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1.        

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2.        

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Programme to Address Equity, Social Determinants, Gender and Human Rights in Nepal

2017

3.        

A Mid -Term Evaluation of The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (Hc3) Nepal Project.

2016

4.        

A Report on Verbal Autopsy to Ascertain Causes of Neonatal Deaths in Nepal

2014

5.        

A tool for strengthening gender-sensitive national HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) monitoring and evaluation systems, WHO

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6.        

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7.        

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8.        

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9.        

Achieving the Malaria MDG Target - Reversing the Incidence of Malaria 2000–2015

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10.     

Adapting Nepal’s polio eradication programme. IN: WHO Bulletin, 2017;95:227–232, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.173674

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11.     

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Programme to Address Equity, Social Determinants, Gender and Human Rights in Nepal. WHO,

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12.     

An estimate of hernia prevalence in Nepal from a countrywide community survey. IN: The Lancet, April 27, 2015, www.thelancet.com

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13.     

Assessing Fiscal Space for Health in Nepal

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14.     

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15.     

Behavior Chance Interventions for Safe Motherhoods for Safe Motherhod: Common Problems, Unique  Solutions

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16.     

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17.     

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18.     

Childhood Immunization and Access to Health Care: Evidence from Nepal. IN: Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health

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19.     

Chhaupadi Culture and Reproductive Health of Women in Nepal. IN: Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2015, Vol. 27(7) 785–795

 

20.     

Comparison of lipid profile parameters and oxidized low-density lipoprotein between normal and preeclamptic pregnancies in a tertiary care hospital in Nepal. IN: International Journal of Women’s Health 2016:8 627–631

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21.     

Disease Control Priorities: Mental, Neurological, and Substance Use Disorders

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22.     

Does Mass Deworming Affect Child Nutrition? Meta-Analysis, Cost-Effectiveness, and Statistical Power

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23.     

Duration of programme exposure is associated with improved outcomes in nutrition and health: the case for longer project cycles from intervention experience in rural Nepal. IN: Journal of Development Effectiveness, 2017, VOL. 9, NO. 1, 101–119; http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19439342.2016.1231706

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24.     

Effect of an improved biomass stove on acute lower respiratory infections in young children in rural Nepal. IN: The Lancet, April 8, 2016 www.thelancet.com/lancetgh

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25.     

Endline Report on Health Education/Orientation through Interpersonal Communication and Social Mobilization for Promoting Key Health Behaviors of Earthquake affected districts

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26.     

Essential Package of Health Services Country Snapshot: Nepal.

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27.     

Factors associated with childhood ocular morbidity and blindness in three ecological regions of Nepal: Nepal pediatric ocular disease study

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28.     

Factors associated with infant mortality in Nepal: a comparative analysis of Nepal demographic and health surveys (NDHS) 2006 and 2011. IN: Journal of BMC Public Health (2017) 17:53

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29.     

Factors associated with low birth weight in Nepal using multiple imputation. IN: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (2017) 17:67

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30.     

Financial Assessment of Maternity Incentives Scheme

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31.     

Global diffusion of eHealth: making universal health coverage achievable. Report of the third global survey on eHealth

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32.     

Global Health Sector Strategy On Sexually Transmitted Infections 2016–2021

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33.     

Global Tuberculosis Report  2016

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34.     

Health in the Sustainable Development Goals

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35.     

Health Logistics in Nepal Two Decades of Investments in Public Health Supply Chain Management: How Access to Supplies Improved Health Outcomes in Nepal

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36.     

Health Sector Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Strategy

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37.     

Household Energy, Indoor Air Pollution and Health Impacts Status Report for Nepal

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38.     

Hunger strike and health system reformation in Nepal. IN: The Lancet, Vol 388 October 22, 2016,www.thelancet.com  

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39.     

Impact Evaluation of Approaches to Strengthen Health Facility Operation and Management Committees in Nepal - Baseline Report, USAID

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40.     

Impacts of Universal Health Coverage: Financing, Income Inequality, and Social Welfare

2016

41.     

Importance of Health and Social Care Research into Gender and Sexual Minority Populations in Nepal. IN: Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2015, Vol. 27(8) 806–808

 

42.     

Increased immunization coverage addresses the equity gap in Nepal. IN: WHO Health  Bulletin, Volume 95, Number 4, April 2017

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43.     

Integrating collaborative TB and HIV services within a comprehensive package of care for people who inject drugs

2016

44.     

Is the Job Satisfaction Survey a good tool to measure job satisfaction amongst health workers in Nepal? Results of a validation analysis. IN: BMC Health Services Research (2016) 16:308

2016

45.     

Kidney Trafficking in Nepal - A Study of Selected VDCs in Kavrepalanchowk District

2015

46.     

Knowledge on legislation of abortion and experience of abortion among female youth in Nepal: A cross sectional study. IN: Journal of Reproductive Health (2016) 13:48

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47.     

Low-birth-weight babies among hospital deliveries in Nepal: a hospital-based study. IN:  International Journal of Women’s Health 2015:7 581–585

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48.     

Low knowledge and perceived Hepatitis C risk despite high risk behaviour among injection drug users in Kathmandu, Nepal. IN: International Journal of Drug Policy xxx (2016) xxx–xxx; www.elsevier.com/locate/drugpo   

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49.     

Making every baby count: audit and review of stillbirths and neonatal deaths. WHO

2016

50.     

Mapping the Knowledge and Understanding of Menarche, Menstrual Hygiene and Menstrual Health Among Adolescent Girls in Low- and Middle -Income Countries. Journal on Reproductive Health, (2017) 14:30, DOI 10.1186/s12978-017-0293-6

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51.     

Maternal mental health in primary care in five low- and middle-income countries: a situational analysis. IN: BMC Health Services Research (2016) 16:53

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52.     

Measuring the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in 188 countries: a baseline analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. IN: Lancet 2016; 388: 1813–50

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53.     

Measuring Progress Towards Universal Health Coverage With An Application to 24 Developing Countries. The World Bank

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54.     

Methods and Data Sources for Child Causes of Death_2000_2013, WHO

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55.     

Midterm Evaluation of the Health for Life Core Activity, Final Report

2016

56.     

Mobility and Pathways to the Middle Class in Nepal

2016

57.     

Mobilizing Married Youth in Nepal to Improve Reproductive Health: The Reproductive Health for Married Adolescent Couples Project, Nepal, 2005–2007

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58.     

Moderate-to-severe anaemia among children aged 6–59 months in Nepal: An analysis from Nepal Demographic and Health Survey, 2011. IN: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health (2016) 57 -6258

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59.     

Monitoring and Evaluating Digital Health Interventions: A practical guide to conducting research and assessment

2016

60.     

Monitoring and Evaluation of Maternal and Newborn Health and Services at the District Level

2016

61.     

Monitoring, evaluation and review of national health strategies - A countryled platform for information and accountability

2011

62.     

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63.     

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65.     

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66.     

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67.     

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68.     

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69.     

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2007

70.     

Nepal Health Sector Strategy, 2015 – 2020

2015

71.     

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72.     

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73.     

Nepal Health Sector Management Project

2016

74.     

Nepal - Health Sector Management Reform Program 2016

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75.     

Newborn Health interventions and challenges for implementation in Nepal. IN: Journal on Frontiers in Public Health | www.frontiersin.org, February 2016 | Volume 4 | Article 15

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76.     

Occupational Health and Safety Assessment of Child Workers in the Brick Industry, Nepal

2014

77.     

Oxygen therapy for children

2016

78.     

Peer-led active tuberculosis case-finding among people living with HIV: lessons from Nepal. IN: Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2017;95:135-139. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.179119

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79.     

Pharmacy workforce to prevent and manage non-communicable diseases in developing nations: The case of Nepal. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 12 (2016) 655–659;

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80.     

Pharmacy workers in Nepal can provide the correct information about using mifepristone and misoprostol to women seeking medication to induce abortion. IN: Reproductive Health Matters; www.rhm-elsevier.com

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81.     

Postabortion Contraceptive Services In Nepal Leave Room for Improvement. IN: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Volume 40, Number 3, September 2014

2014

82.     

Postnatal and neonatal care after home birth: A community-based study in Nepal. IN: Women and Birth 29 (2016) e39–e43; www.elsevier.com/locate/wombI  

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83.     

Pregnant Women’s Groups - An Integrated Approach to Reduce Maternal and Neonatal Deaths in Nepal

2014

84.     

Prevalence of dengue and diversity of cultivable bacteria in vector Aedes aegypti (L.) from two dengue endemic districts, Kanchanpur and Parsa of Nepal. IN: Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition (2017) 36:5

2017

85.     

Prevalence of overweight, obesity and its associated risk factors among school children aged 6- 16 years of Biratnagar. IN: Journal of Nobel Medical College, Volume 5, Number 2, Issue 9, Aug.-Dec. 2016, 22-25

2016

86.     

Proactive community case-finding to facilitate treatment seeking for mental disorders, Nepal. IN: WHO Bulletin;  2017;95:531–536| doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.189282

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87.     

Progress of Polio Eradication In Nepal. CHD

2015

88.     

Qualitative Situation Analysis Report : IODIZED (2CL) Salt Social Marketing Campaign in Low Coverage Mountain Districts of Nepal

2015

89.     

Reaching Disadvantaged Groups through Peer to Improve Health and Nutrition Behaviors in Four Districts in Nepal

 

90.     

Reaching Nepal’s mothers in time - Women’s chances of survival during pregnancy and childbirth have greatly improved in Nepal. IN: WHO Bulletin, 2016;94:318–319, http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.030516

2016

91.     

Reaching the every newborn national 2020 milestones: country progress, plans and moving forward

2017

92.     

Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health

2016

93.     

Risk factors and dynamics of household transmission of respiratory syncytial virus and other respiratory viruses in rural Nepal. IN: The Lancet, April 8, 2016; www.thelancet.com/lancetgh

2016

94.     

The Role of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Mental Health. IN: Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences Research; Vol 3, No 2, Apr-Jun 2016

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95.     

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96.     

Saving and Improving Lives through Increased Access to Contraceptives, Impact Brief : Nepal Update 2014

2014

97.     

Saving Lives at Birth Program Evaluation – Final Evaluation

2015

98.     

Smoking prevalence and attributable disease burden in 195 countries and territories, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. IN: www.thelancet.com  Vol. 389 May 13, 2017

2017

99.     

Social Management Plan - Nepal Health Sector Management Project

2016

100.             

Standards and benchmarks for tuberculosis surveillance and vital registration systems, WHO

2014

101. 

Standards For Improving Quality Of Maternal And Newborn Care In Health Facilities

2016

102.             

State of Inequality - Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health. WHO, 2015

2015

103. 

Strengthening health systems for universal health coverage and sustainable development.IN: WHO Bulletin, 2017;95:537–539, http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.187476

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104. 

Strengthening Nepal’s Female Community Health Volunteer network: a qualitative study of experiences at two years. In: BMC Health Services Research 2014, 14:473; http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/14/473

2014

105. 

Systemic lupus erythematosus in Nepal. IN: Journal of Lupus (2016) 0, 1–8, http://lup.sagepub.com

2016

106. 

Surgical need in an ageing population: a cluster-based household survey in Nepal. IN: www.thelancet.com  April 27, 2015

2015

107. 

Technical Guidance for Prioritizing Adolescent Health

2017

108. 

The Determinants of Fertility among Women of Reproductive Age in Nepal. IN: Journal of Development and Administrative Studies (JODAS), Vol. 23, No. 1-2

 

109. 

The effect of diarrheal disease on bivalent oral polio vaccine (bOPV)immune response in infants in Nepal. IN: Vaccine 34 (2016) 2519–2526; www.elsevier.com/locate/vaccine

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The Essential Package of Health Services and Health Benefit Plans in Nepal,

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111. 

The Long-Term Public Health Benefits of Breastfeeding. IN: Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2016, Vol. 28(1) 7–14

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114. 

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118. 

Twenty-Five Year Review Of Assistance To Nepal’s Health Sector

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119. 

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120. 

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121. 

Verbal autopsy standards, WHO

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122.             

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2017