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Community-Based Therapeutic Care Feasibility Assessment Report The Community-Based Therapeutic Care (CTC) approach can possibly provide a cost-effective strategy for malnutrition rehabilitation in Nepal. The approach focuses on early identification and treatment through simple medical protocols and Ready-to-Use ...
UNICEF, (2007)
High-Level Delegation From the EU Parliament Visits UNICEF- Supported Programmes in Nepal The EU has contributed a grant of €20 million to UNICEF to tackle under-nutrition in five Asian countries,including Nepal, which received €3.2 million from the EU for the period 2010-2014. This funding is supporting a comprehensive package of measure...
UNICEF, (2011)
Child Poverty and Disparities in Nepal Nepal Report 2010 Children living in poverty. More than a third of Neapl's 12.6 million children the foundation for tomorrows parents and leaders live below the national poverty line. THis is not all. Measured by the factors that constitutes a child's wellbeing, an ev...
UNICEF, (2010)
WFP Nepal Country Brief The Country Programme (CP) supports the Government of Nepal in enhancing the food and nutrition security of vulnerable communities and increasing resilience to disasters.The CP covers four areas: 1. Livelihoods creation provides seasonal employment ...
WFP, (2016)
Improving Access to Water and Sanitation Safe drinking water and sanitation are basic necessities for human survival. Lack of them is one of the main causes of malnutrition, disease, and death Although significant progress has been made in recent decade, between one to two million children ...
SAARC, (2005)
Small Area Estimation of Poverty, Caloric Intake and Malnutrition in Nepal This report presents the results of small area estimation techniques to improve sample survey estimates of poverty, caloric intake and malnutrition for Nepal. This is the first time that statistical techniques have been used to estimate indicators of...
GoN, CBS, WB, WFP, (2006)