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Agree On One Thing Next Week, Urges UNICEF. Agree On Children Help Them Get Their Vitamin A and Help Them Go To School UNICEF has urged all parties to the conflict to agree on one thing next week: children.“Two things happen next week that are of vital importance to the children of Nepal,” UNICEF’s Representative, Dr Suomi Sakai, said today. “Baishak 3(Sunday, Apri...
UNICEF, (2006)
Let Us Send The Children Home To Their Families While welcoming the inclusion of children's issues in the draft peace accord, UNICEF urges all parties to the peace process in Nepal to abide by international instruments and to put the interest of children first during all stages of the peace acco...
UNICEF, (2006)
WASH Cluster Nepal Earthquake Contingency Plan - Version 3(June 2011) This revised WASH Cluster Contingency Plan for earthquake scenario has been developed based upon the earthquake scenario prepared by HC/RC office. The rationalization for the plan is to ensure that the WASH cluster is able to respond with maximum eff...
UNICEF, (2011)
Basic Education The public education system in Nepal has grown at a steady pace since the early 1950s when there were fewer than a hundred schools. Today, there are tens of thousands of primary schools across the country, greatly extending access to basic education....
UNICEF, ()
Child Protection The protection of children from abuse, exploitation and neglect is integral to their survival, growth and development. The consequences of violation of a child’s right to protection include reduced life expectancy, poor physical and mental health, re...
UNICEF, (2006)
Decentralised Planning for the Child Programme-Baseline Survey Report of Six Districts This report contains findings of a baseline study conducted by His Majesty's Government of Nepal in close cooperation with six District Development Committees and UNICEF. The purpose of this report is to generate district level knowledge in order to ...
GON- UNICEF, (2000)
Overview of Situation of Children and Women in Nepal: The Life Cycle The condition of a pregnant woman influences the survival of her unborn child. Although girls in Nepal are not legally entitled to marry before the age of 18 years, many are married by the age of 14 or 15 years. The median age at first marriage is 16...
UNICEF, (2007)
Planning for the Child-Baseline Survey Report of Chitwan District-Decentralized Planning for the Children Programme This report contains findings of a baseline study conducted by His Majesty's Government of Nepal in close cooperation with Chitwan District Development Committee and UNICEF. The purpose of this report is to generate district level knowledge in order ...
GON- UNICEF, (1999)
Report of the Regional Review of Community-Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) in Five Districts of the Mid- and Far Western Development Regions Every year, communities in many parts of Nepal suffer from humanitarian crises as a result of natural disasters (such as floods, landslides, hail, droughts, etc.) or food insecurity (caused by natural disasters or events such as the food,fuel and fi...
UNICEF, (2010)
Situation of the Children and Women in Nepal 2006 Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, and is among the 50 ‘Least Developed Countries’ as defined by the General Assembly. In terms of human and social development, Nepal ranks 136 out of 177 countries in the Human Development Index. ...
UNICEF, (2006)
Handbook of Gravity-Flow Water Systems For Small Communities This handbook is written with the intention of collecting together all the knowledge, theory,& practices necessary for the surveying, designing & construction of gravity- flow drinking water systems for rural communities. However,most of the principl...
UNICEF, (1980)
UN Agencies Concerned That Children Are Again Used In Demonstrations United nations agencies are concerned that children are again being deployed by adults to participate in demonstration and rallies.worried that they are missing school, and we are not at all sure that they have the consent of their parents or guardia...
UNICEF, (2006)
Earthquake Update : UNICEF/NCO – April 2015 ( Solukhumbu ) The ERZO team visited Solukhumbu on 30 April and briefly interacted with DDRC chair and other key members of the committee that included District Police head, Army Commander, District Education Officer, hospital officials, Child Rights Officer, Actin...
UNICEF, (2015)
Earthquake Update : UNICEF/NCO – April 2015( Okhaldhunga ) The ERZO team visited Okhaldhunga on 29 April and 01 May and briefly interacted with DDRC chair and other key members of the committee that included District Police head, army commander, District Education Officer, hospital officials, child rights of...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 19 ( 20 August 2015 ) Highlights: 1. As of 18 August, 31 cases of Cholera have been confirmed in some parts in the Western Kathmandu. No deaths reported so far. UNICEF, together with the Government and the Health sector have responded to this situation with the mobilisat...
UNICEF, (2015)
A Review of the Use of ChildInfo in Nepal ChildInfo started in 1992 with the development of the Data Entry Enhancement and Display System(DEEDS) software in UNICEF India. ChildInfo is a database for monitoring the situation of children and women in the South Asia region, and can be used to o...
UNICEF, (2003)
Formative Evaluation of UNICEF Monitoring Results for Equity System (MoRES) (August 2014) The Nepal Country Office has made a determined effort to apply MoRES and has intelligently adjusted it to the national context and ongoing programme of work. Before MoRES was formally introduced, the Nepal Country Office (NCO) had analyzed sub-nat...
UNICEF, (2014)
The Role of Education in Peacebuilding : Case Study – Nepal (August 2011) The Nepal Case Study is part of a UNICEF research project on Education and Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Contexts.The objectives of this research are to: 1. Locate peacebuilding initiatives supported through education programming within broader app...
UNICEF, (2011)
Community-Based Therapeutic Care Feasibility Assessment Report The Community-Based Therapeutic Care (CTC) approach can possibly provide a cost-effective strategy for malnutrition rehabilitation in Nepal. The approach focuses on early identification and treatment through simple medical protocols and Ready-to-Use ...
UNICEF, (2007)
Nepal To Host Its First Ever Girl Summit Highlights: The Girl Summit will address a significant global issue. It is known that child marriage harms the lives of millions of women. Around the world: 1. There are more than 700 million women alive today who were married as children more tha...
UKAID, GoN, UNICEF, (2016)
Summary Table Of Key Indicators: Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2010 Mid- and Far Western Regions, Nepal Highlights: 1. Nutrition: Exclusive breastfeeding rate, Introduction of solid, semi-solid or soft foods (children 6-8 months). 2. Child health: Tuberculosis immunization coverage, Polio immunization coverage, DPT immunization coverage, Measles imm...
CBS, UNICEF, MICS, (2010)
The State of Children in Asian Cities- Issue No. 141 (January 2016) The year 2015 has been momentous for the global humanitarian community. This is because this year, three important frameworks/commitments were promulgated which will guide the trajectory of global humanitarianism in the foreseeable future. These are ...
UNICEF, (2016)
Evaluation of Academic Detailing Programme on Childhood Diarrhoea Management by Primary Healthcare Providers in Banke District of Nepal Academic detailing, an educational interventionism, in which a trained healthcare professional visits clinicians in their offices to provide evidence-based information, has been used as a major tool to improve rational use of medicines since i...
WHO/UNICEF, (2013)
Integrated Health Strategies Can Save Children’s Lives, says UNICEF Flagship, State of the World’s Children Report 2008 "Child Survival in Nepal has shown impressive progress over the past decades," says UNICEF Nepal Representative, Ms. Gillian Mellsop. "Nepal is one of the seven countries in the world that has been successful in cutting child mortality by two thirds,...
UNICEF, (2008)
Nepali Radio Show for Young People Wins Major International Award Edutainment programmer produced by a team of young professionals from equal access nepal has won the 2008 international children day for broadcasting award. the award is given to radio and television broadcasters demonstrated the best overall dedic...
UNICEF, (2008)
Young Leaders From Around The World Convene At Junior 8 Summit Junior 8 (J8) is the youth event linked to the G8 Summit and organized by UNICEF. J8 aims to advance young people’s understanding of global issues and to provide a platform for them to discuss and advocate on these issues with some of the most powerf...
UNICEF, (2008)
After The Earthquake: Nepal’s Children Speak Out Nepal was struck by a 7.6 magnitude earthquake on 25 April 2015 and another 6.8 magnitude earthquake on 12 May. These two events, combined with hundreds of aftershocks resulted in over 8,700 deaths 1 and wrought massive destruction across the affecte...
GoN, UNICEF, (2015)
Emergancy Response Preparedness : Siraha Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). In 2014, heavy rainfall caused floods and landslides across ...
UNDP, (2016)
Emergency Response Preparedness: District Profile Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). In 2014, heavy rainfall caused floods and landslides across ...
UNICEF, (2016)
Emergency Response Preparedness: Siraha Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). In 2014, heavy rainfall caused floods and landslides across ...
UNDP, (2016)
Programme Funding Requirements - Summary of Funding Requirements The 2008-2010 programme is focussed on the poorest and most excluded, including children and young people impacted by the conflict. It stresses women’s and young people’s participation and seeks to assist local communities to better manage their de...
UNICEF, (2008)
UNICEF in Nepal Country Programme 2008-2010 By 2008, full stability had not yet returned to Nepal despite the signing of a Comprehensive Peace Accord in 2006. The ten years of conflict worsened the situation for many vulnerable people – child labour and trafficking increased, for example, whil...
UNICEF, (2008)
Why a Universal Child Grant Makes Sense for Nepal The Child Grant (CG) was introduced in 2009/10 with the primary objective of supporting better nutrition for children under 5 years of age. The CG transfers NRs. 800 every four months to the mother or caregiver of eligible children and was initially ...
UNICEF, (2016)
Report on Wash Cluster Capacity Mapping in Nepal (September 2008) The global WASH capacity building effort includes a project on WASH cluster capacity mapping. The overall purpose of the capacity mapping and assessment project is to increase the timeliness and effectiveness of WASH responses to humanitarian crises....
UNICEF, WASH CLUSTER, (2008)
Analytical Study of Basic Social Service in Nepal The level of human development in Nepal is among the lowest in the world, despite improvement seen in Education, health and other social services over the years. There has been little development which is inequitable as is reflected in the gender,cas...
UNICEF, (2006)
Community Partnerships Broaden Access to Maternal and Neonatal Health Care In Nepal, mountainous terrain, difficult weather conditions and the scarcity of roads are an obstacle for rural families in need of maternal or neonatal care. In regions where a single foot path winding its way through the mountains is all that conn...
UNICEF, (2003)
United Nations Children's Fund The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) believes that promoting the rights of the child and caring for the world’s children form the very foundation of human development. Active in more than 190 countries, it uses its global authority to work wit...
UNAIDS, UNICEF, (2015)
After the Earthquake, Nepal's Children Speak Out [Youtube] Abstract : In one of the largest ever child consultations undertaken following a disaster, nearly 2,000 children who survived the earthquakes in Nepal have expressed fear and insecurity at having to live in tents and overcrowded shelters, anxiety abo...
UNICEF Nepal, (2015)
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014 (Final Report): Monitoring the situation of children and women The Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS 2014) was conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics under the National Planning Commission from January to June 2014. Technical and financial support for the survey was provided by the United Nati...
UNICEF, (2014)
Nepal Hosts Its First Girl Summit To End Child, Early And Forced Marriage On Wednesday March 23rd Nepal hosted its first ever Girl Summit as part of its commitment, following the 2014 London Girl Summit, to end child marriage by 2030 . The event was opened by lighting a traditional lamp by Rt. Honourable President Bidhya D...
UKAID, GoN, UNICEF, (2016)
Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014 The Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) was carried out in 2014 by Central Bureau of Statistics, Government of Nepal, as part of the Global MICS Programme. Technical support was provided by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). UNIC...
GoN, UNICEF, (2015)
Assessment of Child Protection Concerns of Children in Terai Districts Even though Nepal has made considerable progress in its peace process since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in November 2006 the security situation in the terai has been of increasing concern. The activities of the armed groups in th...
UNICEF, (2009)
On the occasion of the 17th Anniversary of the Adoption of the Convention of the Rights of the Child OHCHR and UNICEF in Nepal appeal for the Government and CPN-Maoist to place the rights and wellbeing of children among their key priorities in the implementation of the peace process. On the eve of an historic peace agreement, there is an opportunity...
UNICEF, OHCHR, (2006)
SDG 4: Quality Education, Why Invest In Children? Evidence shows that brain development is the most rapid in the initial years of life. Every additional dollar invested in quality early childhood development programmes yields a return of between $6 and $17. #GirlsEducation #Rightsofthechild #HumanRi...
UNICEF, (2015)
Nepal Political Economy Analysis Briefing Note : Factors That Shape The Prioritization And Allocation Of Resources For Reproductive, Maternal And Newbron Health Nepal has made some dramatic and rapid progress in Reproductive Maternal Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH), despite being a low income country with high levels of poverty, difficult geography, and conflict. The Total Fertility Rate fell from 4.6 birth...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF NEPAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME- (2018-2022) Over the next five years, UNICEF will work to ensure that all children, especially the most disadvantaged, benefit from improved access, participation and learning outcomes in inclusive, safe and protective environments. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ...
unicef, (2019)
Orphanage Voluntourism in Nepal What you should know Orphanage voluntarism includes activities that support orphanages by individuals who are primarily, or were initially, tourists on vacation. Usually the tourist wishes to include a social element in their vacation by volunteering their time. In some ...
UNICEF, (2014)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 2, 28 April 2015 UNICEF and partners are intending to reach approximately 1.7 million children who represent 40 percent of the 4.2 million affected population in 21 of the most affected districts of Nepal. (Source:NEOC/MOHA). UNICEF Nepal Country Office started respo...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 3, 30 April 2015 UNICEF and partners are intending to reach approximately 1.7 million children who represent 40 percent of the 4.2 million affected population in 21 of the most affected districts of Nepal. (NEOC/MOHA)UNICEF Nepal Country Office started responding imm...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Information Note, Earthquake - 25 April 2015 An earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale occurred at 11:56 p.m. Kathmandu time, striking a large area of central Nepal between the capital Kathmandu and the city of Pokhara. It was followed by 16 aftershocks of around 5 on the Richter scale. ...
UNICEF, (2015)
Innovation in Nepal-Idea Studio Despite difficult geographical terrains, prevalence of poverty, complexities in socioeconomic structures and a decade-long civil conflict, Nepal made great strides in the substantial number of areas for social development over the last few decades....
Nepal NCO, UNICEF, (2014)
Constitution Making Process In Nepal Citizenship Discourse Impact On Women And Children UNICEF This document highlights the constitution making process of Nepal in citizenship disclosure which has created the impact on women and children. #UNICEF #CONSTITUTION_MAKING_PROCESS_IN_NEPAL_CITIZENSHIP_DISCOURSE_IMPACT_ON_WOMEN_AND_CHILDREN #2015...
UNICEF, (2015)
Children – The First Priority - Real agreement Is Reached Between All Political Parties In Nepal After more than ten years of conflict, and times of real stress between the many political parties that make up per-election for constitutional assembly in Nepal, politicians from all sides came together today for a unique event for children. The pol...
UNICEF, SAVE THE CHILDREN, CONSORTIUM OF THE ORGANISATION WORKING FOR CHILD CLUBS, (2008)
Education Experts Meet To Discuss Child-Friendly Schools In South Asia Education experts from the South Asia region are meeting this week in Kathmandu to discuss and determine what it takes to make schools child friendly in effort to provide a quality education for all girls and boys. The four-day workshop is part of th...
UNICEF, (2009)
UNICEF / OHCHR Position Paper: Protection Of Children With Regards To Political Activities With the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, Nepal has entered a phase of political campaigning and public gatherings that will lead to new elections. This paper highlights pertinent issues related to the protection of children with regar...
UNICEF, UNOHCHR, (2007)
National Micro-nutrient status Survey Report 2016 The Nepal National Micronutrient Status Survey (NNMSS) assessed micronutrient status among representative populations in Nepal, including specifically the status of vitamins A, iron, folic acid, iodine, zinc and the condition of anemia. To assess nut...
GoN- UNICEF, (2016)
Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices as Associated with Child Nutritional Status in Nepal Analysis of the Nepal Demographic Health Survey, 2011 This report is based on a further analysis study undertaken as a follow-up to the 2011 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS). Funding for the further analysis of the survey was provided by the European Union (EU), through the Regional Maternal a...
GON, UNICEF, European Union, (2011)
Nepal NEPAL MULTIPLE INDICATOR CLUSTER SURVEY 2014 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014 FINAL REPORT December, 2015 The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), National Planning Commission Secretariat of the Government of Nepal, would like to acknowledge the technical and financial support it has received from UNICEF Nepal since 2009 to implement the Nepal Multiple In...
GON, MICS, UNICEF, (2015)
United Nations Children’s Fund Regional Office for South Asia GETTING TO THE ROOTS - Mobilizing community volunteers to combat Vitamin A Deficiency Disorders in Nepal For every child Health, Education, Equality, Protection ADVANCE HUMANITY Behind the endless vistas of its stunning Himalayan snow peaks lay a malady that had slithered around Nepal for centuries until the new millennium dawned. It tormented a number of people even though the symptom, common and ephemeral, was deemed an in...
UNICEF, (2003)
A Survey of Teenagers in Nepal This report summarizes the findings from a survey carried out by the 'Media Ser vices International' (MSI) on behalf of UNICEF Nepal. A total of 1400 teenagers randomly selected from across Nepal’s five development regions were interviewed and thei...
UNAIDS, UNICEF, (2001)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 4, 1 May 2015 UNICEF and partners are intending to reach approximately 1.7 million children who represent 40 percent of the 4.2 million affected population in 21 of the most affected districts of Nepal. (Source:NEOC/MOHA) UNICEF Nepal Country Office has already re...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 5, 2 May 2015 UNICEF and partners are now present and delivering results for children in 6 out of 12 severely affected districts. (NEOC/MOHA) UNICEF Nepal Country Office has already received 60% of the required supplies for rapid response. Tents, tarpaulins, hygie...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 7, 6 May 2015 UNICEF and partners are now present and delivering results for children in all 12 severely affected districts (Source:NEOC/MOHA) As of 06 May 2015, UNICEF together with partners reached 251,647 people with water supply, sanitation facilities and hygi...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 8, 8 May 2015 To date, UNICEF has reached an estimated 216,882 people with sufficient quantity of water of appropriate quality, 24,801 people with access to adequate sanitation and hygiene facilities while 104,504 people have benefited from hygiene education and m...
UNICEF, (2015)
A new life for the babies who will be born safely thanks to UNICEF [Youtube] Abstract : The journey to Simjung is not for the faint-hearted. The Village Development Committee (VDC) in Gorkha district, epicenter of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on 25 April, is accessible only by dirt roads that challenge the b...
UNICEF Nepal, (2015)
Gaijatra 2015, a special day for the bereaved families of earthquake victims [Youtube] Abstract : On 30 August, Kathmandu Valley celebrated age old Gaijatra (cow festival) to commemorate their loved ones killed during the past year, many of whom had died during the earthquake. This year’s Gaijatra held much more significance with the l...
UNICEF Nepal, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake WASH Response Dashboard : Summary In Okhaldhunga: 06/24/2015 Highlights: 1. 23 of the 56 VDCs have a focal point agency and WASH programs ongoing. 2. 7,840 people have benefited from hygiene kits. Estimated Caseload: 57,191 (8% reached). 3. 86,739 people have received water treatment products (includes PoU ...
GON, WC/UN, (2015)
Planning for the Child - Baseline Survey Report - Kaski District In 1998 UNICEF in collaboration with National Planning Commission, Ministry of Local Development and UNDP, initiated thDecentralised Planning for the Child Programme (DPCP) in seven of 40 districts where the UNDP-assisted Participatory Dist...
GoN, NEW ERA, UNICEF, (1999)
Planning for the Child - Baseline Survey Report - Kavrepalanchowk District In 1998 His Majesty's Government of Nepal and UNICEF initiated the Decentralized Planning for the Child Programme(DPCP) in seven districts of Nepal. The DPCP is a collaborative effort of several government agencies,the National Planning Commission ,t...
GoN, UNICEF, New ERA, (1999)
Documenting the process of developing the Nepal Multi-sector Nutrition Plan and identifying its strengths and weaknesses Report of a research project his research report was commissioned by UNICEF in Nepal, which aims to document the process of development of the Multi-sector Nutrition Plan. The study was undertaken in November through December, 2013, using in-depth qualitative research methods fo...
UNICEF, European Union, (2017)
National Planning Commission Central Bureau of Statistics Nepal Thematic Report on Food Security and Nutrition 2013 In collaboraƟon with: World Food Program World Bank AusAID UNICEF This Report describes the long-term trends of food security and nutrition outcomes in Nepal over the past fifteen years and analyzes various factors affecting the outcomes, offering comprehensive descriptions about the complex and imminent issu...
UNICEF, AusAID, (2013)
Trends and Determinants of Maternal and Child Nutrition in Nepal Further Analysis of the Nepal Demographic and Health Surveys, 1996-2011 Kathmandu, Nepal August 2013 Nepal has made considerable progress in reducing major micronutrient deficiencies over the past decade and a half; it is one of the few countries in the world that is on track to meet the micronutrients-related goals of the 1990 World Summit for Chil...
GON, UNICEF, (2013)
Assessment of Children and Young Persons in Prisons, Correction Home and Police Custody in Nepal Despite the ratification of several multilateral human rights treaties, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC),and the enactment of the Child Rights Act, children who come into conflict in Nepal with the law face serious problems w...
UNICEF, (2006)
Nepal Earthquake: Humanitarian Situation Report, One Month Review, 25 May 2015 One month after two major earthquakes devastated Nepal, one in six children in the country are still in urgent need of humanitarian assistance - with increasing risk of chronic physical and emotional conditions. Food, water and shelter are still the ...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 10, 13 May 2015 An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 Richter scale struck central and eastern Nepal at 12:50 pm local time on May 12. Its epicenter was near Kodari, 76 kilometers east north east of Kathmandu close to the Chinese border. So far 65 casualties and 1,2...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 11, 20 May 2015 The second earthquake of a magnitude of 7.3 on the Richter scale that struck Nepal on May 12 – which was a major aftershock of the earthquake of 25 April -- has worsened the living conditions of affected populations, particularly in the severely affe...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 9, 11 May 2015 On Tuesday 12 May at 07:05:18 UTC, an earthquake measuring 7.3 struck Kodari, Nepal. The epicenter is 74 kilometers east/northeast of Kathmandu, close to the Chinese border. Tremors were felt in Kathmandu and up to Delhi, India. There are reports of ...
UNICEF, (2015)
Decentralize Planning for the Child Programme Achham Districts Development Committee Nepal Nepal ranks at 144th out of 174 countries in terms of the Human Development Index (UNDP,1999).It is the poorest social sector performer in the entire South Asia region, the situation of children and women in worse. Nepal has ratified both CEDAW and C...
UNICEF, (2000)
Costing the Child Grant Expansion in Nepal The Government of Nepal introduced its Child Grant in 2009/10 with the primary objective of supporting better nutrition for children under five years of age. Like other social security schemes implemented by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local ...
UNICEF, (2016)
Nutritional Impact of the Child Grant - An Evidence from Karnali Zone, Nepal Nepal has achieved significant progress in poverty reduction since 2004, the nutritional status of children remains as a major concern (World Bank 2014). According to the Nepal Demographic and Health Survey in 2011 (NDHS), 29 per cent of children und...
UNICEF, (2014)
Supporting Mothers To Breastfeed Will Improve Children’s Chances Of Survival, Says UNICEF On the occasion of World Breastfeeding Week (1-7 August), UNICEF, along with the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) and the World Health Organization (WHO), is recommending the provision of increased professional and informal support fo...
UNICEF, (2008)
South Asia Booklet on Child-relevant Socioeconomic Indicators The social indicators in this collection are well-established. Some economic indicators are selected to show the performance of the economy as a basis for the capacity of the country,and families, to provide for children. #Children #EconomicIndica...
UNICEF, (2006)
Violence Against Children in Nepal Corporal punishment and other acts that humiliate children (including verbal humiliation) are accepted practice in Nepal, in both schools and in home and are used as means to modify the behavior of children. The majority of educated people in Nepal a...
UNICEF, CIVICT, (2006)
Violence Against Children in Nepal In 2002, a pioneering study was conducted by CWIN and Save the Children Norway- Nepal (SCNN) among school children and out-of-school children in order to identify; their level of understanding of child sexual abuse; and the prevalence of child sexual...
CWIN, UNICEF, (2006)
भूकम्पपछि ध्यानदिनुपर्ने कुराहरु सम्बन्धी सन्देशमूलक पुस्तिका हालै देशमा गएको भूकम्पले गर्दा घरहरू, मन्दिरहरू र अन्य भौतिक संरचनाहरू भत्किएका छन् । धेरै मानिसहरू विस्थापित भई अस्-थायी शिविरहरूमा बसिरहेका छन् । कतिको आफन्तहरू हताहत भएका र कतिले ज्यान समेत गुमाएका छन् । बालबालि...
UNICEF, GoN, WFP, (2015)
#EmergencyLessons: After the earthquake in Nepal, children describe school in emoji | UNICEF [Youtube] Abstract : In 2015, a violent earthquake in Nepal killed nearly 9000 people and children's lives were shaken apart. Despite the destruction, hope flies high in the community. What does school mean to you? Children answered to this question in emoji a...
UNICEF, (2016)
Earthquake hits Nepal delivery room | UNICEF [Youtube] Abstract : "When the earthquake struck, me and my colleagues were helping a woman deliver her child," remembers Charu Thapa Magar, a midwife at Trishuli District hospital in Nepal. The hospital was badly damaged by two high-magnitude earthquakes whil...
UNICEF, (2015)
Giving birth after the Nepal earthquake | UNICEF [Youtube] Abstract : Maternity facilities have taken a major hit in Nepal, leaving mothers without a safe place to stay with their newborns. Around twelve babies are being born every hour without access to basic healthcare in the areas of Nepal worst affected ...
UNICEF, (2015)
Nepalese driver goes extra mile delivering earthquake relief | UNICEF [Youtube] Abstract : Unbelievably difficult driving conditions don’t stop Sujan, a truck driver, from delivering relief supplies to remote Nepalese villages hit by the recent earthquakes. He calls what he does “a source of pride.” Duration : 00:02:05 Loc...
UNICEF, (2015)
Teaching girls science, technology, engineering & maths in Nepal | UNICEF [Youtube] Abstract : Meet the co-founders of WiSTEM, who provide children in Nepal with lessons on coding, electronics and design thinking. The organisation shows that if you empower a girl, you change the world. Duration : 00:02:15 Location : Kathmandu...
UNICEF, (2018)
UNICEF USA: Nirmala: Child Head of Household in Nepal [Youtube] Abstract : There are 650,000 orphaned children living in Nepal. It is UNICEF's goal to ensure orphaned children around the world receive the support they need to live a healthy life. In this video, see the story of Nirmala, a young orphaned girl left...
UNCEF USA, (2012)
Parents Mind Set of Education Investment for Daughters The Nepal Ministry of Education’s data reveal that 95% of children are enrolled in primary schools with gender parity! It is therefore likely that Nepal is going to achieve the Millennium Development Goal on promoting gender equality (Ministry of Edu...
UNICEF, (2013)
Germany Provides 500,000 Euros To UNICEF To Support Children Involved In Armed Forces And Armed Groups UNICEF is continuing its programme of support for children associated with armed forces and armed groups (CAAFAG) in Nepal. The Government of Germany has committed 500,000 Euros (approx. USD725,000) to sustain and strengthen the work already being un...
UNICEF, (2008)
Nepal Earthquakes: One Year Later Moving On Twelve months ago, the earth beneath Nepal shook violently – so violently that it tore through the lives of millions of people living in the central and eastern parts of the country. The earthquakes in April and May 2015 took the lives of nearly 9,00...
UNICEF, (2016)
UNICEF NEPAL WASH PROGRAMME (2018-2022) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) is at the centre of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda with a distinct sector Goal (SDG 6) and its corresponding targets. Achievement of SDG targets 6.1 and 6.2 will contribute to a number of other g...
UNICEF, (2018)
New Victim-Activated Explosions Nepal This surveillance system relies on media reportsas its primary source of information, whereas the ‘Victim Information System’ about explosions which will be led by Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) from March 2006 relies on information from vict...
UNICEF, (2006)
United Nations Children’s Fund Revised country programme document Nepal (2008-2010) Nepal has a population of over 27 million, of which 16 per cent is urban and 45 per cent under 18 years. Its physical geography ranges from the southern terai plains at less than 100 m to the northern high mountains that rise to 8,850 m. Due to limit...
UNICEF, (2007)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 1 (26 April 2015) UNICEF and partners are planning to reach approximately 2,800,000 children (40%) out of an estimated 7 million population in 35 affected districts. UNICEF Nepal Country Office has provided tents to the Ministry of Health and Population to be used at ...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 14 (10 June 2015) Highlights: - On 9 June, UNICEF, OCHA, WFP and UNHAS, teamed up with the Central Child Welfare Board (CCWB) and District Child Welfare (DCWB) to rescue 61 children stranded in a remote monastery in Gorkha District. The children were airlifted by hel...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF Nepal Humanitarian Situation Report 15 (17 June 2015) On 11 June, pre-monsoon heavy rains in Taplejung district in eastern Nepal caused severe landslides resulting in 53 fatalities, 12 injuries with people still missing. More than two dozen houses in the six Village Development Committees (VDCs) were re...
UNICEF, (2015)
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