Jan 12-13, 2012. Papers on researches done in different districts of Nepal have been presented in a workshop held in Janakpur. Professors from TU Institution of Medicine, BPKIHS, Clinicians and Public Health Experts from Government of Nepal presented and DHO/DPHO/ VCO were participated in the workshop. A finding indicated that Insecticide Residual Spraying (IRS) is still cost-effective in Nepal than Insecticide Treated Bed nets (LLIN).
November 28, 2009, Lalitpur. 11th Annual General Assembly of Nepal Public Health Association held at Jawalakhel Lalitpur. The assembly was inaugurated by Minister of State for Health and Population. Contemporary public Health issues were discussed in the meeting.
Ministry of Health and Population, District Public Health Office Morang has provided insecticide treated bed nets (LLIN) to fire victims of Bhutanese refugees living in Goldhap Jhapa Nepal.
All focal persons expressed disagree on the currently published ‘Programme Performance Evaluation (FY 2066/67)’ of MoHP. Today in a meeting held at DPHO Morang, supervisors said the evaluation process is unscientific and biased. HMIS focal person showed the pieces of evidence that they have sent all reports by e-mail in time except one month (1…
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