About

 

Lifeline Nepal is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Nepal that provides high-quality technical and managerial assistance to programs especially in public health sector primarily focusing on remote, hard to reach, marginalized, and disadvantaged populations.  

Technical staffs have extensive working experiences with the public sector in general and Ministry of Health and Population, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives in particular. Most of the technical staff have been working for many years with USAID/Nepal supported programs, including The Integrated Rural Health/Family Planning Services (IRH/FPS) Project (1982–1990), Nepal Child Survival/Family Planning Services Project (1990-1997), The Nepal Logistics and Child Health Support Services Project (1997-2002), Nepal Family Health Program Project Phase I (NFHP; 2002-2007) and Nepal Family Health Program Project Phase II (NFHP-II; 2007- 2012). Most of these projects were implemented by JSI. 

Technical staff of Lifeline Nepal have international expertise in systems and policy, monitoring and evaluation, public health (maternal, neonatal and child health; family planning; health logistics; nutrition; WASH; malaria; tuberculosis), education (literacy for adolescent girls, improving school attendance, literacy and life skills with a focus on public health, nutrition, agriculture; small scale livestock development and inter-cropping), community-based agricultural development (increasing production, intercropping, small scale livestock development). Lifeline Nepal works collaboratively with the Government of Nepal, and local and international partners. 

 

- Our Mission -

To improve access to and utilization of quality health and educational services to meet the needs of remote vulnerable populations.

 

 

- Our Vision -

To help build the nation through improving public health, education and agricultural programs among the most vulnerable.

 

What we can do

 

Lifeline Nepal works strategically to further the relationship between the stakeholders involved in health, education and agriculture sector along with in-line ministries of Government of Nepal. Therefore it offers the following services:

  • Co-ordination with concerned stakeholders working in the field of neonatal, child health, safe motherhood, family planning, health logistics in developing and revising policy, program guidelines, standards protocols and training guidelines.
  • Supporting implementation and maintaining neonatal and child health programs focusing on community based integrated management of childhood illnesses (CB-IMCI) community based neonatal care program (CB-NCP) and nutrition programs to ensure all children have access to quality services even in the most remote areas of the country.
  • Implementation and maintaining safe motherhood program focusing Antenatal care, Instructional delivery and Postnatal care activities to ensure all pregnant and postpartum mothers to have access to quality services even in the most remote areas of the country. 
  • Working with concerned stakeholders towards total health commodity security by providing technical assistance in the area of planning, forecasting, quantification, procurement, storage, distribution and information system.
  • Support to strengthen the health logistics system to ensure uninterrupted availability of health commodities including HIV and AIDS.
  • Strengthening local-level governance of health facilities and services basing on Local Self Governance Act 1999 focusing on improving public-sector health facility governance and increasing use of health services by members of the community particularly by unservedand margina - lized section of the population.
  • Implementation and monitoring literacy and life skill program linking with public health, agriculture and micro finance.
  • Technical and managerial support in the area of production of grain, food safety and competitive market management and in achieving millennium development goal.
  • Research, pilot and scale up new intervention on child health, safer motherhood, Family Planning, health logistics literacy and life skills and micro finance.
  • Monitoring and evaluation, and survey.