Nepal Health Society (NHS) will conduct various programs for the rights of children, youth and adults in the area of Drug and substance Abuse, HIV/AIDS, STIs, Sex Education, Reproductive Rights, Suicide Prevention, Human rights, Population and Environment and some other programs are as follows:
1. Drug and substance abuse prevention program
2. HIV and AIDS prevention and care support program
3. Sexual transmitted infection prevention program
4. Reproductive health program
5. Hepatitis prevention program
6. Tuberculosis prevention program
7. Malaria prevention program
8. Suicide prevention and research program
9. Prison health promotion program
10. Sports health promotion program
11. Family health care program
12. Nutrition program
13. Hygiene and sanitation program
14. Drinking water program
15. School health promotion program
16. Tourism health promotion program
17. Abroad migration pre-departure health promotion program
18. Abroad student pre-departure health promotion program
19. Mobile health program
20. Morning walk for your health promotion program
21. International health visitor program
22. Women and child development program
23. Youth Program initiative
24. Senior citizen program initiative
25. NGO facilitation

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Interaction Program on Sexual Health on the occasion of International Condom Day 2016

 Each year, the International Condom Day is commemorated on February 13. In observance of International Condom Day seeks to promote the use of condoms as a means of preventing unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STI's).  It is an informal observance celebrated in conjunction with Valentine's Day.  

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Narrative report of world suicide prevention day 2015

  Background of Issue
According to the recently released World Health Organization (WHO) report: Preventing Suicide: A Global Imperative, over 800,000 people die by suicide across the world each year. The report notes that this estimate is conservative, with the real figure likely to be higher because of the stigma associated with suicide, lack of reliable death recording procedures,

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