Journal Article

AbstractBackground Lymphatic filariasis (LF) is a debilitating and painful neglected tropical disease and is one of the leading causes of permanent disability. In many ...

Although there has been a significant focus on improving maternal and newborn health and expanding services in Nepal, the expected positive impact on the health of ...

Objective To assess the readiness of public and private health facilities (HFs) in delivering services related to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Nepal. ...

BackgroundAnemia is estimated to cause 115,000 maternal deaths each year. In Nepal, 46% of pregnant women have anemia. As part of an integrated anemia-prevention ...

Nepal is now a Federal Democratic Republic state after the promulgation of the Constitution of Nepal in 2015.1 The country has three tires of government – one ...

This study explores the perceived roles of children in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in two sites across Nepal. AMR is a global challenge and underpinned by many ...

The COVID-19 pandemic affected access to antenatal care in low and middle-income countries where anaemia in pregnancy is prevalent. We analyse how health workers ...

Abstract Introduction: Information on child development is limited in Nepal, where a large number of children suffer from the negative consequences of poverty, ...

Many countries, and particularly those including fragile contexts, have a shortage of formal health workers and are increasingly looking to close-to-community (CTC) ...

The aim of the study is to investigate the relationships between social determinants and disability status and access and use of sexual and reproductive health services ...