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Nepal Situation Report 14: Six months after the earthquakes

Nepal Situation Report 14: Six months after the earthquakes

8,480 households in Sindhupalchowk District have received assistance from Mission East and partners since major earthquakes hit Nepal in April and May 2015.



Inclusive approach to disaster risk reduction

Mission East has been working towards inclusive development in remote areas of Nepal since 2007.
Since 2007 Mission East has been working towards inclusive development in remote areas of Nepal. Our expertise and achievements are reflected in a recent publication by CBM International which explains our approach to addressing the growing inequality in disaster risk reduction via the Accessibility, Communication, Attitude and Participation (ACAP) framework. 


Nepal Situation Report 13: Hygiene kits and latrines prevent diseases in Nepal

Nepal Situation Report 13

8,480 families of the earthquake struck area of Sindhupalchowk district now have access to emergency relief items, clean water and hygiene kits.



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.

 


Nepal Situation Report 9: The Nepalese people are thankful for emergency response

Relief workers had to dig their way through landslides to reach the thankful beneficiaries in Nepal’s remote villages.

The monsoon creates more and more challenges for the emergency response in Nepal. Several helicopter flights have been cancelled, and landslides are blocking the roads. Response teams have had to dig their way through landslides and walk for several hours to reach the remote villages.



Nepal situation report 8: Fear of child and woman trafficking

The emergency response in Nepal is proceeding, but security is still a concern for the population in the affected areas.

The response after the earthquakes in Nepal is proceeding but there is growing concern for trafficking of women and children. Poor weather conditions are also a challenge and the Mission East and Medair team was stuck in district headquarters Chautara for two days.



Nepal Situation Report 10: Now reconstruction can begin in Nepal

Latrines have been distributed to earthquake victims in Nepal together with tools to clear the ground.

As the emergency response after the earthquakes in Nepal is drawing to a close, Mission East and Medair have started focusing on reconstruction.



Nepal Situation Report 7: Earthquake Emergency Response

”We are so thankful! We now have protection against the monsoon”, says a Nepalese woman after receiving relief aid in the village, Gati.

On the16th of June, Mission East and Medair successfully distributed shelter recourses and household items out to 695 families in Gati village in the Sindhupalchowk district, north east of the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu.

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