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ICRC action in Nepal for missing persons and their families

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The ICRC is concerned with all persons who went missing in connection with the 10-year conflict in Nepal and whose families are still anxious to know what happened to them. The ICRC places the needs of families at the centre of its efforts and stresses the importance of acknowledging their plight.

The Missing in Nepal, ICRC definition: The ICRC is concerned with all persons who went missing in connection with the 10-year conflict in Nepal (13 February 1996 to 21 December 2006), and whose families are anxious to know what happened to them.

How many? The ICRC has received 3810 requests from families who have lost track of their relatives,and has clarified 2432 of these cases.To date,1378 cases remain unresolved and are being actively followed up.