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74th UN Day 2019 Children enjoying skipping rope and stationary exercise bike workouts at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Skipping rope helps improve motor skills including timing, coordination, balance, and posture which play an important part in contributing ...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 A school girl trying weight lifting at WHO Nepal's Stall during UN Day 2019. If done correctly and safely, strength training can provide multiple benefits to young athletes. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #BeatNCDs #WeightLift ...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 A visitor in action with the punching bag at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Punching bag builds punching power, stamina, and can increase the metabolic rate for days afterward. This workout involves the legs as well as the arms to train the wh...
WHO, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 A visitor showing skills with the punching bag at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Punching bag builds punching power, stamina, and can increase the metabolic rate for days afterward. This workout involves the legs as well as the arms to train t...
WHO, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 A visitor trying Battle Rope exercise at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Battle rope exercise is packed with fat-burning and muscle-building benefits and improves cardio fitness. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #BeatNCDs #...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 A visitor trying punching bag workout at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Punching bag builds punching power, stamina, and can increase the metabolic rate for days afterward. This workout involves the legs as well as the arms to train the whole ...
WHOS.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 A visitor trying stationary exercise bike workout at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Stationary bike workout helps to burn calories and body fat while strengthening your heart, lungs, and muscles. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBei...
WHO, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 An elderly visitor trying Battle Rope exercise at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Battle rope exercise is packed with fat-burning and muscle-building benefits and improves cardio fitness. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #B...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 Hashina Begum, Deputy Representative of UNFPA Nepal riding a stationary exercise bike at WHO Nepal's stall during UN day 2019. Stationary bike exercise is an efficient and effective way to burn calories and body fat while strengthening your heart, lu...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 Mr. Christian Manhart, UNESCO Representative to Nepal trying Battle Rope exercise at WHO Nepal's stall at UN Day 2019. Battle rope exercise is packed with fat-burning and muscle-building benefits and improves cardio fitness. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 ...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 School children trying weight lifting at WHO Nepal's Stall during UN Day 2019. If done correctly and safely, strength training can provide multiple benefits to young athletes. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #BeatNCDs #StrengthT...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 School girls trying weight lifting at WHO Nepal's Stall during UN Day 2019. If done correctly and safely, strength training can provide multiple benefits to young athletes. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #BeatNCDs #WeightLift #...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 Stine Heiselberg, Head of the UN Resident Coordination Office in Nepal beating Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) with punching bag workout at WHO Nepal's stall during UN Day 2019. Punching bag builds punching power, stamina, and can increase the metab...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 Visitors in action at WHO Nepal's Stall during UN Day 2019. With an aim to beat NCDs, WHO teamed up with Gymkhana to demonstrate different workout methods for maintaining fit and healthy body. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #B...
WHO, (2019)
74th UN Day 2019 Visitors trying weight training workouts at WHO Nepal's Staff during UN Day 2019. Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles. #UNDay #UNDay2019 #SDG3 #GoodHealthAndWellBeing #WHO #B...
WHO/S.G.Amatya, (2019)
Asia-Pacific Workshop on Multisectoral Collaboration for the Prevention and Control of Zoonosis Expansion of population, higher demand on agriculture and livestock production, extensive use of antimicrobial and global warming triggers the emergence and re-emergence of new pathogens, contributing the significant risk of public health threat. Thi...
WHO, FAO, OIE, (2013)
HEALTH ADVISORY Seasonal Influenza A (H1N1) Human Influenza (flu) occurs all over the world, it is estimated that annually 5 – 10% of adults and 20 – 30% of children get influenza globally. It is caused by three types of influenza viruses, labeled A, B, and C. Type A influenza viruses are furt...
WHO, (2017)
PROGRESS OF POLIO ERADICATION IN NEPAL (1996-2014) The Government of Nepal as a signatory country of World Health Assembly, had expressed the commitment for this initiative at various Global forums and took ownership for the efforts of polio eradication that have been focused on partnership and comm...
DOHS-MOHP-GON-WHO, (2015)
Global Tuberculosis Report (2015) This global TB report was produced by a core team of 19 people: Laura Anderson, Anna Dean, Dennis Falzon, Katherine Floyd, Inés Garcia Baena, Christopher Gilpin, Philippe Glaziou, Yohhei Hamada, Tom Hiatt, Avinash Kanchar, Irwin Law, Christian Lienha...
WHO, (2015)
Appreciative Inquiry: Nepal Uses New Approach To Achieve Full Immunization For Children Highlights: 1. The appreciative inquiry (AI) approach was initiated by WHO in coordination with the Government of Nepal in 2012 to mobilize local communities and resources and build ownership among local communities towards the national immunization...
WHO, (2015)
Confronting Rubella Nepal has demonstrated that where there is a will, there is indeed a way. Devastated by the terrible earthquake of April 2015, Nepal has nevertheless pursued the goal set by the Sixty-sixth session of the Regional Committee in 2013 – to control rubel...
WHO/Country Office for Nepal, (2018)
Joint Statement Of The External Development Partners In Health Regarding Critical And Growing Shortages Of Essential Medical Supplies In Nepal We the undersigned express our deepest concern at critical and growing shortages of essential and life-saving medicines and supplies at health care facilities across Nepal, as well as ongoing fuel supply issues that are severely impeding service deli...
WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS, UNFPA, (2015)
Emergency and Humanitarian Action, WHO Nepal - Nepal Earthquake Health Update 7759 deaths and 16 434 injuries have been reported by the Government of Nepal on 6 May 2015 (http://drrportal.gov.np, 17:30 local time). According to the latest information by the Government of Nepal, 28 8798 houses have been destroyed and 254 112 d...
WHO, (2015)
World Health Organization The World Health Organization (WHO) plays a critical role within the United Nations system as the directing and coordinating authority for international health. Its wide-ranging remit involves providing leadership on increasingly complex global healt...
UNAIDS, WHO, (2015)
Epidemiology & Disease Control Division: Health Assessment Form Highlights: 1.Summary Findings for the Health Sector 2.Findings 3.Health Impact 4.Health response capacity: resources that are functioning and close to the affected area 5.Other vital needs: present availability 6.Critical constraints 7.Concl...
GoN, WHO, (2014)
Initial Seismic Vulnerability of Equipment, Utilities, Architectural Shell and Contents Paropakar Maternity and Women's Hospital, Thapathali, Kathmandu, popularly known as PRASUTI GRIHA, was established in 1959. It is a tertiary central hospital with 415 beds, of which 336 are allocated to inpatients in the departments of Obstetrics, ...
WHO, (2013)
Polio Legacy Planning Workshop Highlights: 1.Understanding the importance of mainstreaming functions and how this fits with transition activities 2.Providing an overview of range of resources in the polio program 3. Discussing potential types of transition opportunities 4.Revi...
WHO, UNICEF, (2014)
Post-Emergency Syndromic Disease Surveillance Guidelines: Epidemiology & Disease Control Division Highlights: 1. Syndromic disease surveillance is NOT a replacement of regular surveillance systems 2. It is an active reporting system to enhance surveillance and ensure quick flow of information in periods of increased health risks during or short...
GoN, WHO, (2014)
Rapid Hospital Needs Assessment Report – Mega-Earthquake in Nepal At 11:56 AM on 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, with epicenter located in Gorkha district in the western part of Kathmandu Valley, impacted the central districts in Nepal. Continued aftershocks, one of which reached a magnitude of 6.7 on 26...
GoN, WHO, (2015)
Donor Update Influenza Pandemic: Update # 6 (8th June, 2009) Highlights: 1. Medical teams at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) have been carrying out their function smoothly and all the logistics are in place. Altogether 32116 passengers from 538 flights have been screened so far. 2. Domestic Airport...
WHO, (2009)
UN Staff Influenza Pandemic: Update # 10 (8th June, 2009) Highlights: 1. Medical teams at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) have been carrying out their function smoothly and all the logistics are in place. Altogether 32116 passengers from 538 flights have been screened so far. 2. Domestic Airport...
WHO, (2009)
UN Staff Influenza Pandemic: Update # 11 (15th June,2009) As of 07:00 GMT, 12 June 2009, 74 countries have officially reported 29,669 cases of influenza A (H1N1) infection, including 145 deaths. This is only part of the picture. With few exceptions, countries with large numbers of cases are those with good ...
WHO, (2009)
UN Staff Influenza Pandemic: Update # 17 (24th August, 2009) As of 13 August 2009, 182,166 cases and 1799 deaths have been reported from 178 countries. The countries and territories/communities that have most recently reported their first confirmed Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 case(s) as of 13 August 2009 are: Ghan...
WHO, (2009)
Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI)- FACT SHEET This report (Fact Sheet) is prepared by Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI), WHO. The report focuses on the coverage, distribution and sustainment of the vaccines, scheduled vaccines for Maternal cases, Neonatal cases and children. This fact she...
WHO, (2017)
Nepal National Health Accounts 2009/10 - 2011/12 Health care financing has become global concern encompassing many economic and social policies. Accounting for resources in the health is envisioned to address the supply and demand of resources and understanding the structure of the health economy. ...
MOH-GON-WHO-GIZ, (2016)
Information On the Malaria Control Programme in Nepal An insect-borne Diseases control bureau was created under the joint fund in public health in the Nepal-American co-operative programme. The bureau is tentatively staffed by a malariologist and office staff.It operates a laboratory and training school...
WHO, (1995)
Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s Health Nepal has made significant progress in improving the health of women and children and is on track in 2013 to achieve Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 4 (to reduce child mortality) and 5A (to reduce maternal mortality). This review provided an oppo...
WHO, (2015)
2016 Health SDG Profile: Nepal WHO A new summary measure of health service coverage, a composite service coverage index, is currently under development:16 indicators are derived from four main areas of work are reproductive, maternal,newborn and child health, infectious diseases,nonco...
WHO, (2016)
Humanitarian Crisis After the Nepal Earthquakes 2015: Initial Public Health Risk Assessment and Interventions, May 2015 The purpose of this public health risk assessment is to provide all health sector partners, including professionals of local and national authorities, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), donor agencies and United Nations agencies currently working ...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 1: 26 April 2015 Received from different sources that the death figure crossed 1931 and casualties more 4627 received by different hospitals. 35 districts out of 75 districts are affected. 11 districts are priority for health intervention ie Gorkha, Dhading, Raswa,Si...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 2: 27 April 2015 Latest reports indicate that over 3 200 people have been killed and more than 7600 have been injured following the earthquake of 25 April 2015. The MOHP’s current projections are 5 000 deaths and 50 000 injured. Almost half of the country’s districts...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 3: 28 April 2015 Situation Update: -Received from different sources that the death figure crossed 00 and casualties more than 8000 received. -Working figure of MoHP remains at 5000 dead with 50,000 casualties although this most likely will be changed tomorrow. -35 - ...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 5: 30 April 2015 • According to the latest figures released by the Government of Nepal as of midday 30 April 2015, the death toll following the earthquake has risen to 489 . A total of 965 people have been injured. • The MOHP has prioritized two new districts (Mak...
WHO, (2015)
Research Report on NCD R isk Factors Surveillance in Nepal According to WHO, nearly 52 percent deaths and 38 percent of diseases burden in South East Asia Region (SEAR) are related to non-communicable diseases(NCDs). Particularly, cardiovascular disorders,cancer, diabetes mellitus and conditions arising from...
WHO, (2003)
Surveillance Of Risk Factors For Non-Comminicable Diseases in Nepal- Report Of Survey in Illam, Lalitpur and Tanahu According to WHO, nearly 52 percent deaths and 38 percent of diseases burden in South East Asia Region (SEAR) are related to non-communicable diseases(NCDs). Particularly, cardiovascular disorders,cancer, diabetes mellitus and conditions arising from...
WHO, (2006)
Report of the Eighth Meeting of Health Secretaries of the Countries of WHO South-East Asia Region Kathmandu,Nepal, 16 – 18 April 2003 The Eighth meeting of the Health Secretaries was held in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 16-18 April 2003. The meeting reviewed the global threat posed by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and progress in the implementation of the Declaration on He...
WHO, (2003)
Assignment Report - Malaria Eradication, Nepal (WHO Project: Nepal 1) Reference: Macinnes, Thomas J. (1965). Assignment Report- Malaria Eradication, Nepal (WHO Project: Nepal 1), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The plan of operation for the malaria eradication programme was signed on 4 December 1958. On the appoin...
WHO, (1965)
Assignment Report on Health Laboratory Services (WHO Project: Nepal 0010) Reference: Miss Nelson, J.R. (1968). Assignment Report on Health Laboratory Services (WHO Project: Nepal 0010), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The Public Health Laboratory, Kathmandu (Nepal), started functioning in the first week of May 1967. T...
WHO, (1968)
Assignment Report on Leprosy Control in Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0138) Reference: Dr. Davey, T.F. (1970). Assignment Report on Leprosy Control in Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0138), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ In this assignment, the writer was asked to assist in the conduct of the first inter-country Seminar on L...
WHO, (1970)
Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143) Reference: Ley, J.S. (1970). Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Nepal is divided for administrative purpose into 14 zones consisting of 75 districts...
WHO, (1970)
Assignment Report on Production of Rehydration Fluids for Cholera Control in Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 144) Reference: Dr. Andrey, P. (1967). Assignment Report on Production of Rehydration Fluids for Cholera Control in Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 144), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The re-hydration fluid is produced in a limited quantity, in government...
WHO, (1967)
Assignment Report on Quality Control of Drugs, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0154) Reference: Hewitt, William (1969). Assignment Report on Quality Control of Drugs, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0154), WHO URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The writer visited several institutions dealing with the production, distribution and quality contr...
WHO, (1969)
Assignment Report on Smallpox Eradication Programme in Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 136) Reference: Dr. Lal, K.M. (1967). Assignment Report on Smallpox Eradication Programme in Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 136), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The writer visited Nepal from 17 to 26 December 1966 for the purpose of: (1) observing the ac...
WHO, (1967)
Assignment Report on The Training Programme for Auxiliary Health Workers in Nepal: The Role of The Auxiliary Health Workers' Training School, Kathmandu (WHO Project: Nepal 0021) Reference: Dr. Dowling, M.A.C. (1970). Assignment Report on The Training Programme for Auxiliary Health Workers in Nepal: The Role of The Auxiliary Health Workers' Training School, Kathmandu (WHO Project: Nepal 0021), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iri...
WHO, (1970)
Bulletin of the World Health Organization - Medical Spending and Health Outcome in Nepal: Problems with Technology or its Distribution? Reference: Pokhrel, Subhash; Sauerborn, Rainer (2003). Bulletin of the World Health Organization - Medical Spending and Health Outcome in Nepal: Problems with Technology or its Distribution?, WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Notwithstanding the g...
WHO, (2003)
Bulletin of the World Health Organization - Cost-effectiveness of Cataract Surgery in a Public Health Eye Care Programme in Nepal Reference: Marseille, E. (1999). Bulletin of the World Health Organization - Cost-effectiveness of Cataract Surgery in a Public Health Eye Care Programme in Nepal, WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Programme planners and policy-makers are turning ...
WHO, (1996)
Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, 2004 - Postage stamps as a health promotion tool in the Nepalese community Reference: Pramanik, T.; Pramanik, S.; Chanda, R. (2004). Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, 2004 - Postage stamps as a health promotion tool in the Nepalese community, WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Over the last 15 years th...
WHO, (2004)
WHO Bulletin OMS vol 68- Accessibility of Dog Populations for Rabies Control in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal Reference: Bogel, K. ; Joshi, D.D. (1990). Accessibility of Dog Populations for Rabies Control in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, WHO URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The management of dog populations is of great public health significance in many developing...
WHO, (1990)
World Health Forum Vol. 16 - Community Financing for Essential Drugs in Nepal Reference: Chaulagai, Chet Nath. (1995). World Health Forum Vol. 16- Community Financing for Essential Drugs in Nepal, WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The Government of Nepal is committed to providing basic health services for all its citizens t...
WHO, (1995)
World Health Forum Vol. 8 - Primary Health Care in Hospitals Reference: Dickinson, J. G. (1987). Primary Health Care in Hospitals, WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ A recent article in World Health Forum forcefully expressed the need for hospitals to be involved in primary health care and gave interesting e...
WHO, (1987)
Nepal Earthquake, Health Cluster Bulletin #1, 25 April to 3 May 2015 More than 1000 doctors, nurses and paramedics deployed to provide medical care in support of existing health system. Critical shortage of supplies reported by hospitals across the country. Approximately 14 000 injured as a result of the quake. Injuri...
WHO, Health Cluster, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 10: 5 May 2015 According to the latest figures from the Nepalese Government, 7357 people have been killed and 14 536 have been injured (http://drrportal.gov.nph, 16:20 local time). Bhaktapur, Dhading, Dolakha, Gorkha, Kathmandu, Kavre, Lalitpur, Makwanpur, Nuwakot,...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 11: 6 May 2015 7652 people have been killed and 16 392 have been injured (http://drrportal.gov.np, 16:40 local time) according to the latest figures from the Nepalese Government. Bhaktapur, Dhading, Dolakha, Gorkha, Kathmandu, Kavre, Lalitpur, Makwanpur, Nuwakot, O...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 13: 8 May 2015 According to the latest figures from the Government of Nepal, 7885 people have been killed and 803 have been injured (http://drrportal.gov.np : 16:00 local time). As of 7 May, Ministry of Health and Population (MOHP) reports a total of 9 health facil...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 6: 1 May 2015 The death toll from the 7.8 magnitude earthquake increased to 6204 with a total of 13 923 people injured, according to the official figure of the Government of Nepal (mid-day 1 May 2015). The highest number of confirmed deaths has been recorded in Si...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 7: 2 May 2015 The official Government figure reports a total of 6250 death and 357 injured. The ongoing treatment efforts continue to focus on reaching a greater number of areas in the priority 14 districts including those in the remote and hard-to-reach areas. As...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake Health Update - Situation Report No. 8: 3 May 2015 Aftershocks following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake of 25 April 2015 have continued compounding fears of further devastation among the affected population. On 3 May, the Government confirmed a total of 7240 death and 14 122 injured (National Emergency...
WHO, (2015)
Bugs, Drugs & Smoke Since the World Health Organization (WHO) was founded in 1948, the world has changed dramatically and so too has its health. But while some scourges (e.g. small- pox and polio) have subsided, others have made a comeback (e.g. tuberculosis) and fright...
WHO, (2012)
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2002 Both the question raised by Claude Lenfant (1) and the discussion of it made stimulating reading. The crucial issue is whether populations really make serious attempts to change their lifestyle. Undoubtedly, there is a fair appreciation of the risk f...
WHO, (2002)
UN Staff Influenza Pandemic: Update # 14 (6th July, 2009) Highlights: 1. Surveillance has been intensified. Tracing of the passengers and close contact of the confirmed cases was carried out and no suspected case was found except the index’s sibling and cousin. 2. Public and private hospitals, including ...
WHO, (2009)
Women’s and Children’s Health: Evidence of Impact of Human Rights Human rights are recognized in a number of legal instruments and other documents of the World Health Organization, including the WHO Constitution, the Declaration of Alma-Ata, the International Health Regulations and the WHO Framework Convention on T...
WHO, (2013)
Nepal Earthquake 2015 - Country Update and Funding Request, May 2015 On 25 April, 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake racked Nepal. A second major earthquake of 7.3 magnitude struck on 12 May 2015, causing further death, injuries and devastation among the affected population. The two earthquakes together have claimed ove...
WHO, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake, Health Cluster Bulletin #2, 04 – 10 May 2015 · A third health sub-cluster - on Injury Rehabilitation has been established. · Disease surveillance in all highly affected districts has been enhanced. · No communicable disease outbreaks have been reported. · 26 hospitals (3 completely and 23 parti...
WHO, Health Cluster, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake, Health Cluster Bulletin #3, 11 -17 May 2015 Not all geographical areas, especially Village District Committees in northern areas, have been covered by health services.Addressing health workers’ emerging needs for shelter, food and psychosocial support remains an important priority. Ongoing eff...
WHO, Health Cluster, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake - Situation Report #15, 13 May 2015 A new earthquake measuring 7.3 magnitude which struck on 12 May 2015 at 12:50 local time, caused further death, injuries and added fears of devastation among the affected population. Kathmandu based hospitals have been managing the excess patients co...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake - Situation Report #15, 13 May 2015 A new earthquake measuring 7.3 magnitude which struck on 12 May 2015 at 12:50 local time, caused further death, injuries and added fears of devastation among the affected population. Kathmandu based hospitals have been managing the excess patients co...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake - Situation Report #17, 19 May 2015 Landslides were reported from a number of places in Dolakha, Gorkha, Rasuwa and Sindhupalchok districts following the aftershocks on 12 May. Safety and security of health workers remains an issue in the remote villages of the districts. Ministry of H...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake - Situation Report #18, 22 May 2015 A total of 1150 health facilities have been completely of partially damaged in 14 highly affected districts. The current health need is management of post trauma injuries, restoration of disrupted primary health care services and rehabilitation suppo...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Nepal Earthquake - Situation Report #18, 22 May 2015 A total of 1150 health facilities have been completely of partially damaged in 14 highly affected districts. The current health need is management of post trauma injuries, restoration of disrupted primary health care services and rehabilitation suppo...
WHO, (2015)
Multisectoral Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Non Communicable Diseases (2014-2019) This report is a national document which serves as a reference to guide the implementation of NCD related activities by multisector stakeholders from 2014 to 2020 in Nepal. It contains broad strategic actions and key milestones to be achieved within ...
WHO Nepal, (2019)
Noncommunicable Diseases in the South-East Asia Region: Situation and response 2011 Four major noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) cardiovascular diseases (including heart disease and stroke), diabetes, cancer and chronic respiratory diseases (including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma) are the leading cause of illness a...
WHO, (2011)
Rapid Health Assessment Guidelines: Epidemiology & Disease Control Division Highlights: 1.An emergency is an exceptional situation exceeding the response capacity of the affected community 2.For field assessment purposes it can be defined as any situation causing more than one persondead, above 10 injured or significant d...
WHO, (2014)
Regional Framework on Health in All Policies for South-East Asia Health is seen as a major resource for the whole society. When the health of people improves at the individual or societal level, the whole of society develops socially and economically. This development is within the family and across the wider comm...
WHO, (2014)
Progress on Drinking Water and Sanitation In 2012, 89% of the global population used an improved source of drinking water, and 64% used an improved sanitation facility. One hundred and sixteen countries have already met the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) drinking water target, and 77 have...
WHO, UNICEF, (2014)
A Joint Press Release On Avian Influenza In Poultryin The Eastern Region Of Nepal After receiving the information of avian influenza outbreak in the poultry in west bengal and assam of india bordering the eastern region of nepal during December 2008, the government of nepal has intensified precautionary measures and declared the ...
GoN, WHO, (2009)
Flash floods and Land Slides in Far Western Region, Nepal Flash flood and landslides triggered by heavy rainfall from 16 June 2013 heavily affected the Far Western Region (FWR) , Districts affected are: Darchula, Kanchanpur, Kailali, Baitadi, Accham and Dadeldhura , Darchula is the worst affected district ,...
WHO, (2013)
Country Cooperation Strategy at a Glance Nepal has made progress in raising the health status of its citizens. Under-five mortality has been reduced by 73% and infant mortality by 67%. Similarly, maternal mortality has been reduced by 76% between the period of 1996 and 2014. The immunizatio...
WHO, (2016)
Mid-Term Review of the 2013-2017 WHO Country Cooperation Strategy: Nepal A mid-term review was conducted from October 25th 2015 to November 7th 2015 of the WHO Country Collaboration Strategy (CCS) 2013-2017 for Nepal. The main objectives of the review were to assess the relevance of WHO CCS in terms of responsiveness to t...
WHO, (2015)
Mid-Term Review of the 2013-2017 WHO Country Cooperation Strategy: Nepal A mid-term review was conducted from October 25th 2015 to November 7th 2015 of the WHO Country Collaboration Strategy (CCS) 2013-2017 for Nepal. The main objectives of the review were to assess the relevance of WHO CCS in terms of responsiveness to t...
WHO, (2015)
Nepal: WHO and UNICEF Estimates of Immunization Coverage: 2015 Revision The WHO and UNICEF estimates of national immunization coverage (wuenic) are based on data and information that are of varying, and, in some instances, unknown quality. Beginning with the 2011 revision we describe the grade of confidence (GoC) we have...
WHO AND UNICEF, (2015)
WHO Country Cooperation Strategy Nepal This Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) represents a comprehensive and coherent medium-term vision for WHO’s technical cooperation and defines its strategic framework for working in and with Nepal between 2013 and 2017.This CCS for Nepal is the third...
WHO, (2013)
Nepal Earthquake - Health Cluster Bulletin # 6 (19 June 2015) Following the 25 April earthquake and 12 May aftershock, a total of 7324 injured have undergone surgery (3221 major and 4103 minor) out of which more than 1500 injured have an on-going care and rehabilitation needs. Seven weeks into the response, the...
WHO, HEALTH CLUSTER, (2015)
Assignment Report on Laboratory Services in Tuberculosis/Leprosy Control, Kathmandu Valley Reference: Mr Suitters B.T. (1968). Assignment Report on Laboratory Services in Tuberculosis/Leprosy Control, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal (WHO Project: NEPAL 0016), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ It is suggested that microscopist be posted at the Tub...
WHO, (1968)
Assignment Report on School Health in Nepal Reference: Dr Henderson, (1970). Assignment Report on School Health in Nepal, Nepal (WHO Project:SEARO 0175), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The National University and College of Education each have started a student health service; and it is pl...
WHO, (1970)
Leprosy Control, Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project: NEP BVD 001) Reference: Dr. Lwin, Kyaw U. (1978). Leprosy Control, Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project: NEP BVD 001), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ This project formulation serves as a basic document for all anti-leprosy activities carried out in the whol...
WHO, (1978)
Radiation Medicine in Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project: ICP HSD 002) Reference: Professor Middlemiss, J.H. (1978). Radiation Medicine in Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project: ICP HSD 002) , WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The purpose of the assignment was to assess the present state of the various aspects of radi...
WHO, (1978)
Radiography Training in Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project: NEP HMD 001) Reference: Miss Goodchild, P. (1978). Radiography Training in Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project: NEP HMD 001), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ All the certificate courses at the Institute of Medicine have been changed slightly so that the fir...
WHO, (1978)
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Nepal ( Situation at the End of 1975) Reference: (1978). Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Nepal ( Situation at the End of 1975), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ In the Fourth Five-Year Plan(1970-1975), Government allocated 59% of the total outlay on water supply and sanitation to ru...
WHO, (1978)
The Nepal Smallpox Eradication Programme Reference: Dr Shrestha P.N., Dr Robinson D.A., Mr Friedman J. (1977). The Nepal Smallpox Eradication Programme, WHO URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ The smallpox eradication programme (SEP) is a special development project within the department of Healt...
WHO, (1977)
Training of Health Manpower in Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project NEP HMD 001) Reference: Professor Ellis, Harold (1980). Training of Health Manpower in Nepal - Assignment Report (WHO Project NEP HMD 001), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Nepal, with a population in excess of 11.5 million people, has a serious shortage of med...
WHO, (1980)
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