Gender Justice & Health and Education Rights

Tipping Point Nepal: Phase 1 Evaluation Findings

CARE’s Tipping Point project addressed child marriage through a dynamic process of innovation, insight, and influence in two districts of Nepal in partnership with Siddhartha Samudayik Samaj (SSS) and Dalit Social Development Centre (DSDC). In its first phase, the project promoted girls’ rights and choices regarding marriage in 16 communities using complementary approaches with collectives of girls, boys, and parents, who regularly participated in meetings, and advocacy events to raise public awareness and promote gender-equitable social norms.

Tipping Point (Phase 1): Executive Summary and External Evaluation

Phase 1 of CARE’s Tipping Point Project addressed child marriage through a dynamic process of innovation, insight, and influence in two districts of Nepal in partnership with Siddhartha Samudayik Samaj (SSS) and Dalit Social Development Centre (DSDC). Download the pdf to find more about Tipping Point’s external evaluation.

Tipping Point: Policy and Recommendations

The evaluation shows some positive examples of how building relationships between the project and local governments has helped to garner resources for girls and to work with structures such as the Village Child Protection Committees (VCPCs) to promote girls’ rights, which contributes to achieving national goals such as ending child marriage by 2030. A systematized approach to resource allocation to ensure girls’ rights are fulfilled would include gender responsive planning and budgeting at municipal level.

Tipping Point: Program Recommendations

Hold joint dialogue sessions with girls’, boys’, and parents’ groups together so that all can benefit from shared discussions and learnings and can develop mutual respect and understanding. Separate sessions that are gender and age-specific are still important and effective moments for facilitating learning and conversation among peers in safe spaces, but joint dialogue sessions can allow for shared learning and discussions between groups.

Health related orientation and planning at local level: Reference Document

The document is prepared by the National Health Training Center (NHTC), a government agency responsible for overseeing all health training activities at the all levels, with the technical assistance of CARE Nepal. The document was drafted following consultation with local government representatives and referring to all the relevant administrative, technical and procurement related document of Government of Nepal. The documents aims to facilitate the local government in health program planning.

Organized vegetable farming in kitchen garden

Cultivating seasonal and non-seasonal vegetable in accordance to the nature of the soil to provide sufficient foods and nutrition to the whole family is possible through organized vegetable farming in kitchen gardens. Download to read more about this.

Local and indigenous crops

In mountainous and hilly places such as Bajura and Mugu, nutrition from local and indigenous crops are highly important. These ingenious vegetation are rich in protein, carbohydrate, minerals, and other vitamins. Download the document to find more about these crops and their reason behind the slow extinction.

Community Health Score Board (CHSB)

A tool which quantifies prominent health issues in a community setting based on a set of indicators, which are scored triangulating the health facility service utilization and opinion and feedback of service seekers and management committee alike.

Community Health Score Board (CHSB)

A TOOL which quantifies prominent health issues in a community setting based on a set of indicators, which are scored triangulating the health facility service utilization and opinion and feedback of service seekers and management committee alike.

Self-Applied Technique for Quality Health

A social sampling tool that enables health mothers groups (HMG) to map the population out of reach with the maternal health services; identify and assess community health challenges, focusing on maternal and child health; seek resources as preparedness to minimize the potential risk for maternal and neonatal health; and advocate for access and quality improvement for the available services has been used in more than 2,358 mothers’ groups in 44 districts of Nepal.

Rapid Gender Analysis on COVID 19 Nepal, 2020

Since the onset of the global Coronavirus Pandemic, the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizens (MoWCSC) identified the need to highlight the gender and intersectional impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. A Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA) was conducted to understand the gender differential impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable and excluded groups. The RGA was also conducted to comprehend how existing gender and social inequalities have been exacerbated by the pandemic in the community and in quarantine situations in Nepal. Download to read more.

Community Score Board Digitization

The Community Score Card (CSC) is a two-way and ongoing participatory tool for feedback, accountable management, planning, monitoring and sharing responsibilities to improve public service quality. The reality of social distancing context and other restriction imposed due to COVID-19 pandemic urged CARE Nepal to find alternative ways of digital solution so that all associated CSC processes can be carried out and supported through remote working modality, without leaving any gaps in CARE’s efforts to ensure governance and accountability system.

 

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