• Polio-free Nepal

Focus on 1000 Days

Right nutrition and care during the first 1000 days of a child's life is essential for the child’s ability to grow, learn, and rise out of poverty.

Reducing Malnutrition

A Multi-Sector Nutrition

Plan (2013-2017) has

been launched to
reduce chronic

malnutrition.

Global Recognition

Nepal has been recognizeed as an “early riser” by Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) movement for successful micronutrients programme.

Nutrition Programme

Through our Nutrition Programme, we provide all pregnant women and adolescent girls with micronutrients, Vitamin A, and information on proper feeding to ensure that a foetus is protected and insured from malnutrition and disease. This includes the first 1000 Golden Days of a child’s life, which covers immunisation and deworming, and community management of childhood malnutrition and illnesses. UNICEF also works to prevent diseases related to iodine deficiency by supporting the nationwide promotion of iodised salt, with an emphasis on regions where coverage is low.


Our Main Partners

National Planning Commission, Ministry of Health and Population, Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, Ministry of Agriculture Development, Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare.

Our Donors

European Union, USAID, Micronutrient Initiative, DFID, UNICEF National Committees

 

Quick Facts

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