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Nepal: Monsoon Flooding Heavy monsoon rains have resulted in flooding and landslides in several municipalities in particular in Province 1 and Province 2. Areas of most concern as a result of flooding include Sarlahi, Mahottari and Rautahat districts in Province 2 and Udaya...
RCO Nepal, (2019)
Nepal Earthquake, Health Cluster Bulletin #2, 04 – 10 May 2015 · A third health sub-cluster - on Injury Rehabilitation has been established. · Disease surveillance in all highly affected districts has been enhanced. · No communicable disease outbreaks have been reported. · 26 hospitals (3 completely and 23 parti...
WHO, Health Cluster, (2015)
Addressing Outstanding Humanitarian Needs in Nepal: A Shared Effort And Responsibility (19 August 2015) Marking the World Humanitarian Day, aid community in Nepal saluted contributions made by good‐willed individuals and communities themselves to saving lives and alleviating the suffering in the aftermath of the back-to-­back earthquakes.The response l...
UN, (2015)
NEPAL: Monsoon Update (as of 17 July 2019) This year monsoon started on 11 July 2019. As per Ministry of Home Affairs assessment, heavy monsoon rains have resulted in flooding and landslides in several municipalities across the country. #monsoonupdate #nepal #2019 ...
UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal, (2019)
NEPAL: Monsoon Update (as of 18 July 2019) This year monsoon started on 11 July 2019. As per Ministry of Home Affairs assessment, heavy monsoon rains have resulted in flooding and landslides in several municipalities across the country. #monsoonupdate #nepal #2019 Source Link:http://un.o...
UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal, (2019)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #17 | 23 July 2020 As of this week, 18,094 cases were tested positive by RT-PCR for COVID-19, 42 deaths have been reported and 12,684 people were discharged. All 77 districts are affected by COVID-19. The testing capacity increased to 28 testing sites this week, with a...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #18 | 31 July 2020 As of 29 July, Nepal has recorded 19,273 COVID-19 positive cases with 49 deaths and 14,021 recoveries. The national recovery rate is 72.8%. There are 14,471 people in quarantine sites and 5,203 in isolation. According to the Ministry of Health and Po...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #19 | 07 August 2020 Confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 21,750 with 65 deaths and 15,389 recoveries on 6 August. 9,470 people are staying in quarantine centres and 6,296 in isolation centres. The COVID-19 Crisis Management Committee (CCMC) has urged businesses, industries ...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #20 | 14 August 2020 On 10 August, the Government of Nepal (GoN) came up with new COVID-19 containment measures. As recommended by the COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre (CMCC), the Council of Ministers decided to defer the resumption of passenger flights and long-distanc...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #21 | 28 August 2020 On 17 August, the cabinet decided to authorize Chief District Officers (CDO) to enforce ‘prohibitory orders’ in their respective districts based on analysis and recommendations from District COVID-19 Crisis Management Centers (DCCMC). From 19 August ...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #22 | 11 September 2020 Prohibitory orders have been eased or lifted in the majority of districts. On 9 September the three District Administration Office (DAO) of Kathmandu Valley decided to relax their prohibitory orders allowing certain business activities, including sho...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #23 | 25 September 2020 Prohibitory orders have been eased in most districts, including those in Kathmandu Valley, starting 9 September, with the continuation of certain restrictions. Vehicular movement, including public transportation, has been permitted on the basis of od...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #24 | 09 October 2020 The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) on 4 October urged the general public to stay where they are to celebrate the upcoming Dashain and Tihar festivals (these are the main Nepali festivals where people traditional travel to visit their famili...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Nepal COVID-19: Cluster and Monsoon Update #25 | 25 October 2020 The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) recently updated key guidelines to manage COVID-19 cases throughout the country including the continuation of laboratory services during the upcoming festivals. Details of these guidelines below • MoH...
UNRCHCO, (2020)
Health : Nepal Earthquake Cluster Brief ( August 2015 ) A total of 446 public health facilities were completely destroyed while an additional 765 health facilities or administrative structures were partially damaged by the 25 April earthquake and the subsequent aftershocks. More than three months into the...
UNOCHA, (2015)
COVID-19 and post monsoon Sitrep #48 SITUATION OVERVIEW Unseasonal, heavy rains beginning 17 October in the West of Nepal and continuing for several days, moving east on 19 October have left a wake of deaths, missing persons, damage to roads, bridges, hydropower stations and other phys...
UNRCHCO, (2022)
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)