Burns Violence Survivors - Nepal

Established in 2008, Burns Violence Survivors Nepal (BVS Nepal) is a not for profit non-governmental organisation

BVS-Nepal helps and supports survivors of burns, resulting from accidents, or violence, such as attempted homicide attacks, normally using kerosene or acid and cases of self immolation and attempted suicide, often stemming from domestic violence.


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Short film - Gudiya

This short movie is the testimony of a burns survivors and how she rebuild her life after the attack

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Short film - Meena

The documentary ‘Meena’ is about the very real problem of suicide, and how it affects young women in Nepal. “According to a report published by the Family Health Division (Ministry of Health and Population), suicide is the leading cause of death among women of reproductive age in Nepal.” This is a hugely problematic, complex and sensitive issue, which has very little voice.

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Latest News

2017 - Stakeholders Meeting

On the 23rd April 2017, BVS Nepal organized an interaction program at Malla Hotel. The Honorable Health Minister, Mr. Gagan Kumar Thapa was the chief guest of the program.

Samakon TV Programme

BVS Nepal in coordination with Sancharika Samuha participated at a discussion on “Role and responsibility of society and state towards burns violence survivors" on Samakon program, Kantipur Television

Visit of Prince Harry to Kanti Children`s Hospital

BVS NEpal was proud to welcome Prince Harry and show him the work of BVS Nepal at the Kanti Children`s Hospital Burn Unit.

Post Earthquake activities


How to help: Local Crowdfunding

Now, you can support BVS Nepal programs easily thru the crowfunding Moco.

The technology enables SCT card holders to use their mobile phones for ON-SITE or OFF-SITE financial transactions to support BVS Nepal programs.