NFCC was selected by the Family Health Division and contracted by UNFPA to update National Implementation plan for cervical cancer screening and prevention in consultation with relevant stakeholders for the year of 2016-2020 both in Nepali and English. The previous version of the Implementation Plan was developed in 2012 and expired in 2015.
Using Mhealth Technology to ensure Continuum of Care in Cervical Cancer Screening in Kailali District
Focus Area : Kailali District Donor : American Cancer Society/Conquer Cancer Foundation To accomplish the goals of improving cervical cancer screening services and ensuring continuum of care, this program/study titled ‘Using mhealth technology to ensure continuum of care in cervical cancer screening in Kailali district of Nepal’ was awarded to NFCC by Conquer Cancer Foundation under American Cancer Society. This objective of this […]
Focus Area : 9 Districts Donor : Dutch WASH Alliance NFCC in collaboration with Water, Sanitation and Hygiene-Resource Centre Network Nepal conducted a study to understand the knowledge, behavior and attitude about menstruation/menstrual hygiene management and practices associated with it. The nine ethnic groups studied were Brahmin, Chhetri, Musalman, Magar, Yadav, Newar, Tamang, Kami and Tharu from nine districts, namely Doti, Dang, Kapilvastu, […]
Focus Area : 3 distrcts Donor : WaterAid An assessment of health institutions in three districts Siraha,Sindhuli and Makwanpur was conducted. This Assessment looked into the WASH facilities in health institutions in term of accessibility, availability for both patient and health care services providers. This assessment also looked after the functionality and management of available WASH facilities in these institutions.
Focus Area : NationalDonor : WHO An assessment of current and past adolescent health interventions and/or programs was conducted by NFCC as part of the GAVI HPV Vaccine Demonstration Project deliverables from Government of Nepal. NFCC was selected by the Family Health Division for this assessment. This assessment looked into work done by organizations in any capacity whether as a whole program […]
Focus Area : Makwanpur District Donor : Open Source NFCC along with an individual researcher Anne Kukuczka, Free University of Berlin, Germany introduced menstrual cups to women and girls of Sisneri VDC, Makwanpur District. This eight month longitudinal study looked at the acceptability and uptake of menstrual cup among adolescent girls and women. It also examined differences in usage and acceptability of menstrual […]
Focus Area : Far West Nepal Donor : USAID NFCC conducted a Chhaupadi assessment for USAID/Nepal to identify best practices for the effective reduction of the negative effects of Chhaupadi tradition on women’s and girls. The geographic scope of the assessment was far and mid-western region of Nepal, where chhaupadi is widely prevalent. The districts selected were Achham, Kailali and Bajura. The objectives […]
Focus Area : 20 districts Donor : PSI NFCC conducted a Health Facility Assessment for PSI Nepal This assessment looked into availability of family planning services, Infection Prevention materials and trained human resources in family planning in health facilities of 20 districts. In this 3 month long assessment all the districts from five development regions were covered.
With support from University of Alabama, Birmingham, an HPV sampling study will be conducted among two cohorts of women (200 in each group) in Kathmandu and Achham district. The purpose of this study will be to examine the vulnerability of women from low risk populace and high risk populace (HIV positive) to HPV. Both qualitative and quantitative data will be […]
With support from UNICEF, NFCC is piloting a menstrual hygiene management project in ten VDCs’ of Saptari in 2012. This pilot will be integrated into the existing GATE project (UNICEF) and will use out of school adolescent girls as manufacturers and sellers of reusable sanitary napkins. These girls will also be educators on sexual and reproductive health in their respective […]