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Addressing Arsenic Problem in Nepal Access to safe drinking water is one of the key targets of the United Nations’ millennium development goals and is a crucial foundation for sustainable poverty reduction. However, the natural occurrence of arsenic in groundwater has proven to be a se...
UNHABITAT, (2007)
Information Sheet: Water Quality Water being a universal solvent dissolves various substances that it comes into its contact. This includes minerals, chemicals, soil and microorganisms. Hence, it is very rare to find pure natural water with nothing mixed in it. The water we drink al...
USAID, UHHABITAT, UNICEF, GoN, (2008)
WATER FOR ASIAN CITIES PROGRAMME NEPAL Safe Drinking Water Healthy Sanitation - for Healthy Human Settlements UN-HABITAT initiated the WAC Programme Nepal after receiving letter of interest from Ministry of Physical Planning and Works (MPPW), the Government of Nepal (GoN) in November 2004. The overall objective of the WAC-Nepal Programme is to demonstrate in...
GoN, UNHABITAT, (2008)
Amoeba and Water The quality of drinking water affects the health of a family. This book is developed for children to raise their awareness of water and its relation to health, so that they will take necessary precautions to protect themselves and their family from w...
UNHABITAT, USAID, UNICEF, ENPHO, (2009)
UNICEF WASH RESPONSE Earthquake April 25 2015 Update as of Dec , 2015 Nine months after the devastating earthquakes of 25 April and 12 May which struck Nepal, the overall humanitarian situation has improved. The aftershocks still being experienced though their frequencies are quite rare these days, and most of the coun...
UNICEF, (2015)
UNICEF WASH RESPONSE Earthquake April 25 2015 Update as of Dec , 2015 UNICEF’s response in WASH was targeting 840,000 people ( both camps and communities) including children and women, in the 14 most severely affected districts with critical WASH interventions and information that will prevent child illness, especially...
UNICEF, (2015)