The death toll from landslides and flooding caused by heavy Monsoon rain in the last two days of July in various VDCs of Kaski district has reached to 34. Most of the victims were senior citizens and young children including a baby aged 3 months.
Red Cross continues to address unmet needs
Three months after Nepal was struck by a devastating 7.8M earthquake, thousands of people continue to require humanitarian assistance in order to meet their basic needs.
By Niki Clark, IFRC/Dibya Raj Poudel, NRCS
The President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), Mr. Tadateru Konoe will be on an official three- day visit to Nepal from 24 to 26 June, 2015. Mr.
Representatives from 25 National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies came together in Kathmandu to plan the Nepal Red Cross (NRCS) and the International Federation’s joint recovery plan after the two devastating earthquakes which struck Nepal in April and May.
Nepal Red Cross Society continues earthquake response activities. Here is the situation update, June 8, that shows statistical progress.
Situation update, 8th June
Nepal Red Cross Society has received about five hundred ninety three thousands cash support for earthquake response activities. We had earlier on 25th May shared the first version of donation list that included cash donation through different channels.