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WHO Country Cooperation Strategy Nepal
Abstract:
Based on the guidance of the WHO corporate strategy as presented by the Director-General to the 105th session of the WHO Executive Board, a series of country missions have been initiated in the WHO South-East Asia Region. The purpose of these missions was to prepare WHO country cooperation strategies (WHO CCS), within the overall framework of the WHO corporate strategy. The WHO corporate strategy is a framework for the WHO Secretariat to respond to a changing global environment. It is a process of organizational development and forms a policy framework for the work of WHO for the period 2002-2005. The purpose of the corporate strategy is to enable WHO to make a maximum contribution to world health, through enhancing its technical, intellectual, ethical and political leadership in international health. The WHO corporate strategy embraces four strategic directions: reducing excess burden of disease; reducing the risk factors for human health; developing sustainable health systems; and developing an enabling policy and institutional environment. Towards this end, the work of the WHO secretariat would concentrate on six core functions: policy and advocacy; information,research and development; technical and policy support; partnerships; norms and standards; and technologies, tools and guidelines. The WHO country cooperation strategy is a framework focusing on WHO's collaborative work in the country. It emphasizes areas in which WHO is considered to have comparative advantage, providing added value. The present document contains the proposed WHO country cooperation strategy with the Kingdom of Nepal for the period 2002-2005. #WHO #WHOCCS #UNDAF #EHCP #DISEASESTUDY #HEALTHDEVELOPMENT #HEALTHPROBLEM
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HEALTH, FAMILY HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, PUBLIC HEALTH, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, WOMEN'S HEALTH, YOUTH HEALTH, HEALTH AID, HEALTH CENTRES, HEALTH-CARE DELIVERY, HEALTH CONDITIONS, HEALTH PLANNING, HEALTH POLICY, HEALTH SERVICES, HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, HEALTH STANDARDS, HEALTH STATISTICS
Thematic Group:
WHO, (2000)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
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Feeder: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Editor: PRAFFUL STH, Auditor:
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WHO Country Cooperation Strategy Nepal
Abstract:
Based on the guidance of the WHO corporate strategy as presented by the Director-General to the 105th session of the WHO Executive Board, a series of country missions have been initiated in the WHO South-East Asia Region. The purpose of these missions was to prepare WHO country cooperation strategies (WHO CCS), within the overall framework of the WHO corporate strategy. The WHO corporate strategy is a framework for the WHO Secretariat to respond to a changing global environment. It is a process of organizational development and forms a policy framework for the work of WHO for the period 2002-2005. The purpose of the corporate strategy is to enable WHO to make a maximum contribution to world health, through enhancing its technical, intellectual, ethical and political leadership in international health. The WHO corporate strategy embraces four strategic directions: reducing excess burden of disease; reducing the risk factors for human health; developing sustainable health systems; and developing an enabling policy and institutional environment. Towards this end, the work of the WHO secretariat would concentrate on six core functions: policy and advocacy; information,research and development; technical and policy support; partnerships; norms and standards; and technologies, tools and guidelines. The WHO country cooperation strategy is a framework focusing on WHO's collaborative work in the country. It emphasizes areas in which WHO is considered to have comparative advantage, providing added value. The present document contains the proposed WHO country cooperation strategy with the Kingdom of Nepal for the period 2002-2005. #WHO #WHOCCS #UNDAF #EHCP #DISEASESTUDY #HEALTHDEVELOPMENT #HEALTHPROBLEM
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HEALTH, FAMILY HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, PUBLIC HEALTH, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, WOMEN'S HEALTH, YOUTH HEALTH, HEALTH AID, HEALTH CENTRES, HEALTH-CARE DELIVERY, HEALTH CONDITIONS, HEALTH PLANNING, HEALTH POLICY, HEALTH SERVICES, HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, HEALTH STANDARDS, HEALTH STATISTICS
Thematic Group:
WHO, (2000)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
PDF | File Size: 270 KB   Download
Feeder: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Editor: PRAFFUL STH, Auditor:
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UNESCO Rescue Archaeology Mission Provides Instrumental Findings To Set Up Better Approach For Post-Disaster Responses To Rehabilitation Of Earthquake Damaged Heritage
Abstract:
The 2015 earthquakes that hit Nepal were not only human catastrophes of enormous proportions, they also triggered a cultural catastrophe damaging Nepal’s unique heritage. Playing a central role in the lives of thousands and forming a major source of tourist income, the heritage sites will be rebuilt. UNESCO sponsored a multidisciplinary team, to undertake a rescue archaeology mission prior to reconstruction, between 5 October and 22 November 2015, targeting various monument zones across the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage property. The mission illustrated the role that archaeology can play in guiding post-disaster responses to reconstruction and rehabilitation of earthquake damaged heritage.
Publisher: UNESCO Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, EARTHQUAKE-RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, ARCHEOLOGICAL HERITAGE, CAPACITY BUILDING, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, ARCHEOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS, LOGISTIC SUPPORT, CULTURAL HERITAGE, CULTURAL PROPERTY, RECONSTRUCTION, REHABILITATION PROJECTS, INCOME
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2016)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
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Feeder: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Editor: ALISHATHAPALIYA, Auditor:
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UNESCO Rescue Archaeology Mission Provides Instrumental Findings To Set Up Better Approach For Post-Disaster Responses To Rehabilitation Of Earthquake Damaged Heritage
Abstract:
The 2015 earthquakes that hit Nepal were not only human catastrophes of enormous proportions, they also triggered a cultural catastrophe damaging Nepal’s unique heritage. Playing a central role in the lives of thousands and forming a major source of tourist income, the heritage sites will be rebuilt. UNESCO sponsored a multidisciplinary team, to undertake a rescue archaeology mission prior to reconstruction, between 5 October and 22 November 2015, targeting various monument zones across the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage property. The mission illustrated the role that archaeology can play in guiding post-disaster responses to reconstruction and rehabilitation of earthquake damaged heritage.
Publisher: UNESCO Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, EARTHQUAKE-RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, ARCHEOLOGICAL HERITAGE, CAPACITY BUILDING, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, ARCHEOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS, LOGISTIC SUPPORT, CULTURAL HERITAGE, CULTURAL PROPERTY, RECONSTRUCTION, REHABILITATION PROJECTS
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2016)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
PDF | File Size: 340 KB   Download
Feeder: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Editor: ALISHATHAPALIYA, Auditor:
...
UNESCO Rescue Archaeology Mission Provides Instrumental Findings To Set Up Better Approach For Post-Disaster Responses To Rehabilitation Of Earthquake Damaged Heritage
Abstract:
The 2015 earthquakes that hit Nepal were not only human catastrophes of enormous proportions, they also triggered a cultural catastrophe damaging Nepal’s unique heritage. Playing a central role in the lives of thousands and forming a major source of tourist income, the heritage sites will be rebuilt. UNESCO sponsored a multidisciplinary team, to undertake a rescue archaeology mission prior to reconstruction, between 5 October and 22 November 2015, targeting various monument zones across the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage property. The mission illustrated the role that archaeology can play in guiding post-disaster responses to reconstruction and rehabilitation of earthquake damaged heritage.
Publisher: UNESCO Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, EARTHQUAKE-RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, ARCHEOLOGICAL HERITAGE, CAPACITY BUILDING, ARCHEOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS, LOGISTIC SUPPORT, CULTURAL HERITAGE, CULTURAL PROPERTY, RECONSTRUCTION, REHABILITATION PROJECTS
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2016)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
PDF | File Size: 340 KB   Download
Feeder: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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