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Early Recovery Cluster: Nepal Earthquake Cluster Response ( April to September 2015 )
Abstract:
Highlights: 1. Debris management and safe demolition: An estimated 93,000 households benefitted from safe demolition and debris removal. The shift of implementation strategy to prioritise public buildings over private buildings contributed to a reach 250 per cent of the initial cluster target. 2. Community infrastructure and livelihood recovery: Some 81,000 households benefitted from road clearance and rehabilitation of infrastructure and community assets and 16,950 women and men were supported for market and livelihood recovery. Partners are shifting to long term programmes in livelihoods and community infrastructure which is expected to address remaining gaps. 3. Restoration of critical local services: Support to restore critical public services such as establishing temporary local government offices and other public buildings is benefiting an estimated 105,000 households. Nearly 21,000 women and men benefitted from cash-for-work programmes. This is well under the cluster target due to: 1) the change of debris management strategy; 2) the availability of workers where own seasonal work (agricultural) is prioritized.
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, NATURAL PHENOMENA, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE, DONOR COUNTRIES, HOUSEHOLDS, AGRICULTURE, RECONSTRUCTION, CAPACITY BUILDING, FOOD SECURITY, LIVELIHOODS, CONSTRUCTION, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, EMERGENCY RELIEF, DISASTER RELIEF, EMERGENCY SHELTER, DISASTER PREPAREDNESS, EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2015)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
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Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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Early Recovery Cluster: Nepal Earthquake Cluster Response ER Brief #6 Oct 1 2015 ( April to September 2015 )
Abstract:
Highlights: 1. Debris management and safe demolition: An estimated 93,000 households benefitted from safe demolition and debris removal. The shift of implementation strategy to prioritise public buildings over private buildings contributed to a reach 250 per cent of the initial cluster target. 2. Community infrastructure and livelihood recovery: Some 81,000 households benefitted from road clearance and rehabilitation of infrastructure and community assets and 16,950 women and men were supported for market and livelihood recovery. Partners are shifting to long term programmes in livelihoods and community infrastructure which is expected to address remaining gaps. 3. Restoration of critical local services: Support to restore critical public services such as establishing temporary local government offices and other public buildings is benefiting an estimated 105,000 households. Nearly 21,000 women and men benefitted from cash-for-work programmes. This is well under the cluster target due to: 1) the change of debris management strategy; 2) the availability of workers where own seasonal work (agricultural) is prioritized.
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
EARTHQUAKES, NATURAL DISASTERS, NATURAL PHENOMENA, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE, DONOR COUNTRIES, HOUSEHOLDS, AGRICULTURE, RECONSTRUCTION, CAPACITY BUILDING, FOOD SECURITY, LIVELIHOODS, CONSTRUCTION, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, EMERGENCY RELIEF, DISASTER RELIEF, EMERGENCY SHELTER, DISASTER PREPAREDNESS, EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2015)
Thesaurus:
13.02.00 - Disaster Prevention, Preparedness And Relief
PDF | File Size: 1.88 MB   Download
Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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