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FAO Nepal News Bulletin Number 03– May 2015 This monthly issue of May contents are: 1. Devastating earthquakes increase the threat of food insecurity in Nepal 2. Italy provides EUR 400 000 to help earthquake-affected farmers in Nepal 3. Houses collapsed and stores of grain are buried 4. Am...
FAO, (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: 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)
After the Earth Moved, Nepalese Planted Seeds Kathmandu, Nepal – After two major earthquakes and hundreds of aftershocks rocked Nepal in 2015, many remote farming communities were left completely devastated. In a country where four out of five people depend on agriculture for their livelihoods, ...
FAO, (2016)
With cash incentives, Nepal quake-hit villagers look to rebuild lives (7 July 2015) BARHABISE, Sindhupalchowk - She pauses for a moment when asked about the damages caused to her family by the devastating Nepal earthquake of 25 April2015. Seconds later,70-year-old Purna Maya Magar, from Ghorthali village of Sindhupalchowk, the worst...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Triage – Prioritizing The Seriously Injured Preparedness to respond to emergencies proves its worth when disaster strikes. On 25 April when the earthquake struck, Dr Rasila Amatya, Medical Superintendent from Dhading District,in Nepal and her colleagues rushed to hospitals and health posts in ...
WHO, (2015)
Psychosocial Support A Critical Need After An Emergency 12 year old Nikesh Pahari has been living in a tent with his parents and neighbours. However since the earthquake he has refused to speak or eat and is afraid to go near his house. Psychiatric social workers can help to teach children to slowly norma...
WHO, (2015)
WHO Flags Spinal Care As Critical Medical Gap, Long-Term Health Need Of Nepal Highlights: 1. One in three of the estimated 14 000 injured people in the earthquake require follow-up rehabilitation treatment. Of them, around 12% have a damaged spinal cord. 2. WHO has identified spinal care as a critical medical gap, and this i...
WHO, (2015)
At The Heart Of The Earthquake Epicentre: Addressing Reproductive Health Needs In Gorkha Kabita BK got married at the age of 16. At only 17 she gave birth to her first child at home with the help of a traditional birth attendant. Now at 20 Kabita is pregnant with her second child, but this time she wants to give birth in a health facilit...
UNFPA, (2015)
FAO Nepal Initial Earthquake Response: Rebuilding Resilient Agricultural Livelihoods (June 2015) In a country where two out of three people depend on agriculture for their livelihoods, the earthquakes have been disastrous for many of Nepal’s farmers. Following the earthquakes and hundreds of aftershocks, an estimated 1 million people have been e...
FAO, (2015)
Key Findings From The Agricultural Livelihoods Impact Appraisal (June 2015) In May, the Nepal Food Security Cluster carried out a detailed assessment of the impact of the earthquakes on food production and agricultural livelihoods. The Agricultural Livelihoods Impact Appraisal – led by the Food and Agriculture Organization o...
FAO, (2015)
Shelter Updates After more than 750,000 houses either damaged or destroyed during the recent earthquake in April 2015, the Government of Nepal appealed the international community to support country’s emergency shelter needs. These needs were particularly vital on t...
UNHABITAT, (2015)