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Gender Equality - Update No. 5 ( 17th September 2015) The Inter-Cluster Gender Working Group is supporting the integration of Gender Equality to the ongoing transition process with the view to identifying priorities going into the recovery and reconstruction phase of the response. The Gender Equality an...
UNWOMEN, UNOCHA, (2015)
NEPAL FLOODS Beginning 11 August 2017 NEPAL FLOODS Beginning 11 August 2017, Nepal has experienced its worst rains in 15 years.The flooding impact 1.7 million people where 461 thousand people are displaced, 143 dead, 30 missing and 43 injured. 35 out of 75 districts were affected where ...
UNOCHA, (2017)
Early Recovery Nepal (as of 2 June 2015) This map shows the geographic coverage and total number of early recovery programme by districts and by three pillars. The map is generated based on 4W database consolidated by ER Cluster as of 1 June 2015. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #UNOCHA #...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake - VDC Level 4W for Baglung District as of 15 May This all map shows the different cluster activities in different district and these all data provided by the Nepal Humanitarian Clusters. #NaturalDisasters #Relief #Services #UNOCHA #2015...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Race Against Time to Meet Basic Needs of Quake-survivors in Nepal (Kathmandu/Bangkok, 15 May 2015) The window of opportunity to provide vital relief to people in Nepal affected by the recent earthquakes is closing quickly, as urgent funding requirements remain unmet. To date, barely US$ 59.5 million, or 14 per cent...
UNOCHA, (2015)
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)
Nepal Earthquake Humanitarian Response April to September 2015 On 25 April and 12 May, two back-to-back major earthquakes struck Nepal causing thousands of deaths and severe destruction to infrastructure and livelihoods – the disaster is among the worst to hit the Asia-Pacific region this year. Together with the...
UNOCHA, (2015)
NEPAL Earthquake: Humanitarian Snapshot Five months after the first of the two devastating earthquakes hit Nepal, the immediate humanitarian needs of the earthquake-affected people have largely been met with responders now transitioning to recovery and rehabilitation programming. On 30 Sep...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal: Earthquake 2015 Situation Report No. 18 (as of 25 May 2015) One month since the 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, relief operations continue to scale up ahead of the monsoon season. Over 300 agencies are supporting the Government-led response. 1.Humanitarian partners estimate some 2.8 million people are ...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal: Earthquake 2015 Situation Report No. 20 (as of 3 June 2015) This report consists of: 1. As of 3 June, the Government of Nepal confirmed over 500,000 houses were destroyed and 8,700 people killed by the earthquakes. 2. About two weeks remain until monsoon rains begin to significantly affect ongoing relief op...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Flash Appeal Revision Nepal Earthquake This document is produced by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 25 April to 30 September 2015. It was first issued on 29 April 2015 and revised...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Investigating Allegations of Extra-Judicial Killings in the Terai OHCHR-Nepal (Summary of Concerns) OHCHR supports government efforts to counter criminal activity, increase public security and enhance respect for the law, but stresses that these initiatives should be consistent with international human rights standards and the Interim Constitution....
UNOCHA, UNOHCHR, (2010)
Mainstreaming Gender Equality in Preparedness and Response in Nepal: A Resource Guide he resource guide sets out responsibilities for collective coordination under the leadership of the Nepal UNCT/HCT to ensure that human rights of women, girls, boys and men across different backgrounds are equally promoted and protected, and their di...
UNOCHA, UNWOMEN, IASC ,GENCAP, (2016)