Topic: Nepal

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September 14, 2010

Welcome to our new blog

Ministerial Leadership Initiative for Global Health

Welcome to our new blog, Leading Global Health.  This week, we are featuring a series of stories rarely told, yet critical to the developing world: the growing importance of leaders in Ministries of Health.  

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September 16, 2010

Family Planning in Nepal: ‘One is Just Fine'

KATHMANDU, Nepal - Nepal's health trends make many other countries envious. As seen in the Global Health Magazine's blog.

In Nepal
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September 20, 2010

From Nepal: `We build step by step’

   Dr. Sudha Sharma


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September 27, 2010

Nepal has lessons to teach on TB

As seen in The Guardian on September 27, 2010.

In Nepal
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September 29, 2010

MLI’s training on negotiations pays off for Nepal

    Dr. Baburam Marsini

KATHMANDU – For Gabriele Mallapaty, the idea sounded intriguing: A friend had suggested that the Ministerial Leadership Initiative for Global Health should offer a training session to the Ministry of Health and Population on how to become better negotiators.

In Nepal
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November 01, 2010

Photo blog: Promoting Family Planning in Nepal

Dominic Chavez is a Boston-based freelance photojournalist, who formerly worked at The Boston Globe, specializing in global health issues.

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November 14, 2010

Facing the Challenges of Building Capacity in Nepal

  Gabriele Mallapaty, MLI Country Lead, Nepal


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November 30, 2010

MLI live-blog from Addis Ababa

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December 01, 2010

Want to bargain? The Nepalis can help

The art of being a good negotiator is something many crave. For those in Health Ministries, good negotiators can earn better terms in health projects as well as millions of dollars beyond the initial offer, translating into better health care treatment for the population and lives saved.

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December 02, 2010

Motivators: Nepal's Khadka Bahadur Basyal Sarki

From MLI's Learning Collaborative Forum in Ethiopia, this is the first in a series of interviews with leaders in the MLI countries about what has motivated them in their work. Khadka Bahadur Basyal Sarki is Nepal’s State Minister in the Ministry of Health and Population.

 Q: What is your background?