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Nepal Country Progress Report 2012
Abstract:
This report is a result of a joint and collaborative process, and the support and active involvement of all stakeholders including government agencies, MARPs and their networks, UN Agencies, bilateral and multilateral organizations and national and international NGOs working of AIDS. Programme coverage has been expanded and a considerably larger number of people who require services are being able to access them. The acaling of servics such as prevention, care, support and programme is also being prioritized. Significant progress has also been made in terms of programme monitoring and evaluation as well as HIV surveillance, data collection analysis, and its uses to monitor and evaluate prevention, treatment and care programmes. Though the overall response is improving, over 80 per cent of the AIDS money is being spent/channelized outside the public sector, which is alaring. The Government is committed to incrfeasing the funding of the AIDS response through its regular budget to increase the role of the public sector in coordinating the national response and sustaining the programme.
Publisher: GoN, WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, ANTIRETROVIAL, FAMILY PLANNING, SEX WORKERS, VACCINE, IMMUNIZATION, NUTRITION, FUND, SEXUAL PARTNERS, CONDOM, RISK-SEX, HIV PREVALENCE, AIDS EPIDEMIC, HIV PREVENTION, ENVIRONMENT, REMEDIAL ACTIONS, PREVENTION TREATMENT, HEALTH SYSTEMS, DISEASE PREVENTION, AIDS CONTROL
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2012)
Thesaurus:
01.00.0A - Political And Legal Questions
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Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Nepal Country Progress Report 2012
Abstract:
This report is a result of a joint and collaborative process, and the support and active involvement of all stakeholders including government agencies, MARPs and their networks, UN Agencies, bilateral and multilateral organizations and national and international NGOs working of AIDS. Programme coverage has been expanded and a considerably larger number of people who require services are being able to access them. The acaling of servics such as prevention, care, support and programme is also being prioritized. Significant progress has also been made in terms of programme monitoring and evaluation as well as HIV surveillance, data collection analysis, and its uses to monitor and evaluate prevention, treatment and care programmes. Though the overall response is improving, over 80 per cent of the AIDS money is being spent/channelized outside the public sector, which is alaring. The Government is committed to incrfeasing the funding of the AIDS response through its regular budget to increase the role of the public sector in coordinating the national response and sustaining the programme.
Publisher: NCASC, WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, ANTIRETROVIAL, FAMILY PLANNING, SEX WORKERS, VACCINE, IMMUNIZATION, NUTRITION, FUND, SEXUAL PARTNERS, CONDOM, RISK-SEX, HIV PREVALENCE, AIDS EPIDEMIC, HIV PREVENTION, ENVIRONMENT, REMEDIAL ACTIONS, PREVENTION TREATMENT, HEALTH SYSTEMS, DISEASE PREVENTION, AIDS CONTROL
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2012)
Thesaurus:
01.00.0A - Political And Legal Questions
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Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Nepal Country Progress Report - 2012
Abstract:
This report is a result of a joint and collaborative process, and the support and active involvement of all stakeholders including government agencies, MARPs and their networks, UN Agencies, bilateral and multilateral organizations and national and international NGOs working of AIDS. Programme coverage has been expanded and a considerably larger number of people who require services are being able to access them. The acaling of servics such as prevention, care, support and programme is also being prioritized. Significant progress has also been made in terms of programme monitoring and evaluation as well as HIV surveillance, data collection analysis, and its uses to monitor and evaluate prevention, treatment and care programmes. Though the overall response is improving, over 80 per cent of the AIDS money is being spent/channelized outside the public sector, which is alaring. The Government is committed to incrfeasing the funding of the AIDS response through its regular budget to increase the role of the public sector in coordinating the national response and sustaining the programme.
Publisher: GoN, WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, ANTIRETROVIAL, FAMILY PLANNING, SEX WORKERS, VACCINE, IMMUNIZATION, NUTRITION, FUND, SEXUAL PARTNERS, CONDOM, RISK-SEX, HIV PREVALENCE, AIDS EPIDEMIC, HIV PREVENTION, ENVIRONMENT, REMEDIAL ACTIONS, PREVENTION TREATMENT, HEALTH SYSTEMS, DISEASE PREVENTION, AIDS CONTROL
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2012)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
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Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
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