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Humanitarian Bulletin - Nepal Earthquake: Issue 01 (as of 1 – 30 June 2015)
Abstract:
Following the 25 April earthquake, the Government of Nepal (GoN) immediately activated the National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) in line with the National Disaster Response Framework. The Central Natural Disaster Relief Committee convened its emergency meeting in NEOC within two hours. The Cabinet shortly declared an emergency in 14 highly affected districts and appealed for international humanitarian assistance.Through the Central Command Post established within the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government mobilised 66,069 Nepal Army personnel, 41,776 from the Nepal Police, 24,775 from the Armed Police Force and 22,500 civil servants in the field for rescue operations, relief distribution and data collection. A total of 7,606 people were evacuated by 4,299 Nepal Army flights and private sector helicopters. Under the guidance of NEOC, the Multinational Military Coordination Center and On-Site Operations Coordination Centre coordinated the mobilisation of a total of 4,521 search and rescue personnel from 34 different countries.Further, the authorities coordinated the distribution of food and non-food items and facilitated the provision of health services free-of-charge to thousands of survivors with the support of humanitarian actors.On 25 June, the GoN convened the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction, which was informed by the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment. Donors pledged around US$4.4 billion for recovery and reconstruction.
Publisher: UNOCHA Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, SEISMIC ACTIVITY, NATURAL DISASTERS, LANDSLIDES, FLOODS, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, DISASTER RELIEF, DISASTER VICTIMS, HUMANITARIAN NEEDS, HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE, HUMANITARIAN PARTNERS, AID PROGRAMMES, EMERGENCY SHELTER, RELIEF TRANSPORT, FUNDING, RELIEF CORRIDORS, RELIEF PERSONNEL, REMOTE ACCESS, EDUCATION, SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD TRAFFICKING, PROTECTION, EARLY RECOVERY, CULTURAL HERITAGE, DEBRIS MANAGEMENT, AID COORDINATION
Thematic Group:
UNOCHA, (2015)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
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Feeder: YASHOHANGMARAI, Editor: ALISHATHAPALIYA, Auditor:
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Humanitarian Bulletin - Nepal Earthquake: Issue 01 (as of 1 – 30 June 2015)
Abstract:
Following the 25 April earthquake, the Government of Nepal (GoN) immediately activated the National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) in line with the National Disaster Response Framework. The Central Natural Disaster Relief Committee convened its emergency meeting in NEOC within two hours. The Cabinet shortly declared an emergency in 14 highly affected districts and appealed for international humanitarian assistance. Through the Central Command Post established within the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government mobilised 66,069 Nepal Army personnel, 41,776 from the Nepal Police, 24,775 from the Armed Police Force and 22,500 civil servants in the field for rescue operations, relief distribution and data collection. A total of 7,606 people were evacuated by 4,299 Nepal Army flights and private sector helicopters. Under the guidance of NEOC, the Multinational Military Coordination Center and On-Site Operations Coordination Centre coordinated the mobilisation of a total of 4,521 search and rescue personnel from 34 different countries. Further, the authorities coordinated the distribution of food and non-food items and facilitated the provision of health services free-of-charge to thousands of survivors with the support of humanitarian actors. On 25 June, the GoN convened the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction, which was informed by the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment. Donors pledged around US$4.4 billion for recovery and reconstruction.
Publisher: UNOCHA Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, LANDSLIDES, FLOODS, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, DISASTER RELIEF, DISASTER VICTIMS, HUMANITARIAN NEEDS, HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE, HUMANITARIAN PARTNERS, AID PROGRAMMES, EMERGENCY SHELTER, RELIEF TRANSPORT, FUNDING, RELIEF CORRIDORS, RELIEF PERSONNEL, REMOTE ACCESS, EDUCATION, SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD TRAFFICKING, PROTECTION, EARLY RECOVERY, CULTURAL HERITAGE, DEBRIS MANAGEMENT, AID COORDINATION
Thematic Group:
UNOCHA, (2015)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
PDF | File Size: 570 KB   Download
Feeder: YASHOHANGMARAI, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Humanitarian Bulletin - Nepal Earthquake: Issue 01 (as of 1 – 30 June 2015)
Abstract:
Following the 25 April earthquake, the Government of Nepal (GoN) immediately activated the National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) in line with the National Disaster Response Framework. The Central Natural Disaster Relief Committee convened its emergency meeting in NEOC within two hours. The Cabinet shortly declared an emergency in 14 highly affected districts and appealed for international humanitarian assistance. Through the Central Command Post established within the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government mobilised 66,069 Nepal Army personnel, 41,776 from the Nepal Police, 24,775 from the Armed Police Force and 22,500 civil servants in the field for rescue operations, relief distribution and data collection. A total of 7,606 people were evacuated by 4,299 Nepal Army flights and private sector helicopters. Under the guidance of NEOC, the Multinational Military Coordination Center and On-Site Operations Coordination Centre coordinated the mobilisation of a total of 4,521 search and rescue personnel from 34 different countries. Further, the authorities coordinated the distribution of food and non-food items and facilitated the provision of health services free-of-charge to thousands of survivors with the support of humanitarian actors. On 25 June, the GoN convened the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction, which was informed by the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment. Donors pledged around US$4.4 billion for recovery and reconstruction.
Publisher: UNOCHA Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, LANDSLIDES, FLOODS, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, DISASTER RELIEF, DISASTER VICTIMS, HUMANITARIAN NEEDS, HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE, HUMANITARIAN PARTNERS, AID PROGRAMMES, EMERGENCY SHELTER, RELIEF TRANSPORT, FUNDING, RELIEF CORRIDORS, RELIEF PERSONNEL, REMOTE ACCESS, EDUCATION, SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD TRAFFICKING, PROTECTION, EARLY RECOVERY, CULTURAL HERITAGE, DEBRIS MANAGEMENT, AID COORDINATION
Thematic Group:
UNOCHA, (2015)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
PDF | File Size: 570 KB   Download
Feeder: YASHOHANGMARAI, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Humanitarian Bulletin - Nepal Earthquake: Issue 01 (as of 1 – 30 June 2015)
Abstract:
Following the 25 April earthquake, the Government of Nepal (GoN) immediately activated the National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) in line with the National Disaster Response Framework. The Central Natural Disaster Relief Committee convened its emergency meeting in NEOC within two hours. The Cabinet shortly declared an emergency in 14 highly affected districts and appealed for international humanitarian assistance. Through the Central Command Post established within the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government mobilised 66,069 Nepal Army personnel, 41,776 from the Nepal Police, 24,775 from the Armed Police Force and 22,500 civil servants in the field for rescue operations, relief distribution and data collection. A total of 7,606 people were evacuated by 4,299 Nepal Army flights and private sector helicopters. Under the guidance of NEOC, the Multinational Military Coordination Center and On-Site Operations Coordination Centre coordinated the mobilisation of a total of 4,521 search and rescue personnel from 34 different countries. Further, the authorities coordinated the distribution of food and non-food items and facilitated the provision of health services free-of-charge to thousands of survivors with the support of humanitarian actors. On 25 June, the GoN convened the International Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction, which was informed by the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment. Donors pledged around US$4.4 billion for recovery and reconstruction.
Publisher: UNOCHA Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, SEISMIC ACTIVITY, NATURAL DISASTERS, LANDSLIDES, FLOODS, EARTHQUAKE ZONES, DISASTER RELIEF, DISASTER VICTIMS, HUMANITARIAN NEEDS, HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE, HUMANITARIAN PARTNERS, AID PROGRAMMES, EMERGENCY SHELTER, RELIEF TRANSPORT, FUNDING, RELIEF CORRIDORS, RELIEF PERSONNEL, REMOTE ACCESS, EDUCATION, SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD TRAFFICKING, PROTECTION, EARLY RECOVERY, CULTURAL HERITAGE, DEBRIS MANAGEMENT, AID COORDINATION
Thematic Group:
UNOCHA, (2015)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
PDF | File Size: 570 KB   Download
Feeder: YASHOHANGMARAI, Editor: , Auditor:
...