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Essential Reproductive Health Care to be Delivered to Conflict-Affected Populations It is recognized that reproductive health plays a critical role in the comprehensive development process. It will, however, take a long time to address these concerns nation-wide. “The project will address immediate reproductive health needs of women...
UNFPA, (2007)
Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: A Serious Concern for UNFPA The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is seriously concerned about the number of sexual and gender-based violence cases reported recently by the media. UNFPA urges the authorities to react quickly and decisively. “Almost everyday we can read a...
UNFPA, (2006)
डडेल्धुरा जिल्लाको त्रिवर्षीय युवा रणनीतिक कार्य​ योजना नेपालको अन्तरिम संविधान,२०६३ मा “देशको विकासमा युवा जनशक्तिलाई परिचालन गर्न राज्यले विशेष नीति अवलम्वन गर्नेछ”भन्ने उल्लेख छ । राज्यका अजस्र शक्ति युवाहरुमा आशा, उत्साह, राष्ट्रिय भावना, जिम्मेवारी वोध, सीप विकास र रोजगार तथा स्वरोजगारका उपयुक्त अवसर...
UNFPA, (2014)
Dignity First: UNFPA Nepal 12 Month Earthquake Report (April 2016) In the immediate aftermate of the earthquake on 25th April 2015, UNFPA,the United Nations Population Fund, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, and many other partners, reache...
UNFPA, (2016)
Health Related Quality Of Life Of Women Suffering From Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Before And 9 To 11 Months After Surgical Interventions The current study on health related quality of life of women suffering from Pelvic Organ Prolapse before and 9 to 11 months after surgical intervention was conducted at two points in time. In 2011, a Baseline study was conducted which analysed inform...
UNFPA, (2013)
Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women Empowered women contribute to the health and productivity of whole families and communities and to improved prospects for the next generation. Therefore, it is very critical to empower and capacitate women in general and poor women from the discrimin...
UNFPA, (2007)
Nepal Earthquake: 100 Days into the Humanitarian Response (as of August 19) In the immediate aftermath of the earthquake on 25th April 2015, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare and many other partners, reache...
UNFPA, (2015)
A Mapping of Faith-based Responses to Violence against Women and Girls in the Asia-Pacific Region This report presents findings from a mapping initiative that aimed to capture how faith-based organizations respond to violence against women and girls in the Asia-Pacific region. As a collaborative initiative between UNFPA and the Asia-Pacific Women...
UNFPA, (2012)
Health Sector Response to Gender-Based Violence: An assessment of the Asia Pacific Region In the past few decades gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognised as a worldwide problem, crossing cultural, geographic, religious, social and economic boundaries. In 2006, the United Nations Secretary General released an in-depth study on all ...
UNFPA, (2010)
Assessing Supply Side Constraints Affecting The Quality Of Adolescent Friendly Services (AFS) And The Barriers For Service Utilization The purpose of this policy brief is to provide a snapshot on the situation of adolescents in Nepal as well as to present key findings and recommendations emanating from a study on barriers and constraints affecting the quality of AFS in Nepal which w...
UNFPA, (2015)
UNFPA PUTS YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE THROUGH SELFIES KATHMANDU, 6 JUNE 2014 The idea behind this campaign is to gather selfies as a show of support and use them to communicate to decision-makers that young people all over the world want to make sure that they are put in the picture of future development plans. This is part ...
UNFPA, (2014)
UNFPA Asia and the Pacific: Regional Programme For Asia and the Pacific at a Glance UNFPA’s Asia and the Pacific Regional Office (APRO) was established in July 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand, and became fully staffed and operational in early 2009, to provide a key link between UNFPA’s organization-wide vision, strategies, policies and an...
UNFPA, (2010)
Evaluation of UNFPA’s Sixth Country Programme in Nepal (2008-2012) UNFPA’s sixth country programme in Nepal(CP6)commenced in 2008 and was anticipated to conclude in December 2010. However, with government concurrence, CP6 was extended by two years to December 2012,in line with the agreed two year extension to the Un...
UNFPA, (2011)
Population Monograph of Nepal Nepal has been conducting population censuses since 1911. The first four censuses were conducted under the Rana Regime and were limited to specific purposes.In 1952/54, the first attempt was made to collect internationally comparable data from th...
UNFPA, (2014)
Obstetric Fistula Every day, almost 800 women die from pregnancy complications. For every woman who dies, 20 or more are injured or disabled. One of the most serious injuries of childbearing is obstetric fistula, a hole in the birth canal, caused by prolonged, obstruc...
UNFPA, (2011)
Statement on The International Day to End Obstetric Fistula by Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, United Nations Under-Secretary-General an Executive Director Of UNFPA, The United Nations Population Fund The theme of this year International Day to End Obstetric Fistula Tracking Fistula Transforming Lives,reflects an important step forward in eradicating this preventable condition,which affects an estimated two million women and girls To treat fistula...
UNFPA, (2014)
The Adolescent Experiences in-Depth: Using Data to Identify and Reach the Most Vulnerable Young Peopl Nepal 2006 Adolescence is a transitional stage of physical and psychological development that generally occurs during the period from puberty to legal adulthood (age of majority). Adolescence is usually associated with the teenage years,but its physical, psycho...
UNFPA, (2006)
UNFPA urges adversaries to respect Human Rights in Nepal Nepal Conflict Blocks Life-saving Health Services to Women. UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, called today on all parties to the conflict in Nepal to facilitate development and humanitarian assistance, and respect human rights. “It is vital ...
UNFPA, (2005)
Statement of the Speech on the Occasion of World Population Day 2005 Ms. Junko Sazaki, Representative, UNFPA Nepal The UNFPA poster has the slogan “Equality Empowers”. It says equality benefits everyone. Where girls have equal opportunity to education, societies become more prosperous. Where women have equal access to income, assets and services, families become ...
UNFPA, (2005)
25 Years of the ICPD: Accelerating the Promise The year 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), held in Cairo in 1994. At the Cairo conference, 179 governments adopted a visionary Programme of Action that called for women’s reproductiv...
UNFPA, (2019)
Gender-Based Violence in the Aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake In the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, gender-based violence (GBV) is likely to increase because communities and family structures are disrupted, populations are displaced, and an already fragile protection system is strained. The earthquake has i...
UNFPA, (2015)
Sub-National Estimates of Human Capital Indicators: Localizing Investments for the Demographic Dividend The demographic dividend is the accelerated development that can arise when a population has a relatively large proportion of working-age people coupled with effective human capital investment. We measure human capital needs at national and sub-natio...
UNFPA, (2016)
Many Faiths Different Contexts: Experiences with Faith-Based Organisations in the Asia and Pacific Region This publication is an effort to capture some of the aspects of the work of UNFPA’s partnerships with inter-faith groups and religious leaders. The extent to which religion often serves as a critical broker of human and even government existence is o...
UNFPA, (2015)
A report of the Conference on Advocating Universal Access to Reproductive Health Services and Commodity Security 28-30 Less than seven years from 2015,significant changes remain to meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The countries of South Asia are likely to meet MDG5 : "Improve maternal Health",which includes reducing maternal mortality. The maternal mo...
UNFPA, (2009)
Universal Access To Reproductive Health ( Progress And Challenges ) The importance of reproductive health and access to family planning in particular are now well recognized, to not only improve women’s chances of surviving pregnancy and childbirth, but also to contribute to related issues such as gender equality, be...
UNFPA, (2016)
UNFPA in Asia and the Pacific: Because Everyone Counts UNFPA’s work is guided by the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for 2015. Each provides benchmarks for national efforts to reduce poverty, promote health and gender equality...
UNFPA, (2010)
Sex Selection: Pervasiveness and Preparedness in Nepal In Nepal, as in many Asian countries, son preference is very strong, due to the country’s longstanding patriarchal social structure. According to the 2001 census, sex ratios (computed as the number of males per 100 females) for those younger than 1 y...
UNFPA, (2007)
Women Count For Peace: 10th Anniversary Of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 On 31st October 2000, the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 on women, peace and security. UNSCR 1325 is a landmark legal and political document that for the first time in the Council’s history obliges all act...
UNFPA, (2010)
Government of Nepal and UNFPA sign new CPAP for 2013 - 2017 Mr. Madhu Kumar Marasini, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance, on behalf of Government of Nepal and Mr. Najib M. Assifi, UNFPA Representative a.i/Officer-In-Charge signed today a new United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Programme Action P...
UNFPA, (2013)
Realizing the Potential The report, scheduled for publication in early 2014, reflects the views of States and stakeholders and shows that the Programme of Action has significantly contrib- uted to tangible progress: fewer women today are dying in pregnancy and childbirth; s...
UNFPA, (2013)
Sex Imbalances At Birth: Current Trends, Consequences, and Policy Implications Education, urbanization and economic development have significantly improved opportunities for Asian women and girls over the last two decades. Yet, this well-documented progress in women’s status and gender equality has coincided with a less gloriou...
UNFPA, (2012)
UNFPA in Asia and the Pacific UNFPA is the main UN agency supporting the planning and implementation of population censuses. The Fund also supports demographic and household surveys, as well as the use of civil registration data, all necessary tools to allow countries to plan for...
UNFPA, (2013)
Women Are The Fabric: Reproductive Health For Communities In Crisis Highlights: 1. When crisis strikes, UNFPA sends emergency supplies and equipment to make childbirth safer and to support medical interventions where necessary. More comprehensive services are organized when the worst of the crisis has passed. 2. U...
UNFPA, (2015)
UNFPA personnel singing and dancing the Deuda way against VAW [Youtube] [Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mly0pe0Vjn8 [Abstract]- Violence against women (VAW) occurs everywhere – at home, families, schools, workplace, communities and public places. Just because you can’t see violence, it doesn’t mean it isn’...
UNFPA, (2014)
Review of Maternal Health Policies/Strategies from a Reproductive Rights Perspective #MaternalHealth #MaternalHealthPolicies #Reproductive Rights #WomenRights There is a strong consensus among health experts regarding effective interventions to address maternal mortality, these are generally easy to reach and are even cost- effective. Yet many women living in the eleven countries selected for the review do...
UNFPA, (2010)
बझाङग जिल्ला पाश्र्वचित्र, २०७० नेपालमा योजनावद्ध विकास वि.सं. २०१३ सालदेखि प्रारम्भ भई हालसम्म १३औं राष्ट्रिय आवद्यिक योजनाको कार्यान्वयन तहसम्म आईपुगेको छ । वि.सं. २०४६ सालको वहुदलीय व्यवस्थाको पुनःस्थापना पश्चात् स्थानीय स्रोत, साधन तथा क्षमता प्रवद्र्धन गर्ने उद्देश्यले विकेन्द...
UNFPA, (2014)
Demographic Prognosis for South Asia: a Future of Rapid Ageing This study analyses the situation of population ageing in South Asia. 1 At present the eight countries of this sub-region together account for 15 per cent of the World’s and nearly 25 per cent of the developing world’s older population. These proport...
UNFPA, (2009)
Population Ageing in East and South- East Asia: Current Situation and Emerging Challenges “Population ageing”, defined as the increasing proportion of older persons. in the total population, has come to dominate the demographic scenario in most developing countries. While until the closing decades of the twentieth century population agein...
UNFPA, (2006)
UNFPA And Disaster Risk Reduction In Asia And The Pacific – The Most Disaster-Prone Region In The World Across Asia and the Pacific, and indeed globally, women weave and mend the social fabric of our communities. When emergencies and disasters strike, women overcome immense obstacles to provide care and safety for others. But they also need care and sa...
UNFPA, (2015)
Post Training Follow- up for Skilled Birth Attendants: Review of Implementation Experiences -September 2009 In 2006 the Government of Nepal (GoN) approved the National Policy on Skilled Birth Attendants, in line with intern ational recognition of the critical role of the Skilled Birth Attendant (SBA) in reducing maternal mortality. This policy used the ...
UNFPA, (2009)
The State of The World's Mid Wifery 2011-Nepal Nepal is currently in a process of post-conflict transition. Great disparities in access to health care can be found between different ethnic groups, among people of different education and income levels, and between geographic areas. The total fer...
UNFPA, (2011)
At The Heart of The Earthquake Epicenter: Addressing Reproductive Health Needs in Gorkha Kabita BK got married at the age of 16. At only 17 she gave birth to her first child at home with the help of a traditional birth attendant. Now at 20 Kabita is pregnant with her second child, but this time she wants to give birth in a health facilit...
UNFPA, (2015)
FINAL REPORT: UNFPA Nepal Emergency Response Evaluation A Joint Initiative of UNFPA and the Columbia University School for International and Public Affairs Columbia University New York, NY May 2009 Nepal is simultaneously a developing country, a country in transition, and a country in humanitarian crisis. The fact that Nepal is vulnerable to natural disasters only further compounds the country’s challenge for social, economic, and political dev...
UNFPA, (2009)
Facility Based Assessment for Reproductive Health Commodities and Services UNFPA has initiated the facility based assessment for reproductive health commodities and services on an annual basis to monitor the progress towards ensuring success of the fund’s objective. For this, NDRI supported UNFPA for conducting a baseline...
UNFPA, (2014)
Facility Based Assessment for Reproductive Health Commodities and Services: The Global Programme to Enhance Reproductive Health Commodity Security (GPRHCS) is a unique and effective mechanism to deliver results in key priority countries. This UNFPA programme operates as a thematic pooled fund with a focused mission to ensur...
UNFPA, (2014)
(Wrong File) Government of Nepal and UNFPA Sign New CPAP for 2013 - 2017 The new CPAP will be nationally led and will use national systems to the extent possible. UNFPA will actively engage in purposeful partnerships to achieve CPAP results with government, Nepali civil society, UN agencies and External Development Partne...
UNFPA, (2009)
Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women the amount of suffering and the human rights violations faced by Nepalese women during the conflict is yet to be reduced since the peace process has just begun. Moreover, as other country examples show, sexual gender based violence tends to increase...
UNFPA, (2007)
Government of Nepal and UNFPA Sign New CPAP for 2013 - 2017 The new CPAP will be nationally led and will use national systems to the extent possible. UNFPA will actively engage in purposeful partnerships to achieve CPAP results with government, Nepali civil society, UN agencies and External Development Partn...
UNFPA, (2013)
Impact of Conflict in UNFPA Supported Population and Reproductive Health Integrated (PARHI) Project Activities In Dadeldhura, Kapilvastuand Mahottari Districts A study team developed tools and methodology and conducted field visit in Mahottari, Kapilvastu and Dadeldhura in November/December 2005. Atdistrict level, the team reviewed the PARHI activities in relation to the ongoing conflict. Two Village De...
UNFPA, (2005)
International Women’s Day Whether it is human trafficking, domestic violence,crimes committed in the name of honor or passion, child marriage, female genital mutilation/cutting, or sexual violence,which in many conflict situations has reached alarming proportions, violence a...
UNFPA, (2009)
New Report Shows Cultural Sensitivity Critical to Successful Development Strategies, Women's Equality The report focuses on the basic fact the international human rights framework has universal validity. Human rights express values common to all cultures and protect groups as well as individuals. The report endorses culturally sensitive approaches - ...
UNFPA, (2008)
Statement on the Occasion of World World's Day 2009 Today, as we commemorate World Population Day, the global financial and economic crisis threatens to reverse hard-won gains in education and health in developing countries. Among those hardest hit are women and girls. This is why the theme of this ye...
UNFPA, (2009)
Women Central to Efforts to Deal with Climate Change, Says New UNFPA Report For many people climate change is everyday reality.In recent years, both food and fuel have been harder to find. The available water carries parasites. The forest area in Nepal is shrinking yearly by 1.6 percent from approximately 37 percent of the a...
UNFPA, (2009)
State Of World Population 2015 Right now, more people are displaced by crisis than at any time since the cataclysm of the Second World War: an estimated 59.5 million. Natural disasters now affect 200 million people a year. For some, the setbacks are temporary. For others, they may...
UNFPA, (2015)
सुरक्षित मातृत्व तथा प्रजनन स्वास््य अधिकार ऐन नेपालको संविधानदृारा प्रदत्त महिलाको सुरक्षित मातृत्व तथा प्रजनन स्वास्थ्य सम्बन्धी हकको सम्मान ,संरक्षण र परिपूर्ति गर्नको लागि मातृत्व तथा प्रजनन स्वास्थ्य सेवालाई सुरक्षित, गणस्तरीय, सर्वसुलभ र पहुँच योग्य बनाउने सम्बन्धमा आवश्यक व्यवस्थ गर्न वा...
UNFPA, (2019)
Gender-Based Violence Sub-Cluster in the Aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake The earthquake humanitarian response to mitigate GBV risks, especially violence against women and girls, and to provide safe and comprehensive services for those affected by GBV. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #HealthCare ...
UNFPA, (2015)
Youth and Mental Health In 2011, the World Health Organization supported the World Mental Health Survey, which found that many mental disorders have their onset in childhood or adolescence, in fact half of lifetime mental disorders appear by age 14. However, diagnosis and...
UNFPA, (2014)
Early Marriage in Nepal web series second episode [YouTube] URL:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AB8ftkmgsSc&t=329s Duration :0:00 - 7.57 Rating :[U] Video quality:360p Timeline: 0.5 sec :Rakesh and Payal run away from the home. 0.55 sec : Payal is afraid of her parents. 1.17 sec :Rakesh says...
UNFPA, (2017)
ICPD AT 15: Priority Challenges for Asia and the Pacific - A Regional Review of ICPD Implementation The International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), held at Cairo in 1994, adopted a comprehensive, and in many Nways path breaking, Programme of Action (POA) that has led to the reorientation of population policies and programmes wo...
UNFPA, (2009)
Integrating Reproductive Rights into the Work of National Human Rights Institutions of the Asia Pacific Region Reproduction is an elemental, life-changing common experience for much of humanity. Yet each year more than 120 million couples have an unmet need for contraception, 80 million women have unintended pregnancies (45 million of which end in abortion); ...
UNFPA, (2011)
Making AID more Effective in Asia and the Pacific: UNFPA's Responsee to the Paris Declaration As a development partner fully committed to the principles of the Paris declaration on AID Effectiveness (2005) and the Accra for Action (2008), as well as the process of UN Reform, UNFPA has been adjusting its programmes and systems to individual co...
UNFPA, (2011)
TERMS OF REFERENCE UNFPA UNFPA will be implementing the UNFPA Nepal Family Planning Project (UNFPP)-funded by United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) for the period of four years (December 2016 to December 2020). The project aims to contribute in imp...
UNFPA, (2017)
TERMS OF REFERENCE UNFPA UNFPA Ensures effective implementation of programme strategies Thorough analysis and research of the political, social and economic situation in the country related to gender equality and reproductive rights.It performs its work through constant moni...
UNFPA, (2017)
UNFPA Annual Report 2018 UNFPA is active in Nepal since 1971, providing support to health secor, enhancing national responses to gender-based violence and implelemting the population and housing census.Today, programmes support the subnational capacity for planning and manag...
UNFPA, (2019)
Leaving No One Behind (TA3.07) SAE Method Training Workshop: Combining Data Sources to Generate Small Area Estimates for Family Planning The purpose of developing a Small Area Estimation (SAE) method is to better identify the areas where the need for family planning support are the greatest, in order to geographically target investment to enhance family planning. UNFPA aims to streng...
UNFPA, (2017)
निर्णय पुस्तिकाको प्रयोग: परिवार नियोजनका ग्राहक र सेवा प्रदायकका लागि बुदाहरु: १. पहिलो खण्डको छेउमा भएका फुर्का (side tabs) हरुबाट नयाँ ग्राहकलाई परिवार नियोजनको उपयुक्त साधन छनौट गर्न र पुनः आएका ग्राहकको आवश्यकताहरु पुरा गर्न सहयोग गर्दछ ।सामान्यतया परामर्श सेवा छेउमा भएका कुनै एक फुर्काबाट दिन सकिन्छ । २. साधन खण...
UNFPA, (2014)
Population Situation Analysis of Nepal (With Respect to Sustainable Development) UNFPA Nepal 2017 The year 2014 marked the end of the successful implementation of a 20-year Programme of Action (PoA) endorsed by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo, Egypt in 1994. In September 2014, in its resolution 65/2...
UNFPA, (2017)
Statement for the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula. Women and girls in Nepal are still suffering from obstetric fistula,a health condition that is preventable and in most cases treatable. Obstetric fistula, a hole in the birth canal,is one of the most serious injuries of childbirth caused by prolonged...
UNFPA, (2016)
बृहत्तर यौनिकता शिक्षा: शिक्षक स्रोत सामग्री धेरैजसो किशोरकिशोरीहरू विद्यालयमा हुने भएकाले किशोरकिशोरीहरू यौनिक व्यवहारका लागि सक्रिय हुनुभन्दा पहिले नै धेरै किशोरकिशोरीहरूलाई बृहत्तर यौनिकता शिक्षा दिनका लागि विद्यालय क्षेत्रले ठूलो अवसर प्रदान गर्दछ । विद्यालयको पाठ्यक्रममा समावेश गरेर र स्वा...
UNFPA, (2018)
विभाजित विश्व : असमानताको युगमा प्रजनन् स्वास्थ्य र अधिकार असमानतालाई तत्काल समाधान नगर्ने र अति विपन्न महिलालाई उनीहरूका आफ्ना जीवनबारे आफैंले निर्णय लिन सक्ने गरी सशक्तीकरण नगर्ने हो भने अस्थिरता र अशान्ति तथा विकासमा जोखिम सामाना गर्नु पर्न सक्ने संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघीय जनसंख्या कोष (यूएनएफपीए)ले १७ अक्टोबर ...
UNFPA, (2017)
Family Planning National Programme Profile The family planning national programme profile provides an overview of some key issues around access to family planning, particularly commodity security. It does not details all interventions needed at country level to provide rights-based access to ...
UNFPA, (2017)
DIGNITY FIRST In the immediate aftermath of the earthquake on 25 April 2015, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, and many other partners, reached...
UNFPA, (2016)
Nepal Earthquake : 5 Month Progress REPORT of THE Humanitarian Response In the immediate aftermath of the earthquake on 25th April 2015, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, and many other partners, reach...
UNFPA, (2015)
Reproductive health following the devastating earthquake in Nepal, many health facilities were destroyed with supplies and drugs being damaged. with over 1.4 million women and girls of reproductive age affected by the earthquake, meeting reproductive health, (RH) needs ...
UNFPA, (2016)
Response to GBV women and adolescent girls bear extraordinary burdens when natural disaster strikes a country. Gender based violence (GBV) is especially a sensitive issue with adequate services often lacking or non existent. often times GBV survivors can feel they h...
UNFPA, (2016)
United Nations Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Office for Project Services Highlights: 1. The peace process in Nepal, which began in 2006 and ended a decade-long civil conflict, is gradually moving forward. The Constituent Assembly elected in May 2008 declared Nepal a federal republic. The Assembly is expected to promulga...
UNFPA, (2012)
Nepal Earthquake 100 Days Into the Humanitarian Response The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on 25 April 2015 and the numerous aftershocks that followed including one measuring 7.3 caused widespread destruction and loss of life. Nearly 9,000 people were killed and more than 22,000 others were injur...
UNFPA, (2015)
Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women in Nepal Nepal is signatory to almost all international conventions on human rights, women's rights, and children's rights as well as to agreement on international goals regarding education, health and poverty eradication. Nepal has thus committed itself to m...
UNFPA, (2007)
Status of Reproductive Morbidities in Nepal In recent years,the reproductive and sexual health of women has drawn increasing attentions. High prevalence of reproductive morbidities including sexually transmitted infections are soaring among married women. This research tries to explain and put...
UNFPA, (2006)
MISP for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations in Nepal -Youtube Abstraction: The Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) is a series of crucial actions required to respond to reproductive health needs at the onset of every humanitarian crisis. The MISP is not just kits of equipment and supplies; it is a set of act...
UNFPA, (2018)
Evaluation of the MISP for Reproductive Health Services in Post-earthquake Nepal UNFPA In April and May 2015, two devastating earthquakes hit central Nepal. More than 5 million people were affected, of whom 1.4 million were estimated to be women of reproductive age. More than 90,000 women were estimated to be pregnant, and 10,300 we...
UNFPA, (2016)
First National Population Conference 2014 Nepal has witnessed many important demographic changes over the last two decades due to declining fertility and mortality rates, increasing life expectancy, increasing age at marriage and a large volume of both internal and international migration. N...
UNFPA, (2014)
Health Response to Gender-Based Violence Competency Based Training Package for Blended Learning and On-the-Job-Training Among married women, one-third had experienced emotional, physical, or sexual violence from their spouses. Another study has reported that nearly half of Nepalese women experienced violence at some point in their lives, and three-quarters of the per...
UNFPA, (2016)
Management of Obstetric Fistula for Health Care Providers – On-the-Job Training Obstetric fistula is a devastating child birth injury that has been severely neglected, despite the traumatizing impact it has on the lives of affected women and girls. This publication is intended for learners, facilitators and supervisors to be com...
UNFPA, (2014)
National Population and Housing Census 2011 (National Report) Population and Households: Population of Nepal as of the census day (June 22, 2011) stands at 26,494,504 showing population growth rate of 1.35 per annum. Similarly, Total number of households in the country is 5,427,302 with 5,423,297 individual ho...
UNFPA, (2011)
Nepal Adolescent and Youth Survey 2010/11 Nepal is divided into five development regions namely Eastern, Central, Western, Mid-western and Far-western.The cross section of these five regions with rural-urban set up will provide ten domains.However, the inclusion of the Kathmandu Valley as se...
UNFPA, (2011)
Population Monograph In Nepal (Vol. III: Economic Demography) The Population Monograph of Nepal 2014, an analytic report of the census 2011 presented in three volumes contains in-depth analysis of different topics related to the population of the country prepared by the eminent professionals dealing with such i...
UNFPA, (2014)
Population Monograph Of Nepal (Vol. II: Social Demography) The Population Monograph of Nepal 2014, an analytic report of the census 2011 presented in three volumes contains in-depth analysis of different topics related to the population of the country prepared by the eminent professionals dealing with such i...
UNFPA, (2014)
UNFPA DIGNITY KITS When the disaster hits Nepal UNFPA ensures that reproductive health needs and protection concerns of women and girls are integrated into emergency responses.One of the way in which UNFPA supports women and girls in the aftermath of natural disaster i...
UNFPA, (2015)
At The Heart Of The Earthquake Epicentre: Addressing Reproductive Health Needs In Gorkha Kabita BK got married at the age of 16. At only 17 she gave birth to her first child at home with the help of a traditional birth attendant. Now at 20 Kabita is pregnant with her second child, but this time she wants to give birth in a health facilit...
UNFPA, (2015)
United Nations Population Fund- Dignity First Nepal Earthquake: 5 Month Progress Report Of The Humanitarian Response In the immediate aftermath of the earthquake on 25th April 2015, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, and many other partners, reach...
UNFPA, (2015)
Evaluation Branch - DOS: EQA for UNFPA Nepal Country Programme Evaluation Highlights: 1. The report does not present information clearly with some information scattered across several different sub-sections. 2.The executive summary presents the findings/conclusions in a confusing arrangement. 3. The methodology section...
UNFPA, (2012)
Dignity First: UNFPA Nepal 12 Month Earthquake Report April 2016 This one year report (April 2015-April 2016) — Dignity First — is about what services and support were provided to earthquake-affected people, particularly to address the Sexual and Reproductive Health needs of women and girls as well as prevent and ...
UNFPA, (2016)
विपदको अवस्थामा किशोरकिशोरीको लागि यौन तथा पज्नन स्वस्थय सेवा सहयोगी सामग्री नेपाल बादी, पहिरो भूकम्प जस्ता पकृतिक प्रकोपको अत्यधिक सम्भावना रहेको मुलक हो । पकृतिक प्रकोप र मानवजन्य विपदका कारण मनिसहरु आन्तरिक तथा बाह्य्ररूपमा बिस्थापित हुन पुग्दछ । यसरी बिस्थापित भयका जनसमुयमा बिसेस गरेर महिला , किशोरकिशोरीको र बालबालि...
UNFPA, (2015)
A Study on Selected Reproductive Health Morbidity among Women Attending Reproductive Health Camps in Nepal RH morbidity is a broad concept that encompasses a wide range of health issues and problems related to reproductive organs and functions. This includes, but is not limited to, childbearing. RH morbidity include obstetric morbidity sustained during pr...
UNFPA, (2016)
Adolescent Girls in Disaster & Conflict Adolescent girls are overlooked in turbulent times of disaster and conflict. Traumatized, constrained by tradition, torn from school and family structures and familiar social networks they can be lost in the crowd in a refugee camp or disrupted...
UNFPA, (2016)
Comprehensive Sexuality Education Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) provides a full range of information, life skills and values to enable young people to make informed choices about their health and sexuality. It is rights-based, age appropriate and gender-sensitive education ...
UNFPA, (2016)
DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND UNFPA Too many young people, especially from poor, rural, marginalized, excluded and high-risk groups, are unable to fully participate in society. To prepare for the future leaving no one behind, there is a need to provide the right opportunities and to em...
UNFPA, (2016)
Early and Forced Child Marriage Child, early and forced marriages often mean the end of a girl’s education, setting aside her chances of a vocation or career and undermining her life choices and her human rights. Early marriage can also have life-threatening consequences. Girls who...
UNFPA, (2016)
Ending Impunity for Child Marriage in Nepal Child marriage, though a criminal offense, has been practiced for generations in Nepal. Globally, Nepal has one of the highest rates of child marriage: 37% of Nepali women ages 20-24 years were first married by age 18, and 10% were married by a...
UNFPA, (2016)
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