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National Guidelines on Prevention, Management and Control of Dengue in Nepal Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral disease that has rapidly spread in many countries worldwide in recent years. In Nepal, dengue is a rapidly emerging disease. Endemic across most provinces, dengue incidence has increased in recent years largely due to...
GON/WHO, (2019)
Political Advocacy and Protest in the Peace Process This publication consists of a set of principles for all political actors. These sets of principles tells all the political actors about the actions they should take and not take, the language they should use and not use, they should not abuse their ...
UNOHCHR, IDEA, (1999)
Health Care for Women Subjected to Intimate Partner Violence or Sexual Violence Why is violence against women different? A woman who has been subjected to violence may have some different needs from most other health-care patients. In particular: 1. She may have various emotional needs that require attention. 2. She may be fri...
WHO, UNWOMEN, UNFPA, (2014)
Common Country Assessment and United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2004 These Guidelines are intended to help United Nations Country Teams (UNCTs) to prepare Common Country Assessments (CCAs) and United Nations Development Assistance Frameworks (UNDAFs) as the first steps in the preparation of country programmes and proj...
UN, (2004)
UNDAF 2013-2017: Guidelines and Sample Template for CA – First Step The CA is the first stage of the overall UNDAF process. CAs are typically developed around a range of issues, such as basic services, environment, agriculture, governance, etc. This time, the UNCT in Nepal has decided to develop a CA ‘with a human fa...
UNDAF, UNCT, (2012)