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Nepal – Developing an Investment Case for Financing Equitable Progress towards MDG 4 and 5 in the Asia Region

University of Queensland, 2011

This study on Maternal and Child Health (MNCH) Investment Cases in India, Nepal, Indonesia, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, Asia was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and AusAID. The study has been undertaken by a consortium of the newly established AusAID Knowledge Hubs in close collaboration with UNICEF and New ERA. The study was to determine the current burden of MNCH mortality, identified the “bestbuy range of interventions”, and reviews equitable progress towards MDGs 4 and 5, and documented allocation of financial resources to MNCH. Furthermore, this study also described the health system constraints and bottlenecks hampering the scaling-up of the “best-buy range of interventions” and estimated alternative scenarios of additional funding. The study produces Data Mapping report and Equity Report.

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