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In an effort to reduce early child marriage by keeping girls in school, a CCP-led initiative provided remedial classes for Nepali students struggling due to COVID-related lockdown. In just four months, test scores increased by an average of 30 percentage points.
When the Nepalese government gave decision-making authority to local governments, USAID asked CCP to help strengthen the new system as it was being created.
When it comes to nutrition in Nepal, the recently ended Suaahara project shows the power and impact that a campaign modeling a supportive mother-in-law can have on nutrition and health. Suaahara is a five-year USAID-funded project aimed at improving the nutrition of women and children
From Susan Krenn, Executive Director of CCP: On behalf of the CCP staff, I want to express our profound sorrow for the tragedy suffered by our colleagues and the people of Nepal. Our thoughts are with you as you begin the process of recovery and
Rimikka Khadka, Tulasha Shrestha and Bhola Hamal all agree on one thing: they are ardent fans of the Bhanchhin Aama radio program. “[After] hearing this radio program I went for regular checkups and also took my iron tablets regularly,” said Rimikka Khadka of Sindhupalchok, Duskun-2. For Tulasha
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