Nepal Health Sector Programme III: DFID’s Initiative to Support Health Sector in Nepal

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Deadline: 29 April 2016

Department for International Development (DFID), with an intention to implement a new programme of support to Nepal Government, is currently seeking applications for its program titled- Nepal Health Sector Programme (NHSP) III.

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The new programme will be an integral part of the third sector wide approach (SWAp) in the health sector in Nepal and is likely to form a combination of financial aid and technical assistance. The main purpose of the technical assistance will be to improve the efficiency of the entire Government of Nepal’s health sector programme. It will need to align to the new five year health sector plan (Nepal Health Sector Programme– 3) and work alongside Government and other donor partners. The technical assistance will need to focus on the critical areas that are constraining the delivery of both equitable and quality health services and the efficiency of the health service delivery system.

How to Apply

Interested applicants are required to register themselves to DFID Supplier Portal.

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For more information, please visit NHSP III.


  1. Avatar Rajendra Adhikari says

    We Rural Area Development Programme (RADP) also interested to join the funding programme, so please could you provide detail information regarding to the process?

    • Avatar Deepika Singh says

      Hi Rajendra,

      Please review the eligibility criteria carefully and proceed with application by visiting the link provided in the last line at the end of the post.

      We wish you good luck!