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 on different broader technical areas to improve performance in providing quality services in the areas of child health, family planning, and maternal, neonatal health, education (life skills) and agriculture. Training can be a suitable approach to quickly upgrade knowledge and skills, but in reality, to have a lasting impact, deployment of an integrated process that identifies the most appropriate solution for reducing specific performance gaps is very critical.
Lifeline Nepal offers services to:
- Facilitate with concerned stakeholders in designing, and developing program guidelines, standard protocols, training packages and standard capacity improvement monitoring tools
- Implementation of training packages and standard capacity monitoring tools