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OCHA Nepal Situation Overview, Issue No. 50 (July 2009) Highlights: 1. Laboratory tests confirm Influenza A (H1N1) virus cases in Nepal 2. Government scraps UCPN-Maoists' decision on Chief of Army, Cabinet of new coalition still to be formed 3. UN political mission in Nepal (UNMIN) extended by six mont...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Nepal- FWR/MWR Floods and Landslides: Situation Report # 2(12 October 2009) Highlights: 1. Total number of reported deaths due to flooding and landslides in Mid and Far West regions has reached 58, with 9 people missing and 29 injured 2. Assessments are ongoing, however, estimates suggest approximately 2,600 families displ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
FINAL REPORT: UNFPA Nepal Emergency Response Evaluation A Joint Initiative of UNFPA and the Columbia University School for International and Public Affairs Columbia University New York, NY May 2009 Nepal is simultaneously a developing country, a country in transition, and a country in humanitarian crisis. The fact that Nepal is vulnerable to natural disasters only further compounds the country’s challenge for social, economic, and political dev...
UNFPA, (2009)
UN OCHA Koshi Floods Situation Update February 2009 Following the Government of Nepal’s (GoN) recent Detailed Damage Assessment/verification process, approximately 42,807 Nepalis (7,572HH) are recorded as being affected by flooding in the Saptari and Sunsari Districts in August 2008, in addition to an...
UNOCHA, (2009)
UN OCHA Koshi Floods Situation Update January 2009 The Government of Nepal estimates approximately 70,000 people were affected by flooding in the Saptari and Sunsari Districts. According to the preliminary results of the inter-agency Koshi River Flood Impact assessment, a total of 66,500 individuals ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
UN OCHA Koshi Floods Situation Update January 2009 The Government of Nepal estimates approximately 70,000 people were affected by flooding in the Saptari and Sunsari Districts. According to the preliminary results of the inter-agency Koshi River Flood Impact assessment, a total of 66,500 individuals ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
UN OCHA, Biratnagar: Koshi Floods Situation Update March 2009 Approximately 42,807 Nepalese (7,572 households [HH]) were affected by the Koshi floods in Sunsari and Saptai Districts in August 2008, in addition to an estimated 11,000 Indian nationals (2,328HH), according to the Government of Nepal’s (GoN) Detai...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Child Protection in Emergencies Lesson Learnt Workshop on 2008 Flooding in Nepal The breach of the Koshi dam on the 18th of August 2008 resulted in massive flooding across Sunsari and Saptari districts in the east of Nepal. Over 60,000 people were displaced, taking refuge in schools, and eventually long -term IDP camps. In Septem...
UNICEF, (2009)
Child Protection Sub-Cluster Contingency Plan This contingency plan has been prepared for the CPSC to ensure that in any emergency scenario,particularly floods, landslides, earthquakes and civil unrest, the national and district-level CPSCs are prepared and can respond with maximum efficacy to c...
UNICEF, (2009)
Rapid Hazard and Risk Assessment Post-Flood Return Analysis Flooding is a common phenomenon in the Himalayan Rivers. Every year floods affect thousands of people in the Himalayan region. Every year the monsoon floods of immense magnitude from the Himalayan Rivers cause huge loss in terms of damage and disrupt...
UNESCO, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 13 May 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners. Ap...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 16 April 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners. Ap...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 20 May 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners.Thi...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 22 April 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners. Ap...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 29 April 2009 Sunsari District This Koshi Flood Response Update is based on information received from the weekly Koshi Flood General Coordination Meeting, chaired by the Sunsari Chief District Officer (CDO), Government of Nepal District Offices, UN Agencies and relief partners. Ap...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Response Update 6 May 2009 Sunsari District The majority of Koshi flood-affected displaced households returned to their area of pre-flood origin. However, the flood displaced households from the heavily sanded areas returned with limited shelter, access to basic facilities including drinking w...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Situation Report, 1 April 2009 Approximately 42,807 Nepalese (7,572 households [HH]) were affected by the Koshi floods in Sunsari and Saptai Districts on 18 August 2008, in addition to an estimated 11,000 Indian nationals (2,328HH), according to the Government of Nepal’s (GoN) De...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi Flood Situation Report, 26 February 2009 This situation report is based on information received from UN Agencies and humanitarian partners, government sources, and OCHA staff. The Koshi Victim Struggle Committee (KVSC) continues its protest program one week on. The strikes have disrupted re...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Situation Update on Communicable Diseases Updates on the following: Diarrheal Outbreak, Pandemic H1N1, Outbreak in Sindhuli, Communicable Diseases during floods. #Floods #NepalFloods2009...
WHO, (2009)
Nepal: District Affected by Floods and Landslides in the Mid West and Far West Region (as of 13 Oct, 2009) Highlights: Affected Districts: 11 Deaths: 58 Missing: 9 Injured: 29 Displaced Families (HH): 2,654 Affected Families (HH): 18,463 Houses Completely Damaged: 482 Houses Partially Damaged: 1,140 #Floods #NepalFloods2009 #Landslide ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Koshi River Flood: Land Assessment of Affected VDC's Indicating Percentage of Total and Partial Damage (DADO) This map represents the land assessment of affected VDC indicating percentage of total and partial damage by Koshi river flood. #KoshiRiver #Floods #NepalFloods2009...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Nepal : District Affected by Floods and Landslides in the West Nepal: (4 Oct to 7 Oct, 2009) Highlights: Affected District: 11 Deaths: 42 Recorded Injured: 8 Displaced Families (HH): 1,164 Affected Families (HH): 3,799 Houses Completely Damaged: 21 Houses Partially Damaged: 13 #Floods #NepalFloods2009 #Landslide #Disaster ...
UNOCHA, (2009)