Focus: Solu-Khumbu Donor: Pasang Lhamu / Nicole Niquille Foundation NFCC trained health workers and then conducted HPV and VIA screening camps in various sites across Solu- Khumbu District. Those trained health workers were tracked and are providing Screening services through their health facility
Focus Area : Kavre, Dolakha and Sindupalchowk Donor : WateraAid Nepal, SEBAC-Nepal NFCC with various donors is rolling out MHM package that has been endorsed by the Family Health Division and Department of Education is being rolled out in 4 districts namely Kavre, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok and Dolakha. Department of women and children also is also integrated to roll this package in the communities. This […]
Focus Area : 12 Districts Donor : Various The roll out of the MHM package developed by NFCC and endorsed by the Family Health Division and Department of Education is being rolled out in a number of districts through collaborative partnership with a number of donors. While some donors are supporting the roll out of the package in communities in a district other […]
Strengthening the Continuum of Care through Quality Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming, is a one year IMC funded program, strengthening the SRH services post-Earthquake in 24 VDCs of Gorkha. The program aims to strengthen the government’s capacity to coordinate, manage and oversee an integrated continuum of care and support, and, will build the capacity of health service providers to provide […]
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 : Ramechhap, Nuwakot, Dhading & Gorkha Donor : VSO ,GIZ &IMC NFCC with various donors has rolled out MHM orientation package that has been endorsed by the Family Health Division and Department of Education.package has been rolled out in 4 districts namely Kavre, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok and Dolakha. Department of women and children also is also integrated to roll this package in the communities .This package […]
Focus Area : National and Earthquake Affected DistrictsDonor : WaterAid Nepal & International Medical Corps NFCC in collaboration with WaterAid Nepal, International Medical Corps, and Family Health Division & Department of Education has conducted three rounds of national master training of trainers. First round of the training focused on developing trainers at the central level from Department of Health Services and Department […]
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 : 27 VDC’s and 4 Municipalities in 5 Districts Donor : Water Aid After the earthquake in 2015, April NFCC along with WaterAid to address the issue of menstrual hygiene in earthquake affected areas distributed menstrual protection products. During this response session on hand washing and proper use and proper disposal of menstrual products were conducted.
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.