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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)
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)
UNDP Nepal Community Based Disaster Nepal is one of the countries in the world most vulnerable to natural disasters, including earthquakes. Increasing climate change impacts on fragile geo-physical settings, recurrent and new patterns of natural hazards like floods and landslides and d...
UNDP, (2006)
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)
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 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)