A Bana Programme at National Institute of Mental Health was held for the Wesak Poya on 29th April 2018 with the participation of Clients and Staff.
National Institute of Mental Health, Sri Lanka
The Largest Hospital for Mental Health in Sri Lanka
The annual NIMH ‘Avurudu Ulela’ was held on 26.4.18. All staff and patients alike participated in the various traditional new year games. This event was presided by officials from the Ministry of Health and the general public. View the album below or click here.
A lecture on Tuberculosis was conducted on 25.04.2018 at NIMH to commemorate world TB day. The guest lecturer was Dr Lakmal Rathnayake from the National Programme for Tuberculosis Control and Chest Diseases. You can view the album below or click here.
A workshop on psycho-pharmacology will be held on March 20th at NIMH premises. Details are below.
A committee is established at NIMH, Mulleriyawa New town as per the National Policy against Sexual Harassment in the work place developed by the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka. To read more about this circular please click below.
An international mental health conference on the theme of ‘Education, Practice & Research Development of Mental Health Nursing in Sri Lanka’ is being organized by National Institute of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nurses Association, Sri Lanka. The conference will be held on 19th to 21st July 2018 at NIMH Training & Research lecture halls. If […]
A debate been arranged to commemorate International Women’s Day falling on March 8th 2018. All are welcome to attend. This debate will be held in collaboration with National Institute of Social Development and Debators’ Association of Royal College.
An article titled “A light in their darkness Abandoned mental health patients find a home at NIMH” has been published by Ceylon Today. Please read the article at https://ceylontoday.lk/print20170401CT20170630.php?id=40462.
Mano Mithuro Organization This is a registered, Not for Profit Local Non Government Organization with the sole objective of welfare and wellbeing of the patients admitted to the National Institute of Mental Health, Sri Lanka which is based in Angoda and Mulleriyawa. It is governed by an independent constitution and is managed with full financial […]
The official annual report of NIMH has been released it for 2016. Please read it below or go to our online library for more publications.