2015 earthquake

Cash transfer in Nepal
Through Cash Transfer Program (2015 to 2017), Oxfam in Nepal supported over 70,518 affected families to meet their basic food security needs and re-establish their livelihoods though Cash for Work, Cash Grants or Vouchers. The use of different modalities of the CTP has been appreciated by the...
A collection of 12 stories from 2017 containing stories of hopes and change, brought in the lives of the people through the support of Oxfam and its partner organisations in various districts. Oxfam and its partner organisations have been able to reach out to the people affected by natural...
Oxfam prepares Disaster Risk Management Plan/Photo by: Devi Raman Acharya/Action Nepal
Satyadevi Village Development Committee (VDC) in Dhading district was affected by the 2015 earthquake where 46 people died and several others were injured. Oxfam and local partners in Dhading supported the VDC by developing Disaster Risk Management Plan in coordination with the government agencies...
The livelihood recovery grant has helped people restore their businesses
A man went to Malaysia to make enough money to take care of his family well. He returned back with good amount of money and started poultry business but the earthquake of 2015 destroyed everything. He did not give up and now he has risen up with a vibrant business. Read more to find out.
people receiving blankets and mattresses for winter
Upon the request of local government, Oxfam's office in Sindhupalchowk provided blankets and mattresses to people living in the upper areas of the district--Ghorthali and Selang--that had received snowfall lately...
Oxfam in Nepal with its local partners are producing skilled human resource who can build earthquake-resistant houses. Earlier, week-long mason training was provided in seven earthquake-affected districts, and now to motivate more people, 50-day On the Job Mason Training (OJT) is being provided...
Demand for reconstruction grant
A certain section of landless people in Nepal are now entitled to reconstruction grant to rebuild their houses that were affectd by the earthquakes of 2015. They had been deprived from the reconstruction grant as they could not produce land ownership certificates. Oxfam in Nepal and its partners...
Collection of stories that speak of change in people's lives
This is a collection of a few stories that show that Oxfam in Nepal has been able to bring changes in people's lives. Included in this booklet are also pictures of the people who we have worked with, and some national and international news coverage about our interventions...
Padma Gurung sewing sanitary napkins at her tailoring shop. Photo by: Sabir Ojha/Oxfam
Sabir Ojha and Sangita Regmi, Gorkha Padma Gurung of Takumaj vdc of Gorkha district never thought she would be displaying sanitary napkins for sale at her tailoring shop one day. She never thought she would be sewing them herself and earning extra money too. It all began after she got the training...
In order to strengthen the Health Sector Response Capacity of Ministry of Health and Population to respond to the humanitarian health needs in the event of mass casualty incidents in Kathmandu Valley, a simulation exercise was organized at Bir Hospital in Kathmandu.
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