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13 Jun 2018 description

Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 percent of land in the southern Terai region was inundated by flood waters.

13 Jun 2018 description

Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 percent of land in the southern Terai region was inundated by flood waters.

13 Jun 2018 description

Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 percent of land in the southern Terai region was inundated by flood waters.

13 Jun 2018 description

Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 percent of land in the southern Terai region was inundated by flood waters.

13 Jun 2018 description

Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 percent of land in the southern Terai region was inundated by flood waters.

13 Jun 2018 description

Every year, between June and September, flooding and landslide in the Terai and Hills respectively warrants increased preparedness by the Government and the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT). Beginning in the second week of August 2017, Nepal experienced a period of sustained, heavy rainfall resulting in widespread flooding across 35 of the country’s 75 districts. Several districts recorded the heaviest rainfall in 60 years, and over 80 percent of land in the southern Terai region was inundated by flood waters.

24 Apr 2017 description

KATHMANDU, APRIL 24 — Any humanitarian response to future crises in Nepal as well as preparedness efforts must go beyond the immediate need for essential items such as food and shelter, says a study on the socio-demographic impact of the 2015 earthquake.

03 Mar 2016 description

KEY FINDINGS IN JANUARY

In January, community perceptions continued to trend positively across most issues. In particular, January saw the largest month-to-month increase, since June, in positive perceptions on whether main problems were being addressed.  

Continued winterization distributions and early stages of reconstruction work likely influenced this. While this increase in positive perceptions is encouraging, a majority of respondents still feel their main problems have not been addressed. This is expected to change as reconstruction efforts gain momentum.  

10 Feb 2016 description

In December 2015 and January 2016, the Common Feedback Project partnered with People in Need to conduct targeted perception surveys in VDCs in Northern Gorkha, particularly in areas that People in Need have been supporting for earthquake recovery. A total of 56 (22 female and 34 male) surveys were completed for beneficiaries from People in Need supported initiatives.

26 Jan 2016 description

KEY FINDINGS IN DECEMBER

In December, community perception surveys saw a positive increase on certain issues, such as winter preparedness, and stagnation on other issues. Overall perceptions on the progress of the earthquake response did see a positive change from the previous round.

21 Dec 2015 description
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CONTENTS

Do you have any health problem?

1 Are your main problems being addressed?

2 Are you satisfied with what government is doing for you after the earthquake?

3 Do you have information you need to get relief and support?

4 Are you satisfied with what NGOs are doing for you after earthquake?

5 Is support provided in a fair way?

6 Are you prepared for winter?

7 Overall, is post-earthquake relief effort making progress?

18 Dec 2015 description

KEY FINDINGS IN NOVEMBER

In November, community perception surveys highlight a mix of continued positive perceptions on certain elements of the earthquake response and no change to other elements. Overall perceptions on the progress of the earthquake response did not see a positive change from the previous round. Issues such as the fuel crisis, delayed reconstruction and winter preparedness factor into community perceptions on main problems and overall progress.

02 Dec 2015 description
Kavrepalanchowk

The Common Feedback Project collects 1400 perception surveys across 14 districts each month. This gives us national level representation but can only be considered indicative at district level.

30 Oct 2015 description

KEY FINDINGS IN OCTOBER

In October, community perception sur veys highlight a continued improvement of how communities feel about the earthquake response. While feedback collected focuses on earthquake response, other issues, particularly the fuel crisis and reconstruction, have an impact on community perceptions and feedback.

This round marked the first time positive perceptions were greater than negative perceptions for some issues. In particular,

October saw an improvement in how communities feel about:

26 Oct 2015 description
SINDHUPALCHOWK
KAVREPALANCHOWK

This month, once again, our team has disaggregated community perception data at the district level, and produced short reports detailing findings from the September round of surveys. Attached you will find these district level reports for all 14 of the priority affected districts. These reports represent a sample of 100 respondents per district.

I hope you will enjoy. Translation of these reports in Nepali will be released in the coming days.

Inter Agency Common Feedback Report - September 2015

30 Sep 2015 description
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The Common Feedback Project collects 1400 perception surveys across 14 districts each month. This gives us national level representation but can only be considered indicative at district level.

30 Sep 2015 description
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The Common Feedback Project collects 1400 perception surveys across 14 districts each month. This gives us national level representation but can only be considered indicative at district level.

18 Aug 2015 description

(Kathmandu/Bangkok, 19 August 2015) Marking the World Humanitarian Day, aid community in Nepal saluted contributions made by good-­‐willed individuals and communities themselves to saving lives and alleviating the suffering in the aftermath of the back-­‐to-­‐back earthquakes.

The response launched by the Government of Nepal in the immediate aftermath of the disasters has seen significant support from the international and humanitarian communities, and private sector alike.
Scores of volunteers remained on the forefront of the response ever since as well.