Focus Area : National Donor : UNFPA With technical assistance from WHO, the Family Health Division (FHD) under the Ministry of Health and Population Nepal (MoHP) developed the National Guidelines for Cervical Cancer Screening and Prevention (CCSP) for Nepal in 2010. A National Implementation Plan was developed for 2013-15 with the aim to screen at least 50% of the target population within five […]
“RUPANTARAN”: Empowering Adolescent to Contribute to Ending Harmful Social Norms Such as Child Marriage.
Focus Area : 5 Districts Donor : UNICEF The ADAP program engages with out of school adolescent girls from disadvantaged groups by imparting an intensive training on social and financial life-skills in Dhanusha, Saptari, Rautahat, Bara and Parsa districts in the Eastern Terai. The package covers fifteen modules relevant to adolescents. A core group of community change agents are trained who then roll […]
Donor : Amplify Change NFCC with the support of Amplify Change Grant has been working to disseminate the Chhaupadi Criminalization Policy through a radio campaign in all 9 districts in Province 7. The purpose of the radio campaign is to inform the public about the existing law on menstrual restriction through detailed discussion with all relevant stakeholders.
Donor: Tibet Fund / Snow Lion Foundation With support from Snow Lion Foundation, NFCC conducted Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) sessions in the Tibetan community and school going adolescents. The sessions were focus on creating a response mechanism to sexual and gender based violence in Tibetan schools and communities. While the primary response mechanism system is established at schools […]
Focus Area : 75 Districts Donor : USAID USAID/Nepal is assisting the Government of Nepal to expand the depth, reach and impact of the private sector in social marketing for family planning, maternal & child health and HIV/AIDS prevention. The program GGMS is a national level family planning program to create and ensure a qualitative family planning services to clients through private medical […]