NTD & Vector Borne Disease Control Section

 

  • Support to prepare national laws, policies, strategies and guidelines for prevention, control, elimination and management of vector borne diseases including Malaria, Dengue, scrub typhus, chickengunia etc.
  • Coordinate and cooperate for the development of technical human resources for diagnosis, treatment and management of vector borne related diseases.
  • Provide Support and coordinate with provincial and local level for prevention, control and management of vector borne diseases.
  • Provide Support for preparation and implementing in federal level annual work plan for treatment of vector borne diseases.
  • Provide support and coordination in study and research activities related to vector borne diseases.
  • Facilitate to supply and management of necessary equipment for prevention, control, elimination and management of vector borne diseases.
  • Coordinate in information management activities related to vector borne diseases.
  • Provide Support at national level for monitoring and evaluation, surveys, surveillance and research related activities related to NTDs and vector borne diseases.

News & Update

Jan 1

COVID 19 Situation Updates

COVID 19 Situation Update (29 May 2020) COVID 19 Situation Update (28 May 2020)

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Jan 1

Links for COVID-19 news & information

SOP on COVID-19 Key actions to be taken for nCoV infection Algorithm for COVID-19 nCoV Interim guidance Interim Reporting form for suspected case of COVID-19 Contact Tracing Form Reduce your risk of Coronavirus Infection_IEC Material Infographic_Actions to do at place of residence/home for asymptomatic travelers Flyers on COVID-19 (Nepali/English) Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) technical guidance Presentation on COVID-19 Notice on Sample Collection for COVID-19 Pocket Book of Clinical Management of COVID-19 in Healthcare Setting Updated Testing Guideline for COVID-19

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Links for COVID-19 news & information

Jan 1

Dengue, Kala-azar and Malaria Trend

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Dengue, Kala-azar and Malaria Trend