The Covid-19 pandemic and the vaccination drive have exacerbated an existing problem with Nepal’s healthcare sector – a lack of proper medical waste management
UNDP is working with its partners to combat the spread of the disease and to support the most affected countries where health systems are weakest and people are at their most vulnerable.
Check out how local governments & communities are working together to create livelihood opportunities for the people impacted by COVID-19 in Nepal
The Government of People’s Republic of China and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) handed over medical and waste-management related supplies to the Rapti Provincial Hospital, in Tulsipur, Dang amid a handover ceremony, on 22 September 2021.
Check out how UNDP along with the District Health office Kailai has been providing safe transportation service in Sudurpaschim Province to curb the spread of coronavirus.
This MPI Report 2021 is based on the Nepal Mul- tiple Indicator Cluster Survey Report (NMICS) 2019. The MPI covers a subset of priorities ar- ticulated in the current 15th Plan, Sustainable Development Goals: Status and Roadmap 2016- 2030 Report and Constitution of Nepal 2015.

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67.91%

Nepalese are literate

18.7 %

of Nepalese are living under poverty line

87.55%

of Nepalis have access to electricity

0.587

Human development Index

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