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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)
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)
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)
SMALL AREA ESTIMATION OF FOOD INSECURITY AND UNDERNUTRITION IN NEPAL Poverty, food insecurity, under nutrition and morbidity in Nepal are characterized by regional variation.Factors such as proneness to natural disasters, distribution and quality of land, access to education and health facilities, level of infrastruct...
GoV, WFP, (2014)
Nepal’s Every Newborn Action Plan Government of Nepal Ministry of Health 2016 The intrinsic link between the survival and health of newborns, stillbirths and the survival, health and nutrition of all women of reproductive age, including before, during, between and after pregnancy is clear. The Nepal's Every Newborn Action Pla...
GoN, UNICEF, WHO, (2016)
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Executive Board Second Regular Session 2017 12-15 September 2017 Comments by the United States UNICEF Draft Country Programme Document, Nepal, 2018-2022 One of the key considerations for a successful health program is timely procurement and efficient supply chain management, particularly for child health products, including vaccines. They may also want to engage and play a stronger role in the public...
UNICEF, (2017)
Decentralised Planning for the Child Programme : Baseline Survey Report : Humla District 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 is worse. Nepal has ratified both Conventio...
UNICEF, GoN, MSI, NEW ERA, (2000)
UNICEF Nepal Working Paper Series: LOST LIVES, LOST FUTURES : The Indirect Cost of Infant Mortality in Nepal This study estimated the indirect costs and the years of potential life lost due to infant deaths in Nepal using the human capital approach and national statistics and estimates, which are publicly available. The indirect costs of productivity losses...
UNICEF, (2015)
Child And Maternal Nutrition Malnutrition is a serious obstacle to the survival, growth and development of children in Nepal. Even mildly or moderately malnourished children are more likely to die from common childhood diseases than those that are adequately nourished. In additi...
UNICEF, (2006)