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NEPAL: Diarrhoea Outbreak in Mid West and Far West Region (14 July, 2009) District Public Health Office confirms 103 diarrhoea related deaths in Jajarkot District from 1 May to 13 July 2009, and 25 diarrhoea related deaths in Rukum District from 29 June to 13 July, currently under investigation. District Line Agencies are ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Post-Emergency Syndromic Disease Surveillance Guidelines: Epidemiology & Disease Control Division Highlights: 1. Syndromic disease surveillance is NOT a replacement of regular surveillance systems 2. It is an active reporting system to enhance surveillance and ensure quick flow of information in periods of increased health risks during or short...
GoN, WHO, (2014)
Regional Earthquake Recovery Dialogue for Building Back Better Organized by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, SAARC Disaster Management Centre and National Planning Commission, Government of Nepal The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) along with SAARC Disaster Management Centre (SDMC) and the National Planning Commission (NPC), Government of Nepal organised a regional recovery dialogue for building ...
GON, SAARC, ESCAP, (2015)
Humanitarian Crisis After the Nepal Earthquakes 2015: Initial Public Health Risk Assessment and Interventions, May 2015 The purpose of this public health risk assessment is to provide all health sector partners, including professionals of local and national authorities, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), donor agencies and United Nations agencies currently working ...
WHO, (2015)
Health Cluster Coordination Meeting - WHO/UN House: 5 May 2015 Source: http://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/nepal/document/150505-health-cluster-meeting-minutes Assessment of the health care needs and treatment of the injured is on-going in the affected districts. Response coordination, includi...
HC/UN, WHO, (2015)
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)
GENDER EQUALITY UPDATE NO. 12 Nepal Flood Response 2017 UPDATE No. 12 Although the legal frameworks of Nepal largely support gender equality and social inclusion, various social norms and discriminatory practices have a devastating impact on the most vulnerable and marginalized populations when disaster strikes. Integ...
UNWOMEN, (2017)
UNICEF WASH RESPONSE Earthquake April 25 2015 Update as of Jan , 2016 Nine months after the devastating earthquakes of 25 April and 12 May which struck Nepal, the overall humanitarian situation has improved. The aftershocks are still being experienced though their frequencies are quite rare these days, and most of the...
UNICEF, (2016)
Key Note Address by Honorable Dr. Min Bahadur Shrestha, Vice Chairman, and National Planning Commission of Nepal during Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development 2017: Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction for Poverty Eradication in Asia-Pacific. This bulletin includes statement by Honorable Dr. Min Bahadur Shrestha, Vice Chairman, and National Planning Commission of Nepal during Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development 2017: Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction for Poverty Eradicati...
GON, UNESCAP, (2017)
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)
After-Action Review of Nepal Earthquake Response: Final Report Crisis Response Unit United Nations Development Programme 24 November 2016 Abhijit Bhattacharjee On 25 April 2015, a devastating earthquake hit Nepal causing severe destruction of lives and property in 14 of the country’s 75 districts. This was followed by another severe earthquake on 12 May which further worsened the humanitarian situation.The ...
UNDP, (2016)
Supporting Nepal In Building Back Better: Disaster And Climate Risk Management (August 2015) The two recent earthquakesthatstruck Nepal in April, and May 2015 caused landslides, weakened hilltops and sent hundreds of thousands of poorly built structures, especially in rural areas, to the groundNepal is a hazard-prone nation: the 11th worldwi...
UNDP, (2015)