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|Nepal Adolescents and Youth Survey 2010/11
|Ministry of Health and Population
|The 2010/11 Nepal Adolescents and Youth Survey (NAYS), the first of its kind in Nepal, is a nationally representative household survey to have a comprehensive understanding of the situation of adolescents and youth (A&Y) in Nepal. The main purpose of the survey was to generate adolescents and youth specific data that would be useful for formulating policies, plans and programme interventions related to various dimensions of adolescents and youth ages 10-24 years in Nepal. The study was initiated in early 2010 and the data collection was carried out between September and December, 2010. The survey was conducted by the Population Division/Ministry of Health and Population. A national research institution, namely Rural and Alternative Energy Pvt. Ltd., implemented the survey. The NAYS is a cross-sectional household sample survey involving young people of ages 10-24 years in Nepal. The overall sample was designed to provide estimates for the country as a whole as well as urban- rural residence, five development regions, three ecological zones and Kathmandu valley and three five year age groups of A&Y (10-14, 15-19 & 20-24). A total of 8,974 households were surveyed from 300 sample wards, which yielded completed interview with a total of 14,754 A&Y.
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