Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
• To enhance the ability of the poor and marginalised to take control of the conditions that affects their lives. • To take preventive and curative measures to address health and disability related problems of people. • To enhance the capacity of partners including government health institutions for effective service delivery.
•Self Help Groups make their own action plan and implement properly.
•Group members have started different income generating activities and improving their livelihoods.
•Women are being empowered and are actively taking part in development interventions.
•Women are receiving safe delivery service in the birthing centres. Health institutions are better equipped.
•People have safe drinking water and better sanitation impacting on their better health.
•People are literate through non-formal education.
•Awareness on disability and participation of PWDs in the community have increased.
•Increased access to education for children with disabilities
•Strengthened Disabled People’s Organisations
•Mobility of people with disabilities has increased with the help of assistive devices, therapy services and modification of building structure.
•Improved nutrition status in targeted areas
•Reduced stigma on HIV & AIDs, Leprosy and disabilities in the targeted communities.
•Leprosy and TB patients have been receiving good treatment and services from INF Centres
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