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‘We need a house to live in’

Man Kaji viser sit ødelagte hus, da han bærer nødhjælpen hjem.Man Kaji shows his destroyed house as he carries the emergency aid home.

 

In the aftermath of the Nepal earthquakes, the elderly and people with disabilities are some of the most vulnerable. Man Kaji and Maili Maya are some of the beneficiaries of Mission East’s relief efforts. The rebuilding commences after the monsoon.



Nepal Situation Report 12: Rebuilt houses in Nepal must be earthquake resistant

Mission East works intensely to rebuild villages after the earthquakes in Nepal. Earthquake resistant building methods are implemented.

The risk of a new earthquake is always present, but damages can be decreased if the houses are being reconstructed following earthquake resistant methods.



Nepal Situation Report 11: Mission East in Nepal: Relief aid and latrines must be accessible to everybody

Mission East in Nepal: Relief aid and latrines must be accessible to everybody

Hygiene and inclusion of vulnerable groups is on the agenda in the emergency response in Nepal.

Mission East and partners do follow-ups on hygiene education in the remote villages, while materials for more than 1,800 latrines has been distributed so far. The construction of latrines secures accessibility for elders, women, children and people with disabilities. Furthermore, Mission East’s Gender and Social Inclusion Specialist has provided training for staff in how to include these vulnerable groups.

 

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