Welcome To Lifeline Nepal
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Working Areas

Build the nation through improving public health, education and agricultural programs among the most vulnerable.
Go to Maternal Health

Maternal Health

In Nepal, maternal mortality is 280/100,000 live births, with 34% occurring in the ante-partum period, 32.5 % in intra-partum period and 28% in postpartum period.

Go to Child Health

Child Health

The under-five mortality in Nepal has reduced markedly from 118 (NFHS 1996) to 54 (NDHS 2011) children per thousand live births.

Go to HR management

HR management

To provide quality services, it is important for service providers to have up-to-date knowledge and skills. The main aim of Lifeline Nepal is to enhance knowledge and skill .

Go to Nutrition

Nutrition

Nepal is notoriously food insecure mostly due to its topography. Malnutrition rate are high. 41% of children under five are stunted, 29 % are under weight and 11 % are wasted.

Go to Neonatal Health

Neonatal Health

The under-five mortality in Nepal has reduced markedly from 118 (NFHS 1996) to 54 (NDHS 2011) children per thousand live births, which comparatively is still high and the leading causes of which are pneumonia, diarrhea, measles, malaria and malnutrition.

Go to WASH

WASH

Poor water and sanitation significantly impact the health and livelihoods of Nepalese people. Each year, an estimated 10,500 Nepalese children below five years of age die from the effects of diarrhea disease.

Go to Health Logistics

Health Logistics

Logistics is mission critical component of any programs. Likewise, health programs is successful when the supply chain delivers a reliable, uninterrupted supply of essential commodities.

Go to Child Health

Child Health

The under-five mortality in Nepal has reduced markedly from 118 (NFHS 1996) to 54 (NDHS 2011) children per thousand live births.

What Guides Us

These core value guides everything we do and how we do it
Working hard for the under privelaged people

  • Active participation of project beneficiaries to ensure that programs are relevant and locally owned.

  • Partnership with communities, government and external development partners to research, assess, design, pilot and scale up innovative approaches.

  • Building links across health, education and agriculture sectors to more effectively address the underlying economic, social, and cultural factors that increase individual, family and community vulnerabilit.

  • Strengthening individual and institutional capacity to promote sustainability.

  • Advocacy for policy development; gender equity and social inclusion (GESI) and public private partnerships.
  • Our Board

    We are a team of higly dedicated and experienced people

    Janardan Lamichanne

    Chairman

    Udev Maharjan

    Vice-Chairman

    Baburam Maharjan

    Treasurer

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