COMPONENT I: ADVANCING EQUALITY THROUGH EQUITY
OUTCOME 1: Vulnerable and disadvantaged groups get improved access to basic essential social services and programmes in an equitable manner.
OUTPUT 1.2: Health policies, strategies and programmes of the Government of Nepal increasingly address social inclusion, equity, and social and financial risk protection.
1.2.2 Revised national health policy addresses maternal, neonatal, child and adolescent health, and nutrition coverage gaps of vulnerable groups. Baseline: no Target: yes
OUTPUT 1.4: Prevention and care-seeking behaviours of communities improved, based on informed choices.
1.4.4 Among children under five, % with diarrhoea treated with ORS and zinc in two weeks preceding the survey. Baseline: 6.2% (2011). Target: 40%
OUTPUT 1.5: Government (National Planning Commission, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Ministry of Local Development and Ministry of Health and Population) has strengthened information management system to monitor food security and nutrition situation, which enables better informed policy-making and interventions.
1.5.1 National Food and Nutrition Security Plan (NFNSP) along with its Plan of Action endorsed and adopted. Baseline: no Target: yes
1.5.2 National Capacity Index for hunger solutions . Baseline: tbd by June 2013. Target: above 15
1.5.3 Number of districts with Nutrition Information System in place which (a) includes core integrated nutrition indicators for tracking progress on MSNP; (b) is fully operational; (c) has mechanisms for reporting; (d)produces quarterly nutrition bulletins; (e) leads to corrective actions being taken, based on discussions of bulletins. Baseline: 0 (MSNP not rolled out) Target: 10
OUTPUT 1.6: Adolescent girls, mothers, infants and young children, and vulnerable groups have increased access and utilization of essential micronutrients.
1.6.1 % of girls and boys fully given vitamin A supplements in the 6 months preceding the survey
(a) aged 6– 59 months. Baseline: 90% (2011). Target: 100%.
(b) aged 6–11 months . Baseline: 77.8% (2011). Target: 90%
1.6.2 % of girls aged 10–15 years accessing iron–folic acid and de-worming tablets. Baseline: tbd by Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (2014) Target: 80%
1.6.3 % increase in production of fortified foods, including complementary foods and special nutritional products . Baseline: tbd by June 2013. Target: tbd
1.6.4 # of districts covered by National Micronutrient Programme . Baseline: 23. Target: 36
OUTPUT 1.7: Families, especially in the vulnerable groups, practice optimal maternal, infant and young child feeding and care practices, and manage acute malnutrition.
1.7.1 % of children (girls and boys) practicing recommended infant and young child feeding practices
(a) exclusively breastfed up to six months of age . Baseline: 70% (2011). Target: 85%
(b) infants 6–8 months of age who receive solid, semi-solid or soft foods. Baseline: 65% (2011). Target: 85%
(c) children aged 6–23 months who receive food from four or more food groups. Baseline: 24% (2011). Target: 50%
1.7.2 % of children aged 6–59 months having accessed effective management and treatment services for
(a) severe acute malnutrition (SAM). Baseline: 7% (2011) nationwide (85% in CMAM districts) Target: 40% nationwide (85% in CMAM districts)
(b) moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) . Baseline: tbd by June 2013. Target: 100%
1.7.3 % of pregnant and lactating women having taken
(a) iron–folic acid tablets for at least 6 months . Baseline:38% (2011). Target: 70%
(b) de-worming medication after first trimester of pregnancy . Baseline: 55.1% (2011). Target: 70%
1.7.4 % of targeted beneficiaries suffering from iron deficiency anaemia
(a) pregnant women . Baseline: 47.6% (2011) Target: less than 40%
(b) children aged 6–23 months . Baseline: 68.9% (2011) Target: less than 40%
COMPONENT II: PROTECTING DEVELOPMENT GAINS
OUTCOME 7: People living in areas vulnerable to climate change and disasters benefit from improved risk management and are more resilient to hazard-related shocks.
7.1 # of people in 14 food-insecure districts with newly established strategic food reserves including selective feedings during disasters
(a) general food . Baseline: n/a Target: 400,000
(b) selective feeding . Baseline: n/a. Target: global acute malnutrition – 25,000 severe acute malnutrition – 7,500
OUTPUT 7.1: Government officials at all levels have the capacity to lead and implement systems and policies to effectively manage risks and adapt to climate change.
7.1.2 Four sectoral disaster risk reduction guidelines (WASH, Education, Nutrition and Child Protection and Health) are developed and are gender-sensitive. Baseline: No. Target: Yes