Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Output 1.1: Adolescent girls (aged 10-19) are actively participating in a targeted programme (life skills, health information, economic empowerment, social protection).
Output 1.2: Adolescent girls are supported to enrol and remain in formal and non-formal education, including through the transition from primary to secondary education
Output 2.1: Households are increasingly aware of the benefits of investing in adolescents girls and ending child marriage
Output 3.1: Health and protection systems supported to implement guidelines, protocols, and standards for adolescent girl-friendly health and protection services
Output 3.2: Non-formal/primary/secondary schools supported to improve quality of education for adolescent girls
Output 4.1: Country has costed national action plan or development plan on ending child marriage across more than one ministry.
Output 5.1: Country-specific, high-quality data and evidence generated and shared on what works at scale to accelerate ending child marriage
Outcome 1: Adolescent girls at risk of and affected by child marriage are better able to express and exercise their choices
Outcome 2: Households demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours toward investing in and supporting adolescent girls
Outcome 3: Relevant sectoral systems deliver quality and cost-effective services to meet the needs of adolescent girls
Outcome 4: National laws, policy frameworks and mechanisms to protect and promote adolescent girls' rights are in line with international standards and are properly resourced.
Outcome 5: Government(s) and partners within and across countries support the generation and use of robust data and evidence to inform policy and programming, track progress and document lessons.
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