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National Immunization Programme: Measles Outbreak Response Immunization (ORI)- Banke And Bardiya (Volume 2 - Issue 2) Measles is a highly endemic in Nepal for last several years affecting thousands of children and young adults. The country has started health facility based surveillance since 2003. Further more, the measles surveillance has been strengthen by establi...
WHO, (2015)
Kala-Azar: Striving for Elimination Highlights: 1. Newer, safer and effective treatment regimen and inexpensive, user- friendly rapid diagnostic tests boosts prospects for Kala-azar elimination. 2. Success of single dose Liposomal Amphotericin B, Ambigome, brings early relief and end...
WHO, (2014)
HARMFUL PRACTICES IN NEPAL: REPORT ON COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS Harmful practices can be defined as persistent behaviours that discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, age, caste/ethnicity, language, religion, amongst others. They leave women and people from excluded groups at risk of violence, poorer physical a...
UNFPA, (2020)
LITERATURE REVIEW ON HARMFUL PRACTICES IN NEPAL Every year, people across Nepal are subjected to violence, poor health outcomes, and death as a result of harmful practices. These practices stem from deeply embedded patriarchal norms and unequal power relations and are a significant barrier to the ...
UNFPA, (2020)