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Welcome to BIJAM

Welcome

BIJAM is the short form of Bidhyarthi Jagarn Mancha in Nepali, translated in English as Student Awareness Forum. It was formed in 1995 with registered (Reg. .No – 163/052/053) in Parsa District Administration Office and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council (Affln. 3763/052/053) and PAN (301683733). The focus of work for the last 18 years has been on increasing the awareness and knowledge about Drug, HIV & AIDS through many different projects. Recently program on tuberculosis has been added in the Parsa district as part of TB HIV co-infection intervention. These programs have been taken the social message to schools, colleges, factories and through its mass communication programs to the general public. However, interpersonal communication strategy has been applied amongst project target group as major intervention of the projects. In more recent years it has centered on the TB, HIV and drug risk reduction services including behavior change communication interventions, access to clean needles and syringes, condom distribution, VCT, STI treatment Read more...

 

From the President

Mahesh Aryal- President

We would like to thank all the beneficiaries who are enrolled in BIJAM through different programs being carried out.

We do hope that the services we have been delivering will be fruitful and benefited for long run. In behalf of the program we wish the entire target group have a constructive future.

I would like to offer my heartfelt thanks & gratitude to the staffs for their valuable contribution has been highly appreciated. Without their effort, carrying out the programme and provide quality service to target group would not have been feasible. , their sincere effort has added milestones in the program.

We would like to express thank to all the Government bodies, Non government bodies together with all the Community based organization's who has always held up and supported in the betterment and improvement for helping stepping ahead in the way of success. We would like to thank other service providing agencies working in the Parsa district in HIV & AIDS sector. Read more...

   

Projects :

Drug Treatment

Drug Treatment

In February 2006, BIJAM had established a drug treatment centre in Birgunj for the first time and has been continued from beginning to end by UNDP/ DFID. BIJAM realized that in the fight against the spread of HIV & AIDS epidemic it is essential not only to provide services t...

Sath Sath Project

Sath Sath Project

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Local Government Community Development program (LGCDP)

Local Government Community Development program (LGCDP)

Local Government Community Development program (LGCDP) has been carrying out in five VDCs (Sirsiya Khalwatol,Bindabasini,Udaypur Ghurmi & Allaun,subarnapur) of Parsa district with the support of DDC parsa .This program is focused on empowering the marginalized people o...

Comprehensive package of HIV/AIDS for IDUs and PLHIV

Comprehensive package of HIV/AIDS for IDUs and PLHIV

BIJAM has been implementing "Harm Reduction Program among IDUs through Peer based Outreach intervention” since August 2002, now partnering with Save the Children Nepal in Bara, Parsa & Makwanpur under SSF-Global Fund Round 10.

The purpose of Harm Reduction Program is to...

Community Info Center

Community Info Center

Community Information Center (American Corner), Birgunj, Nepal is an informative and educational initiative of BIJAM and Birgunj Jaycees aided by American library, Kathmandu, Nepal to meet the growing intellectual needs of the society. After months rigorous preparation to en...

A Comprehensive Package for Migrant & their Families (AMDA-HAMI Project)

A Comprehensive Package for Migrant & their Families (AMDA-HAMI Project)

 A Comprehensive Package for Migrant & their Families (AMDA-HAMI Project) is effective from 2 May 2012 in Parsa district by BIJAM with the support from AMDA Nepal focused on reducing HIV prevalence on migrants & their families. There are a six staffs including a distri...