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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/pdfCountry Report Indonesia Starting from 2018 Save the Children is implementing global fund funded- a regional grant: evidence-based advocacy on community-based testing and monitoring of quality services for key populations in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. The three yearlong grant, aims to strengthen community capacity to improve access to quality HIV prevention, testing, treatment, care and support services among key populations through building evidence and engage in strategic advocacy for the proposes of improved quality of HIV prevention and care services for People Who Inject Drugs [PWIDS], Transgender and Sex Workers, and improving understanding of existing community based HIV testing (CBT) services and advocate for community-centered models to meet the 90-90-90 targets on testing, treatment and viral load suppression. 26/08/20201MB
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/pdfCountry Report Vietnam Starting from 2018 Save the Children is implementing global fund funded- a regional grant: evidence-based advocacy on community-based testing and monitoring of quality services for key populations in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. The three yearlong grant, aims to strengthen community capacity to improve access to quality HIV prevention, testing, treatment, care and support services among key populations through building evidence and engage in strategic advocacy for the proposes of improved quality of HIV prevention and care services for People Who Inject Drugs [PWIDS], Transgender and Sex Workers, and improving understanding of existing community based HIV testing (CBT) services and advocate for community-centered models to meet the 90-90-90 targets on testing, treatment and viral load suppression. 26/08/20201MB
application/pdfCountry Report NepalStarting from 2018 Save the Children is implementing global fund funded- a regional grant: evidence-based advocacy on community-based testing and monitoring of quality services for key populations in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. The three yearlong grant, aims to strengthen community capacity to improve access to quality HIV prevention, testing, treatment, care and support services among key populations through building evidence and engage in strategic advocacy for the proposes of improved quality of HIV prevention and care services for People Who Inject Drugs [PWIDS], Transgender and Sex Workers, and improving understanding of existing community based HIV testing (CBT) services and advocate for community-centered models to meet the 90-90-90 targets on testing, treatment and viral load suppression. 26/08/20201MB
application/pdfCOVID-19 FlyerThis poster has been developed as a part of a series of information, education, and communications (IEC) materials produced by the Government of Nepal in coordination wit various bi/multilateral organizations focusing on COVID-19 response. 30/03/20201MB
application/pdfAfter the Earthquake: Nepal's Children Speak OutNepali version of Nepal Children's Earthquake Recovery Consultation25/07/20151MB
application/pdfCDCC Climate Crisis Summary ReportThe research “Impacts of Climate Crisis and Environmental Degradation on Children and Youth in Nepal” explores how climate crises and environmental degradation affect children and young people's lives in ways that would prevent them from learning and being protected. 29/10/20211MB
application/pdfNepal Annual Review 2017Save the Children Nepal Country Office's annual report for the year 2017.20/08/20181MB
image/gifAvoide the crowd GIFThis GIF is a part of a series of information, education, and communications (IEC) materials produced by Save the Children focusing on COVID-19 response.26/04/20201MB
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