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E.g., 12/13/2018
E.g., 12/13/2018
Mahakali River Basin
A five-year project, TROSA (Transboundary Rivers of South Asia) is launched in Nepal. The project is being implemented in three other countries--India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar to support riverine communities.
Disaster victims continue to face multi challenges several years after disaster: a report
According to a report, Life After Devastation, launched by HAMI (Humanitarian Accountability Monitoring Initiative) and Oxfam in Nepal, on the occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, people affected by disasters as old as the Koshi Floods of 2008, are found to be living in temporary shelters where...
Stock pile emergency items stored at Tribhuvan University proved essential after the April 2015 earthquake - DDR Team/Oxfam
To prepare Kathmandu for disasters, Oxfam in Nepal has supported the government of Nepal in establishing emergency water facilities and stockpiling essential items in crucial places in the capital.
Elderly earthquake survivor waits for transport after receiving a Winterization Kit - Credit: Kieran Doherty/Oxfam
A year on from the catastrophic earthquake, some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in Nepal risk being excluded from the reconstruction process, said Oxfam in a new report released today.
Porters carry relief goods up to remote Laprak village in Gorkha district - Credit: Sam Pickett/Oxfam
Oxfam in Nepal supported an assessment into the damage of trekking trails by the earthquake in Nepal.
Students navigate the muddy entrance to the government school in Dunche, Rasuwa district, during monsoon. They study in tents and temporary shelters - Credit: Lucia de Vries/Oxfam
Relief for the 8 million people affected by the huge Nepal earthquake six months ago is still being disrupted by delays in reinstating the government’s National Reconstruction Agency, says Oxfam...
A woman breaks down when a crowd gathers to watch a digger remove rubble from a collapsed building in Gongabu, Kathmandu - Credit: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam
Women in Nepal are living in fear of abuse because of the lack of privacy and security afforded by temporary shelters, Oxfam said today.
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