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Progress towards measles elimination in Nepal, 2007– 2014 In 2013, during its 66th session, the Regional Committee of the WHO South- East Asia Region (SEAR) established a goal to eliminate measles1 and control rubella and congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) by 2020.2,3 The recommended measles elimination stra...
who, (2014)
Reproductive Health Research Policy Brief - Opportunities to improve the response to violence against women in Nepal Despite political commitment and a supportive legal and policy framework, violence against women remains a significant problem in Nepal. In the 2011 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS), more than one in five women reported a lifetime experie...
UKAID, UNFPA, UNWOMEN, UCL, CREHPA, (2014)
Comparison of Two Azithromycin Distribution Strategies for Controlling Trachoma in Nepal In 1996, WHO initiated the GET 2020 programme (Global Elimination of Trachoma by the year 2020) and declared that high priority should be given to trachoma control in Nepal. The 1981 Nepal Blindness Survey found trachoma to be the second leading caus...
WHO, (2001)
Health Action in Nepal-Health Newsletter - Issue VI (February 2006) Health Action in Nepal is the 6th volume of the health Newsletter- February 2006.The newsletter consists of the following headlines: Country Safe from Bird Flu and Little Risk of Import: Minister K. B. Bista and State Minister M. Lama, Laboratory Ba...
GoN, WHO, (2006)
South East Asia Region South-East ASIA Advisory Commitee On Health Research Twenty-Second Session Members of the SEA/ACHR and the programme Directors at the Regional Office were requested to suggest topics that could be considered for technical discussion at the forthcoming twenty-third session of SEA/ACHR IN 1997. Suggestions have been received ...
WHO, (1996)
Report of the Eighteenth Meeting of Ministers of Health of Countries of SEAR The Eighteenth Meeting of Ministers of Health of the Countries of the WHO South-East Asia Region (SEAR) was held in Kathmandu, Nepal, from 23-25 August 2000, at the invitation of the Minister of Health, His Majesty’ Government of Nepal. The substan...
WHO, (2000)