Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Key inputs of the projects are as:
* Training to Health workers on MNH, Support to necessary equipment’s to Health facilities, Partners received LB/NB, Learning materials support to ECCD centers and Schools, Repair and construction of Health facilities, birthing center, ECCD and Schools, ELM at home, SHN Basic training, HFOMC ToT, ToT on AD learning session, technical training on off-on farm and local resource persons. Reading and math camp training, integrated curriculum, partner define quality, life skill training, support to local government for policy/guideline development process etc.
* Construction and repair of school, ECCD, Health Facilities, birthing centers
* Support to Marginal families for livelihood initiatives on farm and off farm,
* Vocational skills and business start up support to youth,
* Onsite coaching, mentoring/technical support, Periodic meeting, Result review, Self-assessment, Joint monitoring, M/PAC visit, Post COVID activities
Following key outputs are being targeted for 2022 under sponsorship and Every year targeted same line of output with alit modifications of interventions as per context;
MNH related outputs: A total 21 site of school, HF and ECCD repair and construction (HF-4, BC-5, Schools-8, ECCD-4),105 Health workers train on MNH & CBIMNCI, 55 HFOMC trained on health management , 239 FCHVs trained on MNH service
ECCE related outputs: 359 ECCD support on capacity building, 18045 children enrolled in ECCD, 175 children receive bursary support, 12 ECCD center sitting arrangement support, 160 ECCD center received learning and play materials , 3130 parents participate in Parent education sessions
BE related outputs: A total of 100746 children enrolled in school, 374 schools will be supported from program, 203 bursary support in early grade, 30 children Assistive support to disable , 16 classroom renovate, 162 school implement Literacy boost and numeracy boost in early grade, 31 school with sitting arrangement support, 30 classroom supported book corner, 211 schools received learning materials, 351 Teachers Trained on LB/NB, 146 Head Teachers (HT) trained on school Leadership and Management, 125 schools conducted social audit, 95622 school children dewormed, 4347 children participated in reading and math camps
SHN related outputs: A total of 35 schools with appropriate and functional waste disposal system, 76 schools supported with First Aid box, 94 focal teachers conducting complete package of health education sessions (8 sessions) in schools
Adolescent Development related outputs: A total 19 Schools supported for educational materials for AFIC, 2 HF with AFS established, 436 teacher oriented on establishment of AFIC at schools and management of IEC, 1468 adolescents oriented on ASRH issues and services at child clubs and at communities, 48 awareness raising events for adolescents conducted at community on ASRH issues, 1340 adolescents/youth participated in Life skill for success session
Child poverty related outputs: 306 farmers supported with agricultural inputs (crop varieties, breeds and tools etc), 781 farmers supported with seeds, fertilizers and IPM Kits, 219 farmers supported with small irrigation scheme, 421 farmers trained on Nursary management, 29 youths trained on VTs, 53 youths received business start up supports, 25 youth benefited from apprenticeship and Job placement.
1. Increased use of key MNH practices and services
2. Improved child development outcomes and caregiving knowledge and practices for children 0-5 years.
3. Improved learning outcomes for all children through quality basic education.
4. Improved learning and development outcomes for all boys and girls, which includes improved health and nutrition related knowledge, attitudes, practices and behaviors.
5. Adolescents are equipped to make a healthy and successful transition through puberty to young adulthood
6. Parents/care-givers have sufficient income at all times to meet the essential needs of their children for survival, learning and protection
All children in the impact area are healthy and educated and become nurturing caregivers and positive contributors to society
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