The SALT/YAMENers will serve alongside staff at KOSHISH Transit Home for women facing mental health problems. The primary focus of the participant is to complete formal research through a local university on the barriers facing women with mental health problems in Nepali society. The participant will also plan and lead recreational activities for residents, assist staff in carrying out the home’s daily schedule, and help with English-language reporting and proposal writing. Due to the sensitive nature of the position, a female is required.
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