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CERF Provides $15 Million to Enable Life-Saving Response to the Earthquake in Nepal (New York/London, 28 April 2015): On 25 April, an earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit Nepal with strong aftershocks that continue to jolt the country. Thousands of people have been killed and injured, including in neighbouring countries. In Nepal, it is ...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake: National and Foreign Military Deployed Assets (as of 07 May 2015) The Multi-National Military Coordination Centre (MNMCC) is coordinating all foreign military assets through daily meetings. The Nepalese Army has appointed a dedicated liaison officer from the MNMCC to the National Emergency Operations Centre of the ...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Business Guide: Flash appeal for the response to the Nepal earthquake, April - July 2015 A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April at 11:56 local time creating large scale damage and many casualties. According to initial estimations and based on the latest earthquake intensity mapping, over 8 million people are affected in 39 o...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake: District Profile - Gorkha 09.05.2015 Gorkha, with a population of more than 271,000, is one of the worst-affected districts.1 The epicenter of the earthquake was in Brapok, 15km from Gorkha town. As of 6 May, 412 people have been reported killed and 1,034 injured. In the southern part o...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Nepal Eathquake: Situation Analysis - 05.05.2015 The earthquake from 25 April (7.8 magnitude) was followed by a series of aftershocks up to a magnitude of 6.7, mostly to the east of the original epicentre causing further localised damage. As of 4 May, 7,365 people have been killed and more than 14,...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
OCHA Flash Update - Nepal | Earthquake 12 May 2015 A new earthquake measuring 7.3 magnitude struck today (12 May) at 12:50 local time (UTC +5:45). The epicentre was southeast of Kodari (Sindhupalchowk District), 76 km northeast of Kathmandu – an area already affected by the 25 April quake. For a ...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Race against time to meet basic needs of quake-survivors in Nepal (Kathmandu/Bangkok, 15 May 2015) The window of opportunity to provide vital relief to people in Nepal affected by the recent earthquakes is closing quickly, as urgent funding requirements remain unmet. To date, barely US$ 59.5 million, or 14 per cent...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Situation Analysis Nepal Earthquake, 15.05.2015 The earthquake that occurred on 25 April (7.8 magnitude) was followed by a series of aftershocks mostly to the east of the original epicentre causing further localised damage. The most intense aftershock to date occurred on the 12 May with a magnitud...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Update on Nepal deployment - United Nations Disaster and Coordination Assessment Team (UNDAC), 28 April 2015 For the time being a total of 24 UNDAC members have arrived to the country, the rest of the team is expected to arrive today or tomorrow. Access into the country remains relatively difficult at present due to the sheer volume of incoming air traffic ...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Nepal Flash Appeal for the Response to the Nepal Earthquake April - July 2015 A massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck 77 kilometres (48 miles) northwest of Nepal's capital Kathmandu at 0611 GMT on 25 Apr 2015, toppling office blocks and towers and killing thousands of people. More than two dozen people were also reported kil...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)
Key findings - District Assessment, Sindhupalchok, 09.06.2015 Between 11 May and 24 May, a key informant multi-cluster assessment was conducted in Sindhupalchok covering 64 out of 79 VDCs, or 240,000 people. 93% of people covered under the assessment were reported to be in need of assistance, while 38% were in ...
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (2015)