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Nepal: Strengthening Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health

Kathmandu, Nepal


Summary

Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP), which began in 2002, is the primary technical assistance program to the Ministry of Health for family planning and maternal and child health. Working in a consortium of nongovernmental organizations led by John Snow, Inc., Jhpiego main’s activities under this program are:

-- Strengthening and decentralizing the capacity of in-service clinical training systems at the national, regional and district levels

-- Strengthening curricula, faculty and teaching sites for pre-service education of auxiliary nurse midwives

-- Applying a performance improvement approach to improving quality of health care services

-- Supporting other training-related activities such as training site assessments and updates to training materials

About Jhpiego: For nearly 40 years, Jhpiego, (pronounced "ja-pie-go"), has empowered front-line health workers by designing and implementing simple, low-cost, hands-on solutions that strengthen the delivery of health care services, following the household-to-hospital continuum of care. We partner with community- to national-level organizations to build sustainable, local capacity through advocacy, policy and guidelines development, and quality and performance improvement approaches.

For more information, please visit our web site: www.jhpiego.org

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