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Global Tuberculosis Report (2015) This global TB report was produced by a core team of 19 people: Laura Anderson, Anna Dean, Dennis Falzon, Katherine Floyd, Inés Garcia Baena, Christopher Gilpin, Philippe Glaziou, Yohhei Hamada, Tom Hiatt, Avinash Kanchar, Irwin Law, Christian Lienha...
WHO, (2015)
Humanitarian Crisis After the Nepal Earthquakes 2015: Initial Public Health Risk Assessment and Interventions, May 2015 The purpose of this public health risk assessment is to provide all health sector partners, including professionals of local and national authorities, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), donor agencies and United Nations agencies currently working ...
WHO, (2015)
Maternal Mortality Maternal mortality has become one of the leading causes for the death of women in Nepal. Various factors are responsible for the occurrence of maternal mortality, specially among adolescent girls. Nepal has achieved impressive progress in reducing ma...
UN, (2017)
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)
प्रदेश नं. २ को जनसाङ्ख्यिक स्थिति ङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतान्त्रिक नेपालको सातवटा प्रदेशहरु मध्ये प्रदेश नं. २ सामाजिक, सांस्कृतिक, भौगोलिक, आर्थिक, जनसाङ्ख्यिक लगायतका दृष्टिकोणले विशिष्ट विशेषतायुक्त रहेको छ । यही तथ्यलाई प्रदेशको नीति तथा योजना आयोगले समग्र रुपान्तरणको मार्ग चित्र क...
UNFPA, (2020)
A Social Determinants Approach to Maternal Health It has long been understood that health outcomes are profoundly shaped not just by biological factors but also by the social, economic and cultural environment, including people’s positions in various social hierarchies. Increasing evidence suggests ...
UNDP, (2011)
Maternal Mortality Maternal mortality is one of the leading causes of death for women of reproductive age in Nepal. Reasons for this include inadequate health care, lack of family planning, long distances to medical facilities, and early marriage, which leads young gir...
UNFPA, (2016)
Emergency Health Action In Nepal Issue No. X ( January 2007 ) Following the annual Earthquake Safety Day on 16 January, this issue of the newsletter focuses on hospital preparedness and Mass Casualty Management (MCM); key functions for any earthquake response. As follow-up to an EHA assessment highlighting insu...
WHO, (2007)