- Govt. Nepal: Post Disaster Needs Assessment - Executive Summary, Key Findings
- Nepal Earthquake Assessment Unit: Monthly Situation Update 01.07.2015
- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin Nepal Earthquake Issue 01 | 1 – 30 June 2015
- Latest Situation Reports
Appeals & Funding
- Int'l Conference on Nepal's Reconstruction, 25 Jun 2015
- Nepal Flash Appeal Revision: Nepal Earthquake Apr-Sep 2015
- Flash Appeal - Business Guide
- LogIK - Logistics Information About In-Kind Relief Aid
- Guide to Giving
Iraq - Conflict
• Lack of access to safety remains a grave concern as internally displaced persons (IDPs) from AlAnbar governorate are being prevented from leaving insecure areas.
• Threats of forced evictions, displacement and return movements in central Iraq are multiplying.
• Residents of Al Riyadh sub-district, in southwest Kirkuk, were requested by ISF to leave their village on 2 July.
Providing shelter to people affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which struck Nepal on 25 April is a herculean task. Over half a million homes have been totally destroyed in Central Nepal, and a further 260 000 partially damaged. The challenge becomes even more intimidating when considering that a vast proportion of the devastated hamlets are not accessible by road, and many were cut off by the multiple landslides caused by the earthquake and numerous aftershocks. As the monsoon begins, it is urgent that everyone gets a roof over their head.
UNHAS Nepal at a Glance
With a fleet of four Mi-8 and two AS350 helicopters, UNHAS provides services to more than 100 user organizations comprising NGOs, UN agencies, donors, the diplomatic community and humanitarian implementing partners.
Air services provided include:
Dedicated Flights for assessments or monitoring and evaluation missions re- quiring time on ground at destination
On 25 June, the Government of Nepal hosted International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction with the aim of raising financial support for reconstruction and resilient recovery of Nepal.
Nepal’s donor partners and neighbours pledged a total of USD 4.4 billion against the Post Disaster Needs Assessment estimate of USD 6.7 billion worth of damage from the earthquake.
Government line ministries and partners continue to respond to unmet humanitarian needs of 2.8 million earthquake-affected people.
Start of monsoon season limit access and delay ongoing relief operations.
Traditional Nepali methods used to deliver goods to remote mountainous villages.
Estimated number of people in need of humanitarian assistance 2.8 million
Most-affected districtsNo. of houses destroyed 598,401
No. of houses damaged 283,585
By Niki Clark, IFRC
2 July 2015
We know you may have questions about our emergency operations in Nepal. Here are some answers to questions raised on social media recently.
Q. I’ve seen reports that WFP is threatening to leave Nepal. Is this true?
A. No, this is not true. WFP has been in Nepal for more than 50 years - since 1964. We remain committed to working together with the Nepalese government and people to help with the recovery after the 25 April earthquake and, in the longer term, to achieve the government’s aim of ending hunger.
- Trabajarán con integrantes de la Unidad de Respuesta en Emergencia de Cruz Roja Canadiense
- Apoyarán en cirugías, en cuidado a pacientes, atención médica y pre hospitalaria a la población
México D.F. a 01 de julio de 2015.- Los socorristas Gerardo Escalante y Juan Manuel Bérjano de Cruz Roja Mexicana, partirán hoy con destino a Nepal para asistir en los trabajos humanitarios a favor de la población de esa nación asiática, que resultó afectada tras el terremoto del pasado mes de abril.
In addition to public buildings, IOM has begun to support debris management and demolition for unsafe or damaged, privately owned buildings in Chautara.
IOM’s DTM teams are rolling out a household level Return Intentions Survey, and have completed data collection from 30 displacement sites in Kathmandu Valley.
Setting standards: Leading Nepal children’s charity shows how earthquake appeal funds saved lives
Since a huge earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April 2015, Childreach Nepal have reached over 2,500 households with emergency aid in Sindhupalchowk district.
Childreach Nepal have created24temporary learning centres enabling over 4,000 children to continue their education and be safe from child trafficking and other forms of abuse.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND HUMANITARIAN PRIORITIES