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application/pdfHead Teacher Training Brief - CCDRR- ECHOVIIITraining_brief_CCDRR_ECHOVIII03/03/2017226KB
application/pdfOne Year After the Earthquake Over one million children are estimated to have been affected by the earthquakes in Nepal on 25 April and 12 May, 2015. Read on the executive summary of child consultation report based on consultations with 680 children in five of the most severely affected districts, and interviews with 36 officials at central and district levels.28/04/2016228KB
application/pdfTeacher Training Brief - CCDRR- ECHOVIIITeacher Training Brief - CCDRR- ECHOVIII03/03/2017280KB
application/pdfSIP Training Brief - CCDRR - ECHOVIIISIP_Training_brief_CCDRR_ECHOVIII03/03/2017281KB
application/pdfNepal Earthquake Response - Winterization Program Report Save the Children’s Shelter, Education and Child Protection team undertook the challenge of providing essential winter supplies to earthquake-affected families, children and in Temporary Learning Centers (TLCs) so children could return to school and have some normalcy in their lives. 26/05/2016633KB
application/pdfProtecting Children in Brick Kilns Stories of children and their families living in brick kilns of Kathmandu28/12/2016878KB
application/pdfWorking Together for School Safety (2017-2018)Promoting and Strengthening DRR and School Safety throughout the Education Sector in Nepal - Brochure26/04/20181MB
application/pdfNepal Annual Review 2015In 2015, we reached over 4.6 million children through our work, including over 2 million children directly.28/09/20161MB
application/pdfAfter the Earthquake: Nepal's Children Speak OutNepali version of Nepal Children's Earthquake Recovery Consultation25/07/20151MB
application/pdfNepal Annual Review 2017Save the Children Nepal Country Office's annual report for the year 2017.20/08/20181MB
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