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22 Aug 2017 description

This district profile outlines the current activities by partner organisations (POs) in post-earthquake recovery and reconstruction. It is based on 4W and secondary data collected from POs on their recent activities pertaining to housing sector. Further, it captures a wide range of planned, ongoing and completed activities within the HRRP framework. For additional information, please refer to the HRRP dashboard.

22 Aug 2017 description

This district profile outlines the current activities by partner organisations (POs) in post-earthquake recovery and reconstruction. It is based on 4W and secondary data collected from POs on their recent activities pertaining to housing sector. Further, it captures a wide range of planned, ongoing and completed activities within the HRRP framework. For additional information, please refer to the HRRP dashboard.

22 Aug 2017 description

This district profile outlines the current activities by partner organisations (POs) in post-earthquake recovery and reconstruction. It is based on 4W and secondary data collected from POs on their recent activities pertaining to housing sector. Further, it captures a wide range of planned, ongoing and completed activities within the HRRP framework. For additional information, please refer to the HRRP dashboard.

18 Aug 2017 description

By Julie Bell

DHADING DISTRICT, Nepal – The evidence of learning interrupted was everywhere. Notebooks and stray paper, broken chairs and tables were strewn across a classroom at Janajagriti Higher Secondary School – the aftermath of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that rocked Nepal on April 25, 2015.

18 Aug 2017 description

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This map highlights the coverage/status of helpdesk/ technical support center in related VDC/Municipality.
Further, the number labels indicates the number of technical support center (planned or ongoing or phased out) in respective VDC/Municipality.

18 Aug 2017 description

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This map highlights the number of beneficiaries/houses have been Supported by POs (INGOs) for II installment in Sindhupalchok district.The figure of beneficiaries/ houses was sourced form HRRP 4W-R35 . Further, the labels in the map (Example: Gumba- 100) means that 100 beneficiaries/houses have been Supported for GoN installment by POs as the labels (name) in the respective VDC/ Municipality.

15 Aug 2017 description

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These charts indicate the building typology in 14 most affected districts and 17 affected districts as reported by Nepal Rreconstruction Authority (NRA) household survey conducted by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).

14 Aug 2017 description

• Susceptibility to natural disasters, vulnerability to price fluctuations in agriculture-dependent regions, civil unrest, challenging geography and poor infrastructure have contributed to persistent food insecurity in Nepal. Since a decade-long civil war ended in 2006, Nepal has made slow social progress, with much of its population still in poverty. According to the UN World Food Program, one-quarter of the nation’s population lives on $1.25 or less per day.

11 Aug 2017 description
report Terre des hommes

1. At a Glance

“We are the first generation to be able to end poverty, and the last generation that can take steps to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.” Ban Ki-moon Former Secretary-General of the United Nations

10 Aug 2017 description

WHO supports District Health Authorities and health sector partners to strengthen disease surveillance & response and support the strengthening of health services during post disaster recovery.

09 Aug 2017 description

Baliyo Ghar (Strong House) delivering the skills needed to help Nepal build back safer

09 Aug 2017 description

WHO supports the Ministry of Health at central and district level in collaboration with key mental health stakeholders to provide mental health and psychosocial support services to the victims of the earthquake.

07 Aug 2017 description

This project aims to strengthen local capacity for emergency preparedness through a Community-Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) approach and to increase the resilience of livelihoods through the prevention of landslide disasters and establishment of safer agricultural livelihood strategies. Prevention of landslide disasters in the targeted watershed areas reduces the loss of life and livelihoods related to such hazards.

07 Aug 2017 description

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This map highlights the per cent of masons trained through 7 day short training curriculum as per HRRP 4W - R36, based on the targets (mason required per HH) defined in ward-level key informant survey conducted in Gorkha district by HRRP in Jan 2016.

The survey indicates how many existing masons per HH are there and assuming all the existing masons should train through the 7 day training. However, please note that an official target for the short training is still absent from NRA

07 Aug 2017 description

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The highlighted areas represent the VDCs which have not received any form of technical assistance as per HRRP 4W - R36, with an overlay on the per cent of damaged (Grade III - V) structures per VDC.

Kindly refer to the map TA-ActivityAnalysis-ID0379 for more details regarding the gaps highlighted in this map.

07 Aug 2017 description

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This map highlights the percentage of masons trained through vocational training curriculum (50 days) as per HRRP 4W - R36, based on the targets defined by NRA (DRAFT - Training Strategy).

07 Aug 2017 description

The coverage of TA is defined according the presence (planned and on-going) of the following 6 activities and the VDCs highlighted suggest the summation of the activities presented:

a. Community/household orientation with more than 1 session.

b. Continuous Door to door technical assistance (Mobile Technical Support)

c. Short training for Masons (Target achieved)

d. Vocation/on the job training for masons (Target achieved)

e. Helpdesk/Technical Support Center

f. Demonstration construction

g. Reconstruction Coordination Committee

07 Aug 2017 description
report Start Network

Summary

As part of the Transforming Surge Capacity project, seven international humanitarian NGOs have come together to test out collaborative app roaches to surge response in the Asia region. This case study highlights how Islamic Relief, one of the platform partners moving towards more regionalised surge systems, has been able to support inter - agency collaboration in the project, and how it used learnings and outputs of the project to improve its own surge mechanisms.

04 Aug 2017 description
file preview
Screenshot of the interactive content as of 04 Aug 2017.

Source: MoUD CL-PIU MIS, http://202.45.144.197/nfdnfis/clpiu/index.htm, Developed by USAID

Note: Percentages are calculated using signed grant agreements as the denominator for all variables except for % signed grant and % completed outside of program which use eligible benefciaries; % 2nd and 3rd tranche approval rate which use the total of approved and not approved for the respective tranche.