Pamphlets & Miscellaneous Resources

All pamphlets and resources are in Nepali language.

Diabetes Diet Sheet

10 NRS

4 page leaflet giving dietary guidelines for those with diabetes in a format easily understood by the public without the need for health staff to explain

Diet sheet for hypertension and healthy heart

10 NRS

4 page leaflet giving advice on lifestyle measures to control blood pressure, including weight
control, reducing fat intake, a low salt diet, and exercise

What to eat when you are sick?

10 NRS

 4 page leaflet giving advice to patients and their families on how maintain good nutrition intake during illness and lack of appetite.

Good nutrition for kidney disease

15 NRS

6 page leaflet giving detailed dietary guidelines for those suffering from chronic kidney disease stage 3 and above, conservative management or dialysis

Nutrition Handbook

25 NRS

Nutrition Information Flipchart*

200 Nrs

Nutritious Recipes

75 NRS

A colour booklet with 36 recipes for tasty and nutritious foods and snacks you can prepare at home

Food-based Approach Community level flipchart

250 NRS

— Protein Energy Malnutrition:
Small handbook describing signs, symptoms and treatment of various types of malnutrition.
— 35 Nrs

Nutrition for Pregnant Women*:
Colour pamphlet
— 25 Nrs

Good Nutrition for School Children…
For a Bright Future*:
Pamphlet aimed at school children’s needs
— 15 Nrs

The Importance of Good Nutrition
for Adolescent Girls*:
Small handbook on the nutrition needs of this important group.
— 35 Nrs

 

Mid-upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) Tape:  

3-coloured (green, yellow, red) tape for measuring a child’s MUAC, giving a simple and immediate assessment of their nutritional status.
— 50 Nrs

Laminated Photos:
A large variety of photos, in both black&white
and colour, for use in nutrition trainings and demonstrations. 7”x 9“ or  8”x 12”, depending
on photo.
— 150 Nrs

* Produced by NPCS in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Nepal Government

For more information on, or to order any of these resources, please contact the NPCS office.