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Leading the Voice of Voiceless People:My Voice for Dignified Life- Mental Health and Human Rights As a reflection of the high priority placed on the promotion and protection of human rights of mentally disabled persons, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of Nepal has included it in its Strategic Plan 2015-20. In this regard, the NHRC Str...
NHRC-UNDP, (2017)
Nepal Earthquake, Health Cluster Bulletin #1, 25 April to 3 May 2015 More than 1000 doctors, nurses and paramedics deployed to provide medical care in support of existing health system. Critical shortage of supplies reported by hospitals across the country. Approximately 14 000 injured as a result of the quake. Injuri...
WHO, Health Cluster, (2015)
Bugs, Drugs & Smoke Since the World Health Organization (WHO) was founded in 1948, the world has changed dramatically and so too has its health. But while some scourges (e.g. small- pox and polio) have subsided, others have made a comeback (e.g. tuberculosis) and fright...
WHO, (2012)
Nepal Health Sector Programme - implimentation plan II (NHSP - IP) 2010-15 Nepal has experienced two decades of steady improvement in health outcomes and impact.Progress accelerated and was accompanied by significant improvements in equality of access during the first NHSP (2004-10). Nepal met or exceeded nearly all of th...
NHSP/UNFPA, (2010)
Nepal IASC Contingency Plan Nepal is a hot spot for geophysical and climatic hazards and prone to many kinds of natural hazards which have occurred with increasing frequency over the previous two decades. The disasters frequently affect the economy and the population of Nepal, ...
UNOCHA, (2008)