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Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 4 (as of 21 August 2017) This report is produced by Office of the Resident Coordinator Nepal in collaboration with humanitarian partners and includes the preparedness and aid provided for the relief of the flood victims.As reported on 18th August, the Government of Nepal ha...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 8 (as of 13 September 2017) The UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund has allocated US$4.8 million to flood response efforts in Nepal. To-date, over 1 million flood affected people have benefited from humanitarian assistance from 9 Clusters. Preparations for next week’s election...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 9 (as of 20 September 2017) Elections in Province 2 have contributed to a major slow down in relief activities. Combined humanitarian Clusters face a shortfall of US$32 million for flood response activities. This is the last Sit Rep that the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office(UN...
UNRCO, (2017)
Kavrepalanchok District: Shelter Recovery Assessment, 30 May-4 June 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Okhaldhunga District: Shelter Recovery Assessment, 26 May-31 May 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Nepal: Flooding Response Plan (August 2017-February 2018) Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 p...
UNRCO, (2017)
NEPAL FLOOD RESPONSE DTM NEPAL REPORT ROUND 1 21ST-29TH August 2017 Beginning on 11 August 2017, the worst rains in 15 years struck Nepal, triggering widespread large-scale flooding and landslides in many districts in Nepal causing many damages to life and property. The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is designed...
IOM, (2017)
VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN NEPAL "No More Suffering" Child Sexual Abuse in Nepal: Children's Perspectives WITH REFERENCE TO STUDY IN FOUR DISTRICTS Child sexual abuse (CSA) has been recognized dorsed by all South Asian countries also stressed the as a social malaise, prevalent within critical need for research and awareness raising on the and outside the homes and among all socio- issue of child...
UNICEF, CWIN, (2005)
Under The Tent When the earthquake struck on 25 April 2015, it razed to the ground, or damaged hundreds of thousands of homes mainly made of mud mortar and stones. Due to recurring aftershocks people took refuge in makeshift shelters next to their damaged homes, or...
UNICEF, (2016)
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)