Nepal has one of the highest rates of child marriage in Asia – for both girls and boys. Although the legal age of unions for both sexes is 20, more than a third of young women aged 20-24 report that they were married by the age of 18, and just over one in ten by 15. Nepali boys are among the most likely in the world to be child grooms. More than one in ten is married before they reach 18. UNFPA and UNICEF are working together to help end child marriage in Nepal. Please click here to download a communication material related to the joint programme.
Ending Child Marriage in Nepal
Sep 06, 2017
Long Term Arrangements (LTAs) for Quality Assurance and Inspection Services (Ref: EOI NEP 2018 0003)
Long Term Arrangements (LTAs) for Translation and Simultaneous Interpretation Services (Ref: EOI NEP 2018 0001)
Long Term Arrangements (LTAs) for Third Party Management of Consultants Staff (Ref: EOI NEP 2018 0002)
A study of knowledge, attitude and practice before and after implementation of parental education programme in three districts of Nepal