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FINAL EVALUATION OF THE NATIONAL PLAN OF ACTION FOR CHILDREN 2004-15
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In 2004, the Cabinet of the Government of Nepal (GoN) endorsed the ten years National Plan of Action for Children (NPA/C). The plan was developed as a national response to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on Children held in New York in 2002 which called for the development of plans of actions for children to boost their rights to education, to health, to protection, and to contribute to the control of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The NPA/C was built around a vision according to which “Children enjoy their rights in a society fit for children, and realize their full potential.” The mission of the NPA/C was to “Ensure the right of each child to improve the quality of life by promoting child-friendly environments and eliminating all forms of exploitation, abuse and discrimination against children.” To achieve this, the NPA/Cidentified four objectives:
1) Promote the rights of every child.
2) Eliminate all forms of exploitation, abuse and discrimination against children.
3) Promote child-friendly environments, focusing on education, health, nutrition and other sectors.
4) Increase the access of children to all basic needs, facilities and services, ensuring quality.
and six pillars:
5) Promoting healthy lives
6)Providing quality education
7)Protecting child rights
8)Combating HIV/AIDS
9)Child Participation
10)Coordination, monitoring and evaluation
The NPA/C is a comprehensive plan for all children of Nepal. This comprehensiveness makes it considerably expensive: its total cost, 125 billion NPR, was equivalent to the 4% of what the GoN spent in the ten years covered by the NPA/C. The NPA/C does not present any logic model and/or the expected results chain. There is not a theory of change, nor a description of the change pathway, nor a logical framework that show the
relations between inputs, outputs and outcomes of the object. The M&E plan that was supposed to be developed, was never developed.
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UNICEF ,   (2016 )
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Annual Report in English
Keywords:
ABANDONED CHILDREN,ADOPTED CHILDREN,CHILD MIGRANTS,CHILD REFUGEES,CHILD SOLDIERS,CHILDREN IN ARMED CONFLICTS,CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES,INFANTS,ORPHANS,PROBLEM CHILDREN,SCHOOLCHILDREN,SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN,STREET CHILDREN,BOYS,CHILD ABUSE,CHILD DEVELOPMENT,CHILD FEEDING,CHILD GUIDANCE,CHILD HEALTH,CHILD LABOUR,CHILD MORTALITY,CHILD NEEDS,CHILD NUTRITION,CHILD PROSTITUTION,CHILD PSYCHOLOGY,CHILD SAFETY,CHILD SUPPORT
Thematic Group:
 UNICEF : Children Fund
Thesaurus:
08.01.00  -  Population Dynamics
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