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Nepal Disaster Management Reference Handbook

Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance, (2012)

It is intended to provide basic country information, disaster management plans and structures , and key information about domestic disaster response entities and indigenous and int ernational humanitarian actors present in the country

Nepal: Urban Housing Sector Profile

Steekelenburg, E. V. et al., Eds.: UN-Habitat, (2010)

Based on research by a team of Nepalese and international experts, this report carries an analysis of the five key elements in the sector - land, basic services, housing finance, building materials and construction technologies, and labour. It gives an assessment of how these components are governed by policy, institutional and legal frameworks, and how they are linked with one another and other urban policies.

Country Profile Nepal. Disaster Management Institution and System in Nepal

Koirala, Pradip Kumar, Eds.: Asian Disaster Reduction Centre (ADRC), (2014)

The report provides an overview of the disaster risk reduction and management in Nepal, a country under threat of multiple natural hazards: earthquakes, floods, landslides, fires, storms, the epidemics, and others. It presents background information on the country, its disaster profile, its legal and institutional framework, the country's achievements in regards to the Hyogo Framework for Action, and looks at the challenges and future steps in the area of disaster management in Nepal.

Further analysis of 2011 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey on Tobacco Data

Khadka, B.B., Karki, Y.B. , Eds.: National Health Education, Info rmation and Communication Centre/ MoHP and The Population, Health and Development (PHD) Group. , (2013)

Public Opinion Poll and Compliance Survey on Tobacco Control Legislation in Nepal

Khadka, B.B., Shakya, N., Eds.: National Health Education, Information and Communi cation Centre (NHEICC) , (2012)

Nepal National Estimates of HIV infections

Government of Nepal, Ministry of Health and Population, (2012)

National estimates have been developed every two years since 2003, led by the NCASC with close collaboration from a range of technical experts, partners and epidemiologists from the UNAIDS, WHO and FHI. This contains information about estimations of adult HIV prevalence.

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