Recovery and Reconstruction

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30 Jul 2015 description

7,000 destroyed schools present a big challenge

30 Jul 2015 description
infographic UN Development Programme

RESPONSE TRACKING (4W)

The response tracking matrix (4W) was established early on in the response to help track Who is doing What Where with the aim to support tracking of progress and district level coordination.

The accuracy of the reports and usefulness of the tool are dependent of the coverage of agency reporting (% of actual active partners in the field) and the level of details provided.

29 Jul 2015 description

HUMANITARIAN NEEDS

The following early recovery priorities have been set under the leadership of the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development (MoFALD) and the Ministry of Urban Development:

Debris management and safe demolition With over 600,000 houses destroyed and another 280,000 damaged, approximately 50 million cubic metres of debris need to be managed where the priority is the estimated 2 million cubic metres from damaged public buildings.

28 Jul 2015 description
report ActionAid

The water mill in the town of Manigaun was destroyed during one of the earthquakes to hit Nepal earlier this year. The building in which the grinding stones worked collapsed and the channels which brought water to turn the stones were broken. Now, three months later I was able to watch as the heavy granite stones turned again for the first time.

28 Jul 2015 description
report Humedica

Exactly two months after the big earthquake in Nepal, the different kinds of help have developed: catastrophe help is becoming projects in the field of development cooperation. humedica had been on-site very quickly after the quake with medical field units and had been able to help practically. humedica is also going to accompany the victims in Nepal during the next months: The focus lies on family sponsorships and reconstruction.

28 Jul 2015 description
report Oxfam

Three months since the first earthquake struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, thousands of people still live outside in temporary shelters made of tarpaulins, bamboo, and metal sheets. Living in communal shelters has been challenging especially for women, as they face risks of sexual abuse and difficulty maintaining personal hygiene.

28 Jul 2015 description
report Mercy Corps

It’s been three months since a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal — from its bustling capital to the lush, terraced hillsides of the country’s remote regions. Thousands were killed or injured during the disaster, and more than 500,000 homes were destroyed.

Our team on the ground responded immediately. After conducting rapid assessments to learn what people needed most, we began delivering emergency supply kits just two days after the initial earthquake.

But now, the people of Nepal need our help to begin their long-term recovery.

27 Jul 2015 description
report Nepalnews.com

Kathmandu, July 27: The Poverty Alleviation Fund has contributed Rs. 2.253 million to the Prime Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund to support the survivors of the April 25 quake.

Vice-president of PAF Yubaraj Pandey handed over the amount to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala today. The amount includes Rs. 144,000 collected by the PAF staffers and the remaining from partner and community organizations related to PAF. RSS

27 Jul 2015 description

Summary

Persons with disabilities often experience discrimination and exclusion, despite the adoption of an increasingly rights-based approach to humanitarian assistance. The past three decades have witnessed a growing awareness of disability issues and the emergence and spread of disabled people’s organisations.

The growing awareness must be accompanied by practical measures to identify and reduce the barriers faced by persons with disabilities in an emergency situation.

27 Jul 2015 description

HIGHLIGHTS

104 sites hosting 20 or more households were assessed between 23 June and 12 July 2015 in 13 districts.

59,433 people from 11,100 households were living in 104 sites with 20 or more households.

13 sites in 7 districts were hosting over 200 households, representing 4,987 households (28,254 persons).

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Nuwakot District - Summary Status, 01 July 2015:

  1. FSPs present in 19 VDCs of Nuwakot district, absent in 43VDCs.

  2. Markets are NOT functioning in Khanigaun, Sumudratar, Sundaradevi and Madanpur, VDCs. Khanigaun has 3, Sumudratar and Sundaradevi VDCs has 1 and Madanpur has NO FSPs.

  3. Bidur Municipality (Trisuli) : Road damaged along Bidur Municipality but passable. Market is partially functioning and has 37 FSPs (all type).

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Okhaldhunga District - Summary Status, 06 July 2015:

  1. FSPs present in 3 VDCs of Okhaldhunga district, absent in 53 VDCs.

  2. Markets are functioning in Okhaldhunga (10 FSPs), Ketuke and Thulachhap VDCs. But there are no FSPs present in Ketuke and Thulachhap VDCs. FSPs are present in Katunje and Manebhanjyang VDCs but no market assessment was carried out.

  3. Highway and Major Road operational along the district (as of 3 July, 2915)

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Ramechhap District - Summary Status, 03 July 2015:

  1. FSPs present in 12 VDCs of Ramechhap district, absent in 43 VDCs.

  2. Markets are functioning in Manthali (12 FSPs) Rakathum (No FSPs) and Himganga (No FSPs), VDCs. Markets in Khimti (only 1 FSPs) and Surepani (No FSPs) VDCs are partially functioning.

  3. Highway and Major Road passable along the district up to Khimti but not passable to Ghatae (Betali VDC) due to landslides

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Rasuwa District - Summary Status, 04 July 2015:

  1. FSPs present in 5 VDCs of Rasuwa district, absent in 13 VDCs.

  2. Market assessment of only one market Dhunche was carried out during (5 May – 17 June) which at that time was not functioning. Dhunche has 11 FSPs (all type)

  3. Road access to Dhunche and Rasuwa-Gadhi is operational now (Log Cluster, 03, July, info- map)

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Gorkha District - Summary Status, 30 June 2015:

  1. Aru Chanaute VDC: Ten financial service providing institutions (class A, B, D and remittance companies)
    No Market functioning and
    Damaged Road Access but passable by 4 x 4 small vehicles

  2. Thumi VDC: Only one financial service providing institutions(Remittance company)
    Partial Market functioning and
    Damaged Road Access but passable by 4 x 4 small vehicles

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Sindhupalchok District - Summary Status, 01 July 2015:

  1. FSPs present in 19 VDCs of Sindhupalchok district, absent in 60 VDCs.

  2. Markets are functioning in western part. No market info of eastern part which is the most affected area. Markets in Dubachaur, Helambu, Ichok, Kiul, and Mahangkal VDCs are functioning but they have no FSPs. Market is partially functioning in Palchok VDC but it has no FSPs.

  3. Road access (Highway) to Kodari (Tatopani, China boarder) and Chautara (District headquarter) is open now

27 Jul 2015 description

A) INFO Sheet: Dolakha District - Summary Status, 1 July 2015:

  1. LADUK VDC:

Only one financial servicer providing institution (class D: Micro credit development banks)
No Market functioning and
No Road Access