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Health Services Availability and Readiness in Seven Provinces of Nepal

Aryal, K. K., R. Dangol, P. Gartoulla, and G. R. Subedi, Eds.: DHS; USAID, (2018)

DHS Further Analysis Reports No. 115

Quality of Care and Client Satisfaction with Maternal Health Services in Nepal

Acharya, S., S. Sharma, B. Dulal, and K. Aryal, Eds.: DHS; USAID, (2018)

Further Analysis of the 2015 Nepal Health Facility Survey. DHS Further Analysis Reports No. 112.

Diabetes .

Hesperian, (2016)

This content is from the Advance Chapters of the NEW Where There Is No Doctor. You can download this chapter in Bangla, English, Haitian Kreyol, Lao, Nepali, Spanish, and Swahili

Mental Health System in Nepal

World Health Organization, Ministry of Health and Population Nepal, (2006)

WHO-AIMS REPORT ON MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM IN NEPAL A report of the assessment of the mental health system in Nepal using the World Health Organization - Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS). Kathmandu, Nepal

Nepal HIV Investmant Plan 2014-2016

Government of Nepal, Ministry of Health and Population, National Centre for AIDS and STD Control, (2013)

HIV Country Profile: 2017 - Nepal

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

HIV Country Intelligence - HIV Country Profiles

Assessing the Impact of Nepal’s 2015 Earthquake on Older People and Persons with Disabilities and How Gender and Ethnicity Factor into That Impact

HelpAge International, CBM International and NDRC Nepal, (2016)

STUDY REPORT | This study of the impact of the Nepal earthquake of 25 April, 2015, aims to understand the impact factors leading to the exclusion of older people and persons with disabilities from humanitarian action, barriers to their inclusion, and the extent to which their skills and knowledge were utilised to promote inclusive humanitarian action and, using this understanding, to formulate a set of recommendations for promoting inclusion. These recommendations will be used to sensitise the broader humanitarian community to the need for inclusive disaster risk management practices in future emergency responses which pay attention to factors such as gender, age, disability and ethnicity, and build upon the capacities of older people and persons with disabilities.

Cost-effectiveness of a Community-based Rehabilitation Programme in Nepal

Kelsey Vaughan & Aradhana Thapa, Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2015)

This study aimed to estimate the cost-effectiveness of a community-based rehabilitation (CBR) programme known as Inspire2Care (I2C), implemented in Nepal by Karuna Foundation Nepal. In the absence of any gold standard methodology to measure cost-effectiveness, the authors developed a new methodology to estimate the programme’s achievements and cost-effectiveness.

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