This report has qualitative and quantitative data analysis of changes and impacts in the target community through the Sanitation, Hyegine, and Water Management (SHWM) project in Bajhang. It may be useful for accumulating lessons learnt and recommendations for future projects.
Twinning agreement held
Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) and Afghan Red Crescent Society have started special relationship with an agreement. Mr. Hari Prasad Neupane, Deputy Secretary General of NRCS and Dr. Mohammad Nabi Burhan, Under Secretary General of Afgan Red Crescent inked the twinning agreement this week in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Nepal Case Study- (In Nepali language) Effective law and policy on gender equality and protection from sexual
and gender-based violence in disasters.
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South Asia flood crisis: Disease outbreaks, funding shortages compound suffering of flood survivors
Kuala Lumpur/Geneva, 5 September 2017 — Hundreds of thousands of flood-affected people across Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan are struggling to survive in the aftermath of the worst flooding to hit the region in decades.
Several Villages inundated in southern Nepal
Ganeshmaya was feeding her cow when we arrived in her courtyard near about 3:00 p.m. As she heard us calling “Aama(mother)”, immediately she came out from the cow shed. She looked happy, and a genuine smile was running around her face. She gave us tools to take a seat; but we moved to see the shed.
“How much milk do you get form this cow?” we asked.
“I sell nine liters everyday” she replied with a live smile.
“ … and how much do you earn per month ?” I inquired.
Nepal: Ten years on, relatives want to know the fate of those missing
Hetauda, Makwanpur, April 7
Hon'ble Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare, Mr. CP Mainali on Wednesday formally inaugurated the 45th General assembly session of Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) at Hetauda in Makwanpur, Nepal.
The Red Cross in Nepal expresses its deep concern with increased incidents of vandalisation of ambulances in relation with ongoing demonstrations in Terai/Madhes in the past four weeks. The incident that happened on 11 September 2015 at Sonukhada of Mahottari district has astounded the Red Cross – an injured person in need of urgent medical care was taken out from the ambulance and killed; the ambulance was then torched.