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World Health Organization Collaborating Centres in Nepal

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World Health Organization Collaborating Centres in Nepal

WHO collaborating centres are institutions such as research institutes, parts of universities or academies, which are designated by the Director-General to carry out activities in support of the Organization’s programmes. Currently there are over 800 WHO collaborating centres in over 80 Member States working with WHO on areas such as nursing, occupational health, communicable diseases, nutrition, mental health, chronic diseases and health technologies. Following centres are recognized as a WHO collaborating centres in Nepal. 

WHO Collaborating Centre for TB and TB/HIV Research and Training 

Institution: SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Centre 
Address: Thimi, Bhaktapur G.P.O., Box 9517 – 44600
Date of Designation:  13/Mar/2002
Last Redesignation: 03/Jul/2018
Expiry:  03/Jul/2022
Terms of Reference:

  1. Training and knowledge dissemination on TB & HIV and laboratory  
  2. Technical support for operational research on TB/HIV, surveillance and cross border issues.  
  3. Provision of technical support to countries for implementation of TB and HIV control activities 

  1. Tuberculosis 
  2. HIV/AIDS 
Types of activity:

  1. Product development (guidelines; manual; methodologies; etc.) 
  2. Research 
  3. Training and education 

WHO collaborating centre for Ophthalmology 


  • Tilganga Eye Hospital
  • Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology
Tilganga Marg, 44600, Kathmandu
Date of Designation:10/Jun/2019
Last Redesignation:  10/Jun/2019
Expiry:  10/Jun/2023
Terms of Reference:

  1. Assist WHO with building capacity of ophthalmologists, allied and mid-level Ophthalmic personnel and managers 
  2. Under WHO’s leadership, participate in research such as the Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness (RAAB) to develop intervention programmes for control of blindness and to monitor and design existing blindness control programmes 
  3. Support WHO in the implementation of prevention of blindness activities 

  1. Disabilities and rehabilitation (excluding accident prevention) 
  2. Prevention of blindness 
  3. Ageing 

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