Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Output 1: Increased capacity to deliver integrated, quality sexual and reproductive health services that target women and adolescent girls, especially the most vulnerable, including in humanitarian situations Sub Output 1: National and sub national Governments have increased capacity to develop and implement sexual and reproductive health legislation, policies, strategies and guidelines
Sub Output 2: Devolved health systems are strengthened to better provide integrated, quality sexual and reproductive health services to the most vulnerable groups
Sub Output 3: Marginalized groups, in particular women and young people, are enabled to increase utilization of SRH services and realize their reproductive rights
UNFPA Strategic Plan Outcome 1: Every woman, adolescent and youth everywhere, especially those furthest behind, has utilized integrated sexual and reproductive health services and exercised reproductive rights, free of coercion, discrimination and violence. Given the recent slow progress on key indicators within the area of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and, indeed, the regression seen in some areas such as adolescent fertility, UNFPA’s work in this area is concentrated on high impact interventions in key thematic areas. A people-centred life cycle approach will be adopted to address inequity in access to, the poor quality of, and the lack of accountability for SRHR. First among these is a strong focus on addressing unmet need for family planning through improved access to family planning services, with a rights-based perspective which emphasizes women’s choice in relation to whether, when and how many children to have through access to quality information, counselling and services, as well as efforts to address demand side barriers related to socio-cultural norms that prevent women and girls realizing their reproductive rights. On the supply side, support will be provided to expand the contraceptive method mix, strengthen supply chain management and avoid stockouts. The programme will address the SRHR needs of those considered most vulnerable, including married and unmarried young people and women and girls living with disabilities. The programme will also promote maternal health through expanding midwifery services in the country and address reproductive morbidities, including obstetric fistula, pelvic organ prolapses, and cervical cancer. The programme will continue to build capacities in emergency preparedness and response in relation to SRH and GBV.
The SRHR component of the CPAP is guided by the Nepal Health Sector Strategy (2016-2021), MoHP and directly contributes to achieving SDG 3 and 5. This component contributes to UNDAF Outcome 2 on Social Development and UNDAF Outcome 3 on Resilience, Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation
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