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Statement of The United Nations World Food Programme Country Representative in Nepal, Richard Ragan, On Disruption of WFP Food Assistance Deliveries in Nepal World food programmer has received assurances from multiple parties stating that they will ensure the unhindered movement of WFP staff and delivery of humanitarian food assistance for flood victims in the terai. WFP staff and trucks carrying humanita...
WFP, (2007)
WFP Begins Food Distributions to Flood Victims in Western Terai Today, people in the most flood-affected districts of Banke and Bardiya started receiving an emergency relief package of rice, oil, lentils and salt from the United Nations World Food Programme. Distributions in Kailali should also start early next w...
WFP, (2007)
WFP Launches International Appeal For 60,000 Flood Victims In Nepal The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Nepal has initiated an emergency humanitarian response to provide an estimated 60,000 flood-affected people with food aid for up to three months. The Nepal Government requested WFP’s assistance after n...
WFP, (2007)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 5 (as of 24 August 2017) The severe floods, relief activities are ongoing, with government agencies and relief organizations active in affected areas, in addition to the private sector and volunteer groups who are also engaged in the relief efforts.Development (MoFALD) has d...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 4 (as of 21 August 2017) This report is produced by Office of the Resident Coordinator Nepal in collaboration with humanitarian partners and includes the preparedness and aid provided for the relief of the flood victims.As reported on 18th August, the Government of Nepal ha...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)
OCHA Nepal Situation Overview, Issue No. 32/ October 2008 Highlights: 1. Humanitarian response continues to Koshi floods in Eastern Region and floods and landslides in Far-Western Region 2. Flood water recedes and response activities stepped up, but gaps remain 3. Government unveils plans, releases budge...
UNOCHA, (2008)
OCHA Nepal Situation Overview, Issue No. 50 (July 2009) Highlights: 1. Laboratory tests confirm Influenza A (H1N1) virus cases in Nepal 2. Government scraps UCPN-Maoists' decision on Chief of Army, Cabinet of new coalition still to be formed 3. UN political mission in Nepal (UNMIN) extended by six mont...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi River Flood (Nepal): Affected Areas in Sunsari and Saptari Districts (23 Aug, 2008) n August 18th the Koshi River broke through an eastern retaining wall roughly 10 Km north of the East West Highway. The waters have flooded significant portions of the Dharampur VDCs KoshiSunsari District: following of Tappu Wildlife Reserve Dharampu...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Koshi River Flood (Nepal): Location of Shelter Sites with Population from Saptari Side (5 Sept. 2008) Highlights: 1. Total Number of Shelter Sites: 23 Total Registered Household: 3,522/ Total Projected Population: 19,371 2. Kankalini High School (200/1,100) 3. Camp A, East-West Highway (380/2,090) 4. Sri Primary School(80/440) 5. Camp F, Spur 2...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Koshi River Flood (Nepal): Location of Shelter Sites with Population in Sunsari District (9 Sept. 2008) Highlights: 1. Total Number of Shelter Sites: 34 Total Registered Household: 4,630 / Total Registered Population: 27,826 2. Shivagunj Primary School 98 / 573 3. Jamiya Islamiya 450 / 2602 4. Koshi Secondary School 261 / 1446 5. Mithila Bording ...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Nepal Koshi River Floods: CCCM Cluster Displacement Tracking Map from Sunsari Side (as of 30th Oct. 2008) Highlights: Sunsari Total Population Household (HH)/Individuals (IDV) (2,192 HH/19,263 IDV) * approximate numbers 1. Khairatole Maktab (Madrassa)(4 HH/35 IDV) 2. Pashim Kusaha 2( to be updated) 3. Laukhi Border Custiom(85 HH/1,510 IDV) 4. Jan...
UNOCHA, (2008)
NEPAL: Flood Affected Areas in Mid-Western Terai (3 August, 2012) This map shows Flood affected areas in Mid-Western Terai as of 3 August, 2012. Estimated of 200 houses were inundated in Rajapur delta, Kalika VDCs and Gulariya Municipality due to the continuous downpour. Warning siren were blown in Binauna, Baijapu...
UNRCHCO, (2012)
Emergancy Response Preparedness : Siraha Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). In 2014, heavy rainfall caused floods and landslides across ...
UNDP, (2016)
Emergency Response Preparedness: District Profile Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). In 2014, heavy rainfall caused floods and landslides across ...
UNICEF, (2016)
Emergency Response Preparedness: Siraha Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). In 2014, heavy rainfall caused floods and landslides across ...
UNDP, (2016)
Preparing for Flood Disaster- Mapping and Assessing Hazard in the Ratu Watershed, Nepal On an average, natural disasters take 951 lives and damage property worth NRs 1,242 million every year.Of these hazards, the overall impact caused by floods, landslides, and avalanches is most severe. Hence, they constitute the main hazard.Among the ...
UNESCO, ICIMOD, (2007)
Bardiya District: Flood Affected Areas (24 Sept,2008) This map shows the flood affected areas of Bardiya district as of 24 Sept,2008. #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2008...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Koshi River Flood (Nepal): Emergency Areas Declared by the Government of Nepal (Sept 5, 2008) On September 4, the Government of Nepal has Hansposa declared state of emergency in Kusahapaschim, Shreehariipur, Shreepurjavdi, Lokhahi, Madhuban, Pakali Narshingha and Bokraha VDCs of Sunsari district. #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2008...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Mid and Far- West Region: Flood and Landslides Affected Areas (26 Sept, 2008) This map shows the flood and landslides affected areas of Mid and Far- West Region as of 26 Sept,2008. #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2008...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Mid-West and Far-West Region: Flood Affected Areas (as of 22 Sept,2008) This map shows the flood affected areas of Mid-West and Far-West Region as of 22 September, 2008. #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2008...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Sunsari: Flood Affected Areas (21 August, 2008) On August 18th the Koshi River broke through an eastern retaining wall roughly 10 KM north of the East West Highway. The waters have flooded significant portions of the following VDCs of Sunsari District: Shreeharipur, Shreepurjavdi, Lokahi, Kusahapa...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Landslides and Flash Floods in the Monsoon ( 23.06.2015 ) Highlights: 1. Floods and landslides have caused at least 8,400 deaths in Nepal between 1983 and 2013 (p.7). 2. The monsoon period represents 60–80% of the annual total precipitation, and in the past has accounted for around 90% of landslide fatali...
UNOCHA, UNRCHCO, MapAction, UKaid, Acaps, (2015)
Kapilbastu - Number of Natural Disaster Incidents in VDCs Period Covered: (1972 - 2011) This map shows the number of natural disaster incidents in VDCs.The status in number are given below: 1. 302 death 2. 613 injured 3. 42981 people affected 4. 6134 houses destroyed 5. 859 houses damaged 6. economic loss in Rs 19,16,91,309 #FL...
UNRCHCO, (2011)
Koshi River Flood (Nepal): Emergency Areas Declared by the Government of Nepal (Sept4, 2008) On September 4, the Government of Nepal has Hansposa declared state of emergency in Kusahapaschim, Shreehariipur, Shreepurjavdi, Lokhahi, Madhuban, Pakali Narshingha and Bokraha VDCs of Sunsari district. #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2008 ...
UNOCHA, (2008)
NEPAL- Flood and Landslide Affected Areas (Period Covered: 1 June - 18 June 2013) This map shows the flood and landslide affected area of Nepal.The status in number are given below: 1. 38 death 2. 17 missing people 3. 42 injured 4. 3492 family affected 5. 246 household destroyed/damaged #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2013...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
Press Release: United Nations Provides Humanitarian Assistance To Flood Affected Families Heavy flooding by the Saptakoshi River in Sunsari and Saptari districts in Eastern Region continues to impact an increasing number of families who have been displaced and lost their lands and houses. The challenges to help the families will grow more...
UNRCHCO(UNRCO), (2008)
WFP Emergency Operation Gears Up To Feed 170,000 In Latest Nepal Floods Crisis The UN World Food Programme (WFP) in Nepal is today mobilizing emergency food assistance for up to 170,000 people displaced by severe flooding in the west of the country. This latest spate of flooding in Nepal has inundated eight districts in the Mi...
WFP, (2008)
WFP To Feed 50,000 Flood Victims In Eastern Terai Kathmandu– The UN World Food Programme(WFP)in Nepal announced today it was mobilizing emergency food assistance for 50,000 people displaced by floods in the eastern Terai districts of Nepal. The emergency operation is in response to a Government of ...
WFP, (2008)
NEPAL FLOODS Beginning 11 August 2017 NEPAL FLOODS Beginning 11 August 2017, Nepal has experienced its worst rains in 15 years.The flooding impact 1.7 million people where 461 thousand people are displaced, 143 dead, 30 missing and 43 injured. 35 out of 75 districts were affected where ...
UNOCHA, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 8 (as of 13 September 2017) The UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund has allocated US$4.8 million to flood response efforts in Nepal. To-date, over 1 million flood affected people have benefited from humanitarian assistance from 9 Clusters. Preparations for next week’s election...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 8 (as of 13 September 2017) This report is produced by Office of the Resident Coordinator Nepal in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 7 to 13 September 2017. HIGHLIGHTS : - The UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund has allocated US$4.8 mill...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 9 (as of 20 September 2017) Elections in Province 2 have contributed to a major slow down in relief activities. Combined humanitarian Clusters face a shortfall of US$32 million for flood response activities. This is the last Sit Rep that the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office(UN...
UNRCO, (2017)
NEPAL: Floods (as of 20 Aug 2017) Beginning Friday, 11 August 2017 Nepal has experienced its worst rains in 15 years, resulting in large scale impacts on life, livelihood and infrastructure across 28 of Nepal’s 75 districts. #UN # IRA #NRCS #NSD #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2017 ...
UN, (2017)
NEPAL: Who does What Where When (4W) Humanitarian Activities - as of 19th September A map showing the work of 99 agencies in 29 districts who have completed or are engaged in nearly 1788 humanitarian activities. #UN #HCT #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2017...
HCT/UN, (2017)
NEPAL: Who does What Where When (4W) Humanitarian Activities - as of 24 August A map showing the work of thirty three agencies in twenty seven districts who have completed or are engaged in nearly 594 humanitarian activities. #UN #HCT #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2017...
HCT/UN, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 1 (as of 14 August 2017) The National Emergency Operations Centre has reported that 66 people are known to have died, 35 people remain missing and 35 have been injured.The full extent of the disaster is not yet known. Many affected areas remain inaccessible dueto damaged roa...
UNRC, (2017)
Bardiya District: Families Affected by Floods (As of 5 September, 2006) Highlights: 1. Total families affected: 6,660 2. Persons in Temporary Camp:Khata: 390 3. Persons in Temporary Camp:Kalika Primary School: 210 4. Persons in Temporary Camps: 2314 Babai Campus – 348 Banglamukhi Secondary School: 925 Civil Servan...
UNOCHA, (2006)
Nepal : Floods in Banke and Bardiya Districts - 28 August 2006 Reportedly, over 7000 people in Bardiya and 6000 in Banke districts are directly affected by the heavy flooding caused by torrential rain. Thousands of houses partially submerged. In Bardiya, over a dozen people are feared dead while hundreds of hous...
UNOCHA, (2006)
Flash floods and Land Slides in Far Western Region, Nepal Flash flood and landslides triggered by heavy rainfall from 16 June 2013 heavily affected the Far Western Region (FWR) , Districts affected are: Darchula, Kanchanpur, Kailali, Baitadi, Accham and Dadeldhura , Darchula is the worst affected district ,...
WHO, (2013)
Humanitarian Agencies Launch Flash Appeal For Flood-Affected In Nepal The United Nations and its humanitarian partners issued an appeal today in response to flooding in the east of the country. The appeal seeks $15.5 million to cover the needs of at least 70,000 people over the next six months.The flooding occurred in ...
UNRCHCO(UNRCO), (2008)
OCHA Nepal Situation Overview, Issue No. 32/August 2008 Highlights: 1. Koshi River embankment collapse causes flooding in Sunsari and Saptari distict, affecting up to 70,000 2. Relief operations led by the Government are in full swing: humanitarian community mobilizing support 3. Although monsoon rains...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Response From UN Agencies to Flood and Landslide Victims The united nations system in nepal has responded rapidly to the national crisis caused by flooding across nepal, and the request of the government of nepal for assistance.incessant rainfall since 10 July 2007 has triggered floods and landslides in 28...
UN, (2007)
Statement of The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal 1 August 2007- On The Safe And Unhindered Access to Flood-Affected Communities in Nepal Due to the recent flooding in the terai it is essential that humanitarian organizations responding to the crisis are provided unhindered and safe access to flood-affected populations. recent estimates suggest as many as 230,000 people may have been a...
UNHCR, (2007)
UN Launches Photography Contest about Disaster Risk Nepal is at high risk of natural hazards such as floods, landslides, earthquakes, fires, cyclonic winds, hailstorms, and drought which can lead to hunger and epidemic outbreaks in their aftermath. Among the major natural hazards, floods and landslide...
UNDP, (2010)
Unofficial Translation-Press Release Issued By The Government Of Nepal, Ministry Of Home Affairs, 22 September 2008 The Mid And Far West Floods And Landslides The central disaster relief committee met, under the chairmanship of the home minister, to discuss the impact of the floods and landslides and the relief needs of the affected population. the meeting decided to mobilize existing resources, security ...
GoN, (2008)
Nepal: Flooding Response Plan (August 2017-February 2018) Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 p...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal :Flood 2017,Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 3 This report is produced by Office of the Resident Coordinator Nepal in collaboration with humanitarian partners.It covers the steps The Government of Nepal has taken in the rescue, relief and response of the districts of Nepal with the highest number...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 2 (as of 16 August 2017) Moderate to heavy rains have been forecast across Nepal for the coming days. As of 16 August, 18,320 families are confirmed to have been displaced, and 75,000 families affected by the flooding. Government has provided ready to eat food to displaced p...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 2 (as of 16 August 2017) Moderate to heavy rains have been forecast across Nepal for the coming days. As of 16 August, 18,320 families are confirmed to have been displaced, and 75,000 families affected by the flooding. Government has provided ready to eat food to displaced ...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 1 Beginning on 11 August 2017, Nepal experienced its worst rains in 15 years, resulting in large-scale impacts on lives,livelihoods and infrastructure across 27 of Nepal’s 75 districts.The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) authorities estimate that hundr...
UNRCHO (UNRCO), (2017)
OCHA Nepal Situation Report Floods and Landslides Detailed, interagency assessments are being conducted to assess the extent of agricultural, infrastructure and livelihood loss and damage situation. Preliminary assessments of NRCS estimate more than 37,000 houses being either completely or partially...
UNOCHA, (2007)
Emergency and Humanitarian Action (EHA) Newsletter - Issue VIII, September 2006 Summer usually tests the disaster response capacity of Nepal, when the monsoons trigger water induced disasters. This year Nepal’s Western regions were most severely affected by floods and landslides. Unlike in 2002 and 2004, where a large number of ...
WHO, (2006)
Emergency Update - 3 (February 2008) Last monsoon a large number of Terai districts were severely affected by one of the worst floods the country had experienced in a decade. A rapid inter-agency flood assessment (WFP, UNICEF and SC Alliance) was conducted in the second-half of August l...
WFP, (2008)
Newsletter Simsar: Brief Introduction of a Wetland Site- Vol 2 (Dec 2008) The devastating flood due to the breach of Koshi spur on 18 August, 2008 has resulted into a large scale damage to human and property loss. The flood has impacted a large section of the Koshi-Tappu Wildlife Reserve (KTWR) in the eastern side and its ...
GoN, IUCN, UNDP, CSUWN, (2008)
Nepal- FWR/MWR Floods and Landslides: Situation Report # 2(12 October 2009) Highlights: 1. Total number of reported deaths due to flooding and landslides in Mid and Far West regions has reached 58, with 9 people missing and 29 injured 2. Assessments are ongoing, however, estimates suggest approximately 2,600 families displ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
A REPORT ON FOOD SECURITY IMPACT OF 2017 FLOOD IN TERAI Based on the results of ad hoc District Food Security Network (DFSN) meetings in 10 districts (23-29 August 2017) Heavy monsoon rainfall during 10-13 August 2017 triggered severe flash floods and landslides in 32 out of 75 districts in Nepal (see Figures 1 and 2). An Initial Rapid Assessment conducted in 28 districts revealed that floods and landslides claimed 1...
GoN, UKAID, WFP,NeKSAP, (2017)
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)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 7 (as of 7 September 2017) Highlights: • To-date, over 1.1 million flood affected people have benefited from humanitarian assistance. • Nominations of the candidates in local elections in Province 2 took place on 6 September with elections to take place on 18 Sep...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 8 (as of 13 September 2017) Highlights : - The UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund has allocated US$4.8 million to flood response efforts in Nepal. - To-date, over 1 million flood affected people have benefited from humanitarian assistance from 9 Clusters. - Prep...
UNRCO, (2017)
Multi-storied Agroforestry Cropping Systems for Micro-Climatic Modification and Erosion Control in Nepal Natural hazards such as floods, landslides and drought occur frequently in different parts of Nepal with varying dimensions and magnitude. These hazards constitute the major causes of land degradation and deterioration of natural ecosystems. The intr...
FAO, (2013)
NEPAL: Floods (as of 20 Aug 2017) Beginning Friday, 11 August 2017 Nepal has experienced its worst rains in 15 years, resulting in large scale impacts on life, livelihood and infrastructure across 28 of Nepal’s 75 districts. #NepalFoods2017 #Floods #NRCS #UN #NepalSurvey ...
UN, (2017)
Statement of the United Nations World Food Programme from Country Representative in Nepal, Richard Ragan, On Ration Reductions to Koshi River Flood Victims WFP has been providing critical food aid to more than 60,000 displaced flood victims since September 2008. Nearly US$7 million of donor contributions have been utilized to provide general food rations for the affected population. WFP informed the go...
WFP, (2009)
Floods and Landslides Nepal Public health monitoring based ontriangulation of two independent sources: Ministry of Home Affairs, 22.08.03 and Nepal Red Cross Society, 29.08.03 #Floods #NepalFloods2003 ...
WHO, (2003)
Emergency Update - 2 - Food Security Situation in the Eastern Terai Districts of Saptari and Siraha Since the paddy crop failure of last summer in Saptari and Siraha, the food security situation for many poor households in these two districts in the Eastern Terai remains precarious. The current floods across the Terai have affected many parts of Sa...
WFP, (2007)
Koshi floods in Sunsari and Saptari / OCHA Appeal and Situation Report December 2008 The Government of Nepal estimates approximately 70,000 people are affected by flooding in the area. According to the preliminary results of the inter-agency Koshi River Flood Impact assessment, a total of 66,500 individuals have been displaced by the...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Koshi floods in Sunsari and Saptari / OCHA Situation Report: 04 December 2008 The Government of Nepal estimates approximately 70,000 people are affected by flooding in the area. According to the preliminary results of the inter-agency Koshi River Flood Impact assessment, a total of 66,500 individuals have been displaced by the...
UNOCHA, (2008)
UN OCHA Koshi Floods Situation Update February 2009 Following the Government of Nepal’s (GoN) recent Detailed Damage Assessment/verification process, approximately 42,807 Nepalis (7,572HH) are recorded as being affected by flooding in the Saptari and Sunsari Districts in August 2008, in addition to an...
UNOCHA, (2009)
UN OCHA Koshi Floods Situation Update January 2009 The Government of Nepal estimates approximately 70,000 people were affected by flooding in the Saptari and Sunsari Districts. According to the preliminary results of the inter-agency Koshi River Flood Impact assessment, a total of 66,500 individuals ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
UN OCHA Koshi Floods Situation Update January 2009 The Government of Nepal estimates approximately 70,000 people were affected by flooding in the Saptari and Sunsari Districts. According to the preliminary results of the inter-agency Koshi River Flood Impact assessment, a total of 66,500 individuals ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
UN OCHA, Biratnagar: Koshi Floods Situation Update March 2009 Approximately 42,807 Nepalese (7,572 households [HH]) were affected by the Koshi floods in Sunsari and Saptai Districts in August 2008, in addition to an estimated 11,000 Indian nationals (2,328HH), according to the Government of Nepal’s (GoN) Detai...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Nepal Food Security Bulletin Issue 33, November 2011 This issue covers the period July-September 2011 and focuses on the food security updates of the Mid and the Far Western Hill and Mountain (MFWHM) districts. July – August is an agricultural lean period in Nepal and typically a season of increa...
WFP, (2011)
WHO Situation Report #2 (3oth August 2006) Highlights: 1. Districts in the Far West, Mid West and Western regions in Nepal have reported flashfloods and landslides since Saturday 26th August. According to latest reports by Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) the districts mainly affected are Bank...
WHO, (2006)
Far-Western Humanitarian Situation Report UN Field Coordination Office Dadeldhura, Nepal (June 2013) Highlights: 1. A total of seven people killed (five in Baitadi and two in Achham); three missing (two in Kanchanpur and one in Darchula). 2. A massive flash flood in Mahakali River swept away more than 50 houses and huts including 13 government off...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
BANKE DISTRICT: Families Affected by Floods (As of 5 September, 2006) This map shows families affected by floods of Banke district. Total families affected: 6,278 Persons in Temporary Camps: 350 #FLOODS #NEPALFLOODS2006...
UNOCHA, (2006)
Nepal: Flood and Landslide Affected Area (as of 12 September 2006) This map shows flood and landslide affected area as of 12 September 2006. It reflects affected districts, affected VDC and total no deaths, affected persons and injured persons. #NEPALFLOODS2006 #FLOODS...
UNOCHA, (2006)
UN’s Global Emergency Response Fund provides US$4.8 million for flood affected communities in Nepal. “This latest disaster has impacted already vulnerable and poor regions of Nepal including areas of the Terai which were affected by major flooding in 2014. Schools, medical centres and houses have been destroyed and large areas of crops washed away....
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Updates On the Flooding In Seti River Situation Report-03, 08 May 2012 This report has been prepared by OCHA Humanitarian Support Unit with direct field observation of UN team, information from District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC), Security Forces, Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) and other humanitarian agencies invo...
UNOCHA, (2012)
Nepal: Updates On The Flooding In Seti River Situation Report-04,10 May 2012 A landslide near Machhapuchhre Mountain in Kaski district triggered a catastrophic flash flood in Seti River, sweeping settlements and breaching the river banks downstream on 05 May 2012 at around 0930 hrs. Kharapani settlement (also known as Tatopan...
UNOCHA, (2012)
Nepal: Updates On The Flooding In Seti Situation Report-02, 07 May 2012 This report has been prepared by OCHA Humanitarian Support Unit with direct field observation of UN team, information from District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC), Security Forces, Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) and other humanitarian agencies invo...
UNOCHA, (2012)
WASH Cluster- Nepal Contingency Plan on Flood and Landslide Scenario (Version 3 July 2011) During the summer monsoon period each year, the people of Nepal face the threat of flooding and landslides. In August 2008, the Koshi River, with one of the largest river basins in Asia, breached its eastern embankment, inundating four Village Develo...
UNICEF, WC/ UN, (2011)
Early Warning in Action: Kanchanpur, Nepal Floods and landslides pose a significant risk to a majority of communities in Nepal. The Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium Flagship 4, Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRR), is focused on supporting communities reduce their vulnerability to n...
UNDP, (2012)
NEPAL FLOOD 2017:Post Flood Recovery Needs Assessment Nepal experienced incessant rainfall from August 11 to 14, 2017, resulting in widespread floods across 35 of the country’s 77 districts. Several districts experienced the heaviest rainfall in over 60 years. This led to the inundation of about 80 perc...
GON-UNDP, (2017)
Disaster Risk Reduction in Nepal : Flagship Programmes : The Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium ( October 2010 ) An international Consortium was formed in May 2009 to support the Government of Nepal in developing a long term Disaster Risk Reduction Action Plan building on the National Strategy for Disaster Risk Management (NSDRM). Members of the Consortium are ...
ADB, GoN, UNDP, IFRC, UNOCHA, UNISDR, WB, (2010)
Community Based Flood and Glacial Lake Outbrust Risk Reduction Project Nepal is one of disaster affected country in the world among top ten countries that are most affected by climate related haphazards. Nepal economic and human development have been greatly constrained by the countries mountainous terrian lack of acces...
UNDP, (2013)
Child Protection in Emergencies Lesson Learnt Workshop on 2008 Flooding in Nepal The breach of the Koshi dam on the 18th of August 2008 resulted in massive flooding across Sunsari and Saptari districts in the east of Nepal. Over 60,000 people were displaced, taking refuge in schools, and eventually long -term IDP camps. In Septem...
UNICEF, (2009)
Child Protection Sub-Cluster Contingency Plan This contingency plan has been prepared for the CPSC to ensure that in any emergency scenario,particularly floods, landslides, earthquakes and civil unrest, the national and district-level CPSCs are prepared and can respond with maximum efficacy to c...
UNICEF, (2009)
Rapid Hazard and Risk Assessment Post-Flood Return Analysis Flooding is a common phenomenon in the Himalayan Rivers. Every year floods affect thousands of people in the Himalayan region. Every year the monsoon floods of immense magnitude from the Himalayan Rivers cause huge loss in terms of damage and disrupt...
UNESCO, (2009)
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Cluster Guidance, Nepal (Lessons Learned from Koshi Flood Response) In August 2008, Nepal was hit by flooding in the eastern and western regions, affecting more than 250,000 people, many of who were already vulnerable. Flooding in the east was a result of the broken embankment of the Koshi River, Asia’s largest river...
UNICEF, (2009)
NEPAL - Flood and Landslide Affected Areas (Period Covered: 1 June - 24 June 2013) This map shows flood and landslides affected areas. The status in number are: 1. 39 death 2. 18 missing people 3. 7 injured 4. 1752 displaced families 5. 1826 affected families 6. 602 household fully destroyed 7. 1204 household partially dest...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
Nepal - Flood and Landslide Affected Areas Period Covered 1 August - 31 August 2011 Highlights: Total District Affected: 54 Deaths: 65 Missing: 35 Injured: 24 Affected Family: 87 Houses Damaged/Destroyed:110 #NepalFloods2011 #Floods #AffectedAreas #Landslide ...
UNRCHCO, (2011)
Nepal - Flood and Landslide Affected Areas Period Covered: 1 June - 18 June 2013 Highlights: Mahakali River swept 2500 People 300 Families Displaced 63 Houses Damaged/Destroyed #NepalFloods2013 #Floods #Landslide #AffectedAreas ...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
Effects of the floods and the potential longer-term humanitarian consequences of this natural disaster - United Nations Information Center The united nations resident and humanitarian coordinator mr. matthew kahane visited the eastern region for the last three days to assess the effects of the floods and the potential longer-term humanitarian consequences of this natural disaster.the fl...
UNIC, (2007)
UN Humanitarian Coordinator Visits Flood-Affected Areas The UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal, Mr. Matthew Kahane, visited Banke and Bardiya districts today to asses the rapidly emerging humanitarian needs there, and to express the UN’s solidarity with those affected by the recent floods. The floods h...
UNIC, (2006)
WFP Begins Major Feeding Operation For Flood Victims in Western Nepal The United Nations World Food Programme this week began feeding survivors of recent flooding in the southwestern Terai region of Nepal -- nearly 80,000 people affected by extensive flooding believed to be cut off from regular access to food and shelt...
WFP, (2006)
CONTINGENCY PLAN Nepal: Monsoon flooding and landslides June 2017 Every year, during the monsoon period of June to September, communities in the Terai and Hill areas of Nepal are exposed to increased levels of flood and landslide risk. Such risks can lead to immediate humanitarian suffering; they can exacerbate ...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal Monthly Situation Update, Issue No. 64 (October 2010) Key Highlights: 1. Emergency Relief Coordinator allocates $2 million for Nepal from CERF. 2. Floods and landslides affected 46 districts across the country. 3. Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC) gaining momentum. 4. Get Airport Ready for Disa...
UNOCHA, (2010)
Community Based Flood and Glacial Lake Outburst Risk Reduction Project (CFGORRP) Imja Lake, located in Solukhumbu district, is among six glacial lakes at most immediate risk of bursting. The potential GLOF risks threaten the livelihoods of downstream communities in the Sagarmatha National Park and its Buffer Zone. Nepal has see...
UNDP, GoN, (2014)
Koshi Flood Response Update 13 May 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners. Ap...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 16 April 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners. Ap...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 20 May 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners.Thi...
UNOCHA, (2009)
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