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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)
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)
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)
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 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)
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)
Emergency and Humanitarian Action, WHO Nepal Nepal Floods and Landslides Health Update The monsoon began on 20 July with few incidents of landslides and flooding in some parts of the country From 27 July, incessant rains in Nepal caused a mid -scale disaster in Terai (lowlands) and hill areas of the country As of 29 July, Nepal Red...
WHO, (2007)
Emergency Health Action in Nepal This year the monsoon rains arrived on 10 July and triggered severe landslides and localized flooding in some parts of the country. From 12 to 15 July, 26 people died due to landslides in remote Village Development Committees (VDCs) in Baglung and Ba...
WHO, (2007)
Inter-Agency Rapid Flood Assessment WFP-UNICEF-Save the Children Alliance Nepal - August 2007 Heavy rain for a period of two weeks caused major flooding in the Terai at the end of July. In mid-August, a second period of rain resulted in renewed flooding in many areas. By the end of August most flood water had receded and areas were accessible...
WFP, (2007)