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08 Nov 2011 description

This report is issued by the UN RCHCO with inputs from its UN Field Coordination Offices and other partners and sources. The report covers October 2011. The next report will be issued the first week of December 2011.

CONTEXT

Political Update

29 Sep 2011 description

This report is issued by the UN RCHCO with inputs from its UN Field Coordination Offices and other partners and sources. The report covers September 2011. The next report will be issued the first week of November 2011.

CONTEXT

Political Update

28 Sep 2011 description

This report is produced by the OCHA Humanitarian Support Unit, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator’s Office in collaboration with humanitarian partners.

I. Situation Overview

26 Sep 2011 description

This report is produced by OCHA Humanitarian Support Unit, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator’s Office in collaboration with humanitarian partners.

I . Situation Overview

22 Sep 2011 description

This report is produced by OCHA Humanitarian Support Unit, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator’s Office in collaboration with humanitarian partners.

I . Situation Overview

25 Aug 2011 description

Key Highlights:

I. Floods and landslides claimed 159 lives in 70 of the 75 districts of Nepal over the last three months as per National Emergency Operation Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs.

II. District Disaster Relief Committees and other humanitarian partners are closely monitoring the situation at the district level

III. Local government including Humanitarian partners confirms that the situation is still under the local capacity for the response and therefore external assistance is not required as of now.

19 Jul 2011 description

Background

Almost all districts across the Far West face losses of lives and property every year due to natural disasters. However, the impact can last well beyond the immediate event. Humanitarian actors have observed that the duration of displacement varies depending on the intensity and type of disaster: displacement following inundation of rivers is generally short term, while displacement resulting from floods and erosion is generally longer term.

08 Jul 2011 description

This report is issued by the UN RCHCO with inputs from its UN Field Coordination Offices and other partners and sources. The report covers June 2011. The next report will be issued in the first week of August 2011.

CONTEXT

Political Update