Nepal Dissemination Workshop
Nepal Dissemination Workshop was held on Monday, 1 August 2016, in Hotel Annapurna, Kathmandu. The findings of the study were presented by the research team in front of 40 participants from the Government agencies, NGOs, Universities and other development organizations. More than 40 participants representing all key policy and implementing partners attended the workshop, namely; Government of Nepal, key implementers in maternal, neonatal and child health in Nepal such as Save the Children, Care-Nepal, professional associations such as MIDSON and academics and researchers from national and international universities and research organizations and independent researchers and individual consultants working in the health sector of Nepal. The workshop was divided into two sessions, (a) the first half of the day was devoted to sharing of research findings among the wider audience (b) the second half of the day was devoted to discuss policy implication of research findings and engagement with policy makers and practitioners. The presentations in the both sessions were followed by open discussion. This allowed for comments, questions and feedback from the participants but also provided an opportunity for the research team to interact with the wider stakeholders and respond to questions and queries of the participants.