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Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Program Districts (Dhading and Sindhupalchok) - The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in li...
IOM, (2017)
Nepal Earthquake 2015: DTM Round 3 ( 20 July, 2015) 5 Number of sites assessed 715 Total number of displaced household 3,542 Total number of IDPs Highlights: 1. Distance from origion 2. Area of intended return 3. Main factors preventing return 4. Non-drinking water sources 5. IDPs living condi...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Response ( 17 September 2015) Highlights: 1. On 2 September, IOM demolished its 100th unsafe building since the beginning of its Early Recovery activities in May. As of 5 September, 103 buildings have been demolished and 10 sites have been cleared. 2. In the Kathmandu Valley, I...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake Response 2015 Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM)/Form: Return Intention Survey (RIS) Round 6 Highlights: 1. SURVEY DETAILS 2. INTERVIEWEE/HOUSEHOLD DETAILS 3. HOUSEHOLD AREA OF ORIGIN 4. HOUSEHOLD DISPLACEMENT 5. RETURN SPECIFIC 6. LIVELIHOOD #Earthquake #NepalEarthquake ...
IOM, (2016)
IOM Nepal Info Sheet – Updated August 2016 Nepal became an International Organization for Migration (IOM) member state in 2006. In 2007, the Government of Nepal (GoN) and the IOM signed a memorandum of understanding to encourage cooperation and the delivery of services to Nepal, which is a co...
IOM, (2016)
Technical Assistance to the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction to Ensure Effective Access of Conflict Affected Persons to Victims Assistance Processes in Nepal The decade long armed conflict in Nepal left a large number of conflict affected persons (CAPs with severe human security needs. As a response, the Government of Nepal (GoN) introduced the Interim Relief Program (IRP) consisting of both monetary and ...
IOM, (2015)
Displacement Tracking Matrix - R6 Nepal Earthquake 2015 (March 18, 2016) Highlights: 1. Site Management 2. households 3. site type: Open ground (park, playground, sports ground, other) 4. Land ownership: Public/Government 5. Site Classification: Spontaneous 6. Persons with special vulnerabilities #DTMRound6 #Eart...
IOM, (2016)
Displacement Tracking Matrix : Nepal Earthquake DTM Round 6 (18 March, 2016) Highlights: All the earthquake affected districts are represented in the form of map. Some of the districts are: 1. Bhaktapur 2. Dhading 3. Dolakha 4. Gorkha 5. Kathmandu 6. Kavrepalanchowk #Earthquake #DTMRound6...
IOM, (2016)
Displacement Tracking Matrix: Nepal Earthquake 2015 ( DTM Round 4: Published 15 September, 2015 ) This Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) report is produced by the International Organization for Migration in its role as Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster Lead Agency. The DTM monitors the status and location of displaced populati...
IOM, (2015)
Displacement Tracking Matrix: Nepal Earthquake 2015 ( DTM Round 5: Published 25 November 2015 ) This Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) report is produced by the International Organization for Migration in its role as Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster Lead Agency. The DTM monitors the status and location of displaced...
IOM, (2015)
Displacement Tracking Matrix: Nepal Earthquake 2015 (DTM Round 6 : Published 18 March, 2016) This Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) report is produced by the International Organization for Migration in its role as Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster Lead Agency. The DTM monitors the status and location of displaced populati...
IOM, (2016)
DTM Round 6 Nepal Earthquake 2015 Published on: 18 March 2016 IDPs district of origion: Bhaktapur, Dhading, Dolakha, Gorkha, Kathmandu, Kavrepalanchok, Lalitpur, Makwanpur, Nuwakot, Ramechhap, Rasuwa, and Sindhupalchok. Highlights: 1. 82 Number of active sites 2. 5,727 Total number of displaced household 3...
IOM, (2016)
Return Intention Survey: Nepal Earthquake 2015 (18 March, 2016) Highlights: Bhaktapur: 16 Number of sites assessed, 153 Total no. of household assessed Dhading: 10 Number of sites assessed, 134 Total no. of household assessed Dolakha: 2 Number of sites assessed,35 Total no. of household assessed Gorkha: 11 Nu...
IOM, (2016)
IOM Nepal Earthquake Response: 6 Months On On 25 April and 12 May 2015, devastating earthquakes measuring 7.8 and 7.3 Richter killed at least 8,790 people and destroyed 498,852 houses across Nepal. Together with local communities, humanitarian organizations and the Government of Nepal, the In...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response, Situation Report 5 May 2015 6,973 deaths and 13,384 injuries have been reported across the affected areas in Nepal. All actors must scale up operations to reach those most affected before the monsoon season. Attention is now increasingly focused on providing assistance in area...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake Response: DTM Nepal Report : Round 1 ( May 2015) Highlights: 1. Out of the 5783 IDPs and 53 sites covered by the DTM, 98% of sites are spontaneous settlements and 2% collective centres. There are no formal camps. 2. In Kathmandu, 6% of sites reported having some camp management arrangement; Lalit...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake Response: Rapid Intention Survey: Site 1& 2( Chautara Humanitarian Hub) ( May 2015) On the 12th May 2015, Nepal experienced another earthquake of 7.1 magnitude earthquake with epicentre very close to Sindhupalchok District. The Humanitarian Hub at Chautara saw an influx of IDPs immediately after the earthquake. IOM opened its compou...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake: IOM Response - Situation Report (7 August 2015) Results of the Return Intentions Survey show that 55% of people in displacement sites intend to return to their areas of origin immediately after the monsoon, while 24% do not know when they will return. 212 people, including 103 women, have particip...
IOM, (2015)
Press Release - Displacement Increases in Earthquake-Struck Nepal at Onset of Monsoon Season Nepal – IOM has warned of a worrying increase in post-earthquake displacement in Nepal as it releases the second round of results from its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). The level is set to rise still further as the monsoon season began this wee...
IOM, (2015)
Press Release - IOM Continues CGI Sheet Distribution in Landslide-Prone Community in Nepal Nepal – IOM’s distribution of Corrugated Galvanized Iron (CGI) sheets in Barhabise Village Development Committee (VDC), Sindhupalchowk District, continues despite temporary road closures in Jurey due to a recent landslide caused by the monsoon rain. ...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response Situation Report 22 May 2015 The Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) began on 20 May. The PNDA, led by the Government of Nepal in partnership with the humanitarian community, aims to assess the impact of the earthquake and define a post-earthquake recovery strategy. The Flash ...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake: IOM Emergency Response Situation Report, 12 May 2015 On 12 May, another earthquake of 7.3 magnitude struck Nepal at 12:50 local time. The epicentre was in the southeast of Kodari in Sindhupalchowk District, approximately 76 kilometers northeast of Kathmadu. The quake and subsequent aftershocks have cau...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response (July 2015) Highlights: 1. The Government of Nepal is planning for the temporary relocation of displaced people who are currently residing in zones at risk of landslides. As CCCM Cluster lead, IOM has been heavily involved in ensuring that proper precautions ar...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response - Situation Report (12 June 2015) Over a month after the powerful earthquake of 25 April and aftershock of 12 May, 2.8 million people remain in need of humanitarian assistance.2 There is a significant residual relief caseload across the 14 most affected districts, and for 864,000 peo...
IOM, (2015)
Revised IOM Appeal Nepal Earthquake (April-Sept 2015) The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on 25 April and the second one on 12 May have resulted in more than 8,763 deaths and over 100,000 injured. An estimated 8.1 million people have been affected across 39 of Nepal’s 75 districts. As of 6 Ju...
IOM, (2015)
International Organization for Migration, Nepal Mission Overview - January 2019 Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. With 172 member states, a further 8 states holding observer status...
IOM, (2019)
Technical Support to Government of Nepal to Implement Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act Nepal is one of the most disaster-prone countries in South Asia and frequently experiences geologic and climate change-induced hazards. Floods, droughts, earthquakes and landslides are some of the natural calamities that have resulted in the loss of ...
IOM, (2018)
Case Study of earthquake displaced people Supported by Early Recovery Program in Dhading District Suk Maya Tamang, a mother of three children is working as unskilled labor for debris removal activity of IOM-Early Recovery program in Dhading District. After the major earthquake on 25 April 2015, most of the people including Ms. Tamang living in Zh...
IOM, (2016)
Nepal Migration Profile 2019 This Migration Profile, which is a living document owned by the Government of Nepal, was prepared through the government-led, inter-Ministerial Technical Working Group (TWG), in consultation with a broad range of stakeholders and with technical suppo...
IOM, (2019)
IOM Nepal Earthquake Response in Focus: Delivering Food and Shelter Kits in Difficult Access Mountain Areas The International Organization for Migration is delivering much needed relief and recovery support to local populations in the districts of Kathmandu, Gorkha and Sindhupalchowk, following the series of earthquakes that struck Nepal in April and May 2...
IOM, (2015)
IOM Nepal Earthquake Response in Focus: IOM’s Shelter Approach in Areas Difficult to Access The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is a major player in providing humanitarian shelter. IOM continues to increase its role in the Global Shelter Cluster leading or co-leading approximately 1/3 of Shelter coordination mechanisms worldw...
IOM, (2015)
Managing Migration for the Benefit of All Nepal became an International Organization for Migration (IOM) member state in 2006. In 2007, the Government of Nepal (GoN) and the IOM signed a memorandum of understanding to encourage cooperation and the delivery of services to Nepal, which is a co...
IOM, (2016)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response: Situation Report (July 2, 2015) Highlights: 1. In addition to public buildings, IOM has begun to support debris management and demolition for unsafe or damaged, privately owned buildings in Chautara. 2. IOM’s DTM teams are rolling out a household level Return Intentions Survey, a...
IOM, (2015)
IOM Nepal Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction Programme: Looking Ahead Nine months have passed since the devastating earthquakes hit Nepal on 15 April and 12 May 2015, killing at least 8,790 people and destroying 498,852 houses across Nepal. It was one of the hardest challenges Nepal had faced in recent history, yet the...
IOM, (2016)
International Organization for Migration Nepal Mission Overview - January 2018 Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization field of migration and works closely with governmental,intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. With 169 member states,a further 8 states holding observer status and 393 ...
IOM, (2018)
Holocaust Victims Assets Programme/Swiss Banks (HVAP) In 1996 and early 1997, a number of class action lawsuits were filed in the United States of America against several Swiss banks on behalf of "Victims of Nazi Persecution”. The cases called for the release of dormant accounts of Holocaust victims. Th...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response (July 2015) Highlights: 1. In addition to public buildings, IOM has begun to support debris management and demolition for unsafe or damaged, privately owned buildings in Chautara. 2. IOM’s DTM teams are rolling out a household level Return Intentions Survey, a...
IOM, (2015)
Case Study of Differently Able Person Supported by Early Recovery Program Ms. Dirga Kumari Rana, a single mother aged 60 years old is living with her two children. Her husband is living with his second wife, away from them. Ms. Rana told that when she was a child, in one accident she lost her 3 fingers. “It is already many...
IOM, (2016)
Nepal Earthquake: IOM Emergency Response - Situation Report (3 June 2015) Highlights: 1. As part of the contingency planning for the monsoon season, six safe temporary displacement sites have been identified in Sindupalchok, and 11 in Kathmandu Valley, as part of IOM’s ongoing land suitability assessments. 2. In May, IOM...
IOM, (2015)
The Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal: A Tool for Settlement Workers and Sponsors The Bhutanese refugees are descendants of Nepalese migrants that settled in Southern Bhutan in the late 1890’s. Originally recruited by the Government of Bhutan to clear the jungles of Southern Bhutan in the late 1890’s, they were called Lhotshampas,...
IOM, (2008)
Fairness and Efficiency in Reparations to Conflict Affected Persons in Nepal Highlights: 1. Following the decade-long armed conflict between the Government Forces and Maoist fighters, which ended with the signing of the 2006 Comprehensive Peace Agreement; Nepal continues to undergo a complex and prolonged political transitio...
IOM, (2015)
Migration Health: Annual Review 2014 This year marks a decade since IOM presented the benchmark report, Migrant Health for the Benefit of All, to the Eighty-eighth Session of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Council in 2004. This report brings the migration health agen...
IOM, (2015)
Migration Initiatives 2016: Migration Governance And Sustainable Development On 27 September 2015, the international community agreed on an ambitious agenda comprising 17 goals and 169 targets to reduce poverty and inequality, and achieve social, economic and environmentally sustainable development by the year 2030. An import...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake: IOM Emergency Response Situation Report, 15 May 2015 IOM has launched its debris removal program in Chautara. More than 20 people from the earthquake affected community have been engaged to support debris clearing efforts. The Shelter and NFI pipeline has facilitated the delivery of 5,000 hygiene ki...
IOM, (2015)
BARRIERS TO WOMEN’S LAND AND PROPERTY ACCESS AND OWNERSHIP IN NEPAL Property ownership is associated with social status and prosperity, as well as economic and political power.The most common sources of land ownership for women in all the districts are through husband’s earnings or dowry from parents. Patriarchy was...
IOM, (2016)
Catalytic Support On Land Issues In Nepal Despite the political and democratic progress since the end of the armed conflict between the Maoists and the Government in 2006, Nepal continues to face multiple land issues and land related disputes. Many of these are deeply entrenched in Nepales...
IOM, (2015)
Safe Demolition And Debris Management Nepal Earthquake 2015 Highlights: 1. 251 Total # of buildings/non-building structure demolished and/or cleared. 2. 64,537 Total volume (m3) of rubble cleared. 3. 24,574 Total # of CFW Man-Days utilized (to-date). 4. 2,200 Total # of people who participated in CfW sch...
IOM, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Response ( 26 August 2015 ) Highlights: 1. 94 unsafe buildings have been demolished by IOM and a total of 19,740 cubic metres of rubble has been cleared. Since May, 310 people from the local community, including 138 women, have participated in cash-for-work debris management a...
IOM, (2015)
DISPLACEMENT TRACKING MATRIX - NEPAL FLOOD 2017 DTM Round I: Published 05 Sep 2017 His names and boundary on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the Government of Nepal and IOM. This map is for planning purpose only. IOM can not guarantee that this map is error free and therefore we accept no liability for c...
IOM, (2017)
Project Information Sheet (2015) National actors have collaborated to implement inclusive Transitional Justice mechanisms to meet post conflict needs of Conflict Affected Persons (CAPs).Technical assistance to the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction to ensure effective access of Co...
IOM, (2015)
Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Simulation Exercise Held in Kathmandu To provide Nepal’s National Security Forces the firsthand experience while also assessing their knowledge and skills on emergency response and post-emergency camp management for displaced populations, a 3-day national level simulation was held in Kat...
IOM, (2018)
अन्तराष्ट्रिय आप्रवासन संगठन नेपाल एक झलक (जनवरी २०१८) सन् १९५१ मा स्थापना भएको ‘अन्तराष्ट्रिय आप्रवासन संगठन (आइओएम) आप्रवासनको क्षेत्रमा अग्रणी भूममका निर्बाहा गर्ने अन्तराष्ट्रिय संगठन हो र यसले सरकारी, अन्तरसरकारी, तथा गैरसरकारी साझेदारहरुसंग निकट रही कार्य संचालन गर्दछ । एकसय उनन्सत्त्तरी (१६९) सदस्...
IOM, (2018)
NEPAL FLOOD RESPONSE DTM NEPAL REPORT ROUND 1 21ST-29TH August 2017 Beginning on 11 August 2017, the worst rains in 15 years struck Nepal, triggering widespread large-scale flooding and landslides in many districts in Nepal causing many damages to life and property. The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is designed...
IOM, (2017)
Managing Migration for the Benefit of all:The International Organization for Migration (IOM), Mission in Nepal INFO-SHEET Highlights: 1.Nepal became a member of IOM in November 2006, A Cooperation Agreement was signed between Govt. of Nepal and IOM in August 2007, IOM Nepal staff strength: 416 National staff, 3 UNV and 16 International staff (August 2015) 2. IOM takes...
IOM, (2015)
IOM Continues CGI Sheet Distribution in Landslide-Prone Community in Nepal Jurey, which is only 10km away from Barhabise town, is an area where a massive landslide killed more than 156 people in August 2014. Nepal – IOM’s distribution of Corrugated Galvanized Iron (CGI) sheets in Barhabise Village Development Committee (...
IOM, (2014)
IOM Appeal Nepal Earthquake April 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicentre in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the capital, Kathmandu.An estimated 8 million people have been affected across 39 of Nepal’s 75 districts, with over 2 ...
IOM, (2015)
IOM receives Rana Samundra Trophy on World Tuberculosis Day The GeneXpert technology is a cartridge-based fully automated Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (DNA test). It can simultaneously detect Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (MTB) and Rifampicin (RIF) resistance with a high sensitivity and specificity. IOM has b...
IOM, (2014)
Nepali Migrants Improve Financial Literacy A lack of knowledge about the importance of savings means that much of that money is spent by families on consumer goods, rather than being reinvested into income generating activities. Consequently migrants who have moved abroad at considerable cost...
IOM, (2014)
Nepal Earthquake IOM Emergency Response - Situation Report (22 June 2015) Highlights: 1. IOM’s second Displacement Tracking Matrix report for the CCCM cluster was launched on 15 June, providing updated information on 49,118 IDPs living in priority sites of over 50 households. 2. To date IOM and partners have delivered sh...
IOM, (2015)
IOM Opens Office in Kathmandu, Nepal The International Organization for Migration(IOM) has opened an office in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu on Tuesday 12 September 2006. Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely...
IOM, (2006)
Foundation of Hope: Year One of Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction in Nepal 1.8 millions individuals assisted through IOM Nepal's Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction Programme including shelter, Camp Coordination and Camp management (CCCM), Displacement, Tracking Matrix (DTM), Protection, Health, and Early Recovery. As a res...
IOM, (2016)
IOM Revised Appeal Nepal Earthquake, 8 May 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicentre in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the capital, Kathmandu. An estimated 8.1 million people have been affected across 39 of Nepal’s 75 districts, with over...
IOM, (2015)
The International Organization For Migration Mission In Nepal: FEBRUARY 2016 INFO-SHEET Nepal became an International Organization for Migration (IOM) member state in 2006. In 2007, the Government of Nepal (GoN) and the IOM signed a memorandum of understanding to encourage cooperation and the delivery of services to Nepal,which is a cou...
IOM, (2016)
Open Spaces and IDP Sites Assessed by DTM in Kathmandu Valley (as of 09 May 2015) Source: http://reliefweb.int/map/nepal/open-spaces-and-idp-sites-assessed-dtm-kathmandu- valley-09-may-2015. Within four days of the major earthquake that hit Nepal on 25April 2015, IOM launched DTM phase 1 in the predefined open spaces of Kathmandu...
IOM, (2015)
Barriers to Women’s Land and Property Access and Ownership in Nepal Land ownership is a significant indicator of wealth, power, political and social security in Nepal. Despite this, up to 25 per cent of the country’s population is estimated to be landless. Land reform efforts carried out by the Government of Nepal ha...
IOM, (2016)
Legislative Provisions Regulating Women’s Access and Ownership of Land and Property in Nepal Land is a scarce resource and hence contested. The demands to ensure land rights for everyone have come from all quarters. Yet, this valuable resource continues to be concentrated among the powerful, those with the means to do so, particularly men. I...
IOM, (2016)
Microdynamics of Land Conflict and Land Conflict Resolution in Nepal Distribution of land has remained one of the most contentious issues in Nepalese society as a consequence of a historical feudal land tenure system that concentrated land ownership to the wealthy few and those who were close to the authorities. The i...
IOM, (2016)