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Annual report of Department of Health Services 2075/76 (2018/19)

The annual report of the Department of Health Services (DoHS) for fiscal year 2075/76 (2018/19) is the twenty-fifth consecutive report of its kind.

This report focuses on the objectives, targets and strategies adopted by Nepal’s health programmes and analyses their major achievements and highlights trends in service coverage over three fiscal years. This report also identifies issues, problems and constraints and suggests actions to be taken by health institutions for further improvements.

Read more: Annual report of Department of Health Services 2075/76 (2018/19)

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Annual report of Department of Health Services 2074/75 (2017/2018)

The annual report of the Department of Health Services (DoHS) for fiscal year 2074/75 (2017/18) is the twenty-fourth consecutive report of its kind.

This report focuses on the objectives, targets and strategies adopted by Nepal’s health programmes and analyses their major achievements and highlights trends in service coverage over three fiscal years. This report also identifies issues, problems and constraints and suggests actions to be taken by health institutions for further improvements.

Read more: Annual report of Department of Health Services 2074/75 (2017/2018)

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New WHO guidance on non-clinical interventions specifically designed to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections

A caesarean section is a surgical procedure that, when undertaken for medical reasons, can save the life of a woman and her baby. Many caesarean sections are undertaken unnecessarily however, which can put the lives and well-being of women and their babies at risk – both in the short and the long-term.

Read more: New WHO guidance on non-clinical interventions specifically designed to reduce unnecessary...

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