USAID's Investments for Health in Nepal - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Health spending

FY 2012 $19.3 M

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USAID’s support in the health sector reflects one of the longest standing and most successful development assistance programs in Nepal. Despite a 10-year civil insurgency, Nepal has experienced two decades of steady improvement in health and has emerged as one of the few countries on track to meet the Millennium Development Goals related to reducing maternal and child mortality.

USAID'S HEALTH PROGRAM IN NEPAL AIMS TO:

  • Expand access to family planning and reproductive health programs;
  • Support comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and care programs;
  • Reduce maternal and child mortality rates;
  • Improve water supply and sanitation; and
  • Improve child health through access to nutrition programs.
Under the National Vitamin A Program, a high-dose of vitamin A is fed to children, six months to five years of age, in all 75 di

Under the National Vitamin A Program, a high-dose of vitamin A is fed to children, six months to five years of age, in all 75 districts of Nepal. During this nation-wide campaign, children also receive de-worming tablets.

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