. 

    Senior CPNUML leader Mr. Mahendra Pandey was the chief guest of the program. CFH-Nepal is working with United Nations Organization of Sports for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) 2030 Goal #3Good Health & Wel-Being. CFH initiated the campaign on April 2016.

    The campaign was innaugarated by Wilfried Lemke, then special advisor of UN Secretary, for sports for development and peace.

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  • CFH participates Communities and Crisis Seminar

    Change for Health Nepal participated "Communities & Crisis: Inclusive Development through sport" seminar held in Rheinsberg, Germany.
    The seminar received the participants and speakers representing more than 15 countries. The seminar began with an ice breakers on the first day which was an opportunity for the participants to get to know each other better.

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  • Participation in Communities and Crisis : Inclusive Development through Sport Seminar

    Change for Health Nepal participated "Communities & Crisis: Inclusive Development through sport" seminar held in Rheinsberg, Germany.
    The seminar received the participants and speakers representing more than 15 countries. The seminar began with an ice breakers on the first day which was an opportunity for the participants to get to know each other better.

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  • Yog

    The meaning of “Yog” is: “to join together” or “to unite”. As human beings we are so busy in our worldly existence, that it makes us easily forget about our other dimension,

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  • Sport for Healthy Living

    A four-day ‘Sport for Healthy Living’ campaign organized on the occasion of 3rd International Day of Sport for Development and Peace concluded in Kathmandu on Wednesday.

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  • Our team involving in the reconstruction at rural areas

    Our team involving in the reconstruction at rural areas. Most of the rural houses were damaged at devastating earthquake of 25 April 2015 and it is very near for the one year of time. We had several difficulties caused by the Artificial and Natural crisis.
    But people have faith on their social values and they are working in community to support each other.

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  • Post Disaster Intervention Through Sports

    Sports activities with Surrounding Environment of Football, Volleyball, Baseball for Disaster Prevention Exercise.

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  • A great example of the destruction in the districts of Nepal

    A great example of the destruction in the districts of Nepal. With support from all our partners and friends we can help to empower the people of Nepal to build back better and safer and

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  • MEDICAL KITS AND BLANKET DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM

    Feb7th 2015, Change For Health Nepal (CFH Nepal) team successfully completed the First Aid Medical kits and Blanket Distribution drive at Kabelpur,

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