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All4Nepal Round Table Nepal. Nepal Quake 2015 A massive earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on the Richter scale struck Nepal on 25th April 2015 at 11:56 a.m.

All4Nepal Round Table Nepal Nepal Quake 2015 A massive earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on the Richter scale struck Nepal on 25th April 2015 at 11:56 a.m. The intensity of the quake spread to several countries surrounding Nepal like Bangladesh, Bhutan, China and India More than 7000 deaths (Figures estimated to cross 12000 deaths) More than 14000 injured 8 million people affected in Nepal alone 2.8 million/


THE NEPAL EARTHQUAKE. WHAT IS A DISASTER? Page 3 You don’t bother revising and fail your exams. Your house burns down but you are fully insured. You.

are fully insured. You lose everything in a flood. Thousands of people in your area are affected. Local roads and bridges have been swept away. WHAT IS A DISASTER? Page 4 AN EARTHQUAKE HITS NEW ZEALAND Who helps? Page 5 AN EARTHQUAKE HITS NEW ZEALAND Who helps? Page 6 AN EARTHQUAKE HITS NEPAL Who helps? NEPAL EARTHQUAKE 25 April 2015 Page 8 WHERE IS NEPAL? India China Page 9 Page/


Daily Operations Briefing Friday, May 1, 2015 8:30 a.m. EDT.

.S. Department of State established a website to assist U.S. citizens in Nepal or those seeking information on family members affected by the earthquake: http://travel.state.gov/content/travel/english/NepalEarthquake.html Open JFOs Friday, May 1, 2015 Virtual JFO: GA & TN Open Field Offices as of May 1 Declaration Requests in Process Requests APPROVED (since last report) Requests DENIED (since last report/


Full lesson plan from redcross.org.uk/education Photo quiz 2015.

- what difference would that make? Round 7 Photo credits and captions Photo 1 Caption: Bhaktapur, Nepal 30 April 2015. Hundreds of Nepalese help remove rubble from the ancient Mahadev Mandir temple at Durbar Square in the city of Baktapur Nepal. A 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck central Nepal on 25 April 2015. © Palani Mohan/IFRC Photo 2 Caption: A dancing health worker celebrates the end of Ebola/


SEISMIC NETWORK IN NEPAL By Bharat Prasad KOIRALA Mukunda BHATTARAI National Seismological Center Department of Mines and Geology NEPAL International workshop.

SEISMIC NETWORK IN NEPAL By Bharat Prasad KOIRALA Mukunda BHATTARAI National Seismological Center Department of Mines and Geology NEPAL International workshop organized by IRIS in Hanoi, Vietnam 9-17 September, 2015 OUTLINE Introduction Seismic Network InstrumentationSeismicity Recent Earthquakes Future Plans 2 INTRODUCTION 3 SEISMIC NETWORK 4 Table of current seismic stations Table of current seismic stations EASTERN NETWORK EASTERN NETWORK 85.4027.57PKI 85.4027.57PKI 85/


Land Reform in Nepal Issues, challenges, and links with conflict and sustainable peace International workshop on land restitution, 30 June – 4 July 2015.

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How do the earthquakes in New Zealand and Nepal compare? What comparisons can we make? Geographical location Tectonic location Cause Effects Responses.

deaths. VF8=Look at the structure of your work-you have not used the success criteria To finish-stick things in Underline titles!!! Model answer I have studied the 2015 earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal and the 2011 earthquake in Christchurch New Zealand. The LEDC country of Nepal sits in the foothills of the Asian Himalayas at the destructive collision zone of the Eurasian and Indo – Australian plates. The MEDC/


CSC Data Access | WGISS#39, 11-15 May 2015 | Slide 1 ESA UNCLASSIFIED – For Official Use Copernicus Space Component Data Access WGISS#39, Hosted by JAXA,

Data Access | WGISS#39, 11-15 May 2015 | Slide 17 Nepal earthquake deformation CSC Data Access | WGISS#39, 11-15 May 2015 | Slide 18 CSC Data Access | WGISS#39, 11-15 May 2015 | Slide 19 Nepal earthquake displacement Blue: vertical uplift of 1 m. /improvement process  The CSC data access enhancements Are coordinated with the Commission via a change management process defined in the EU-ESA Copernicus Agreement Need to guarantee agreed performances measured via specific KPIs Shall not compromise the overall/


International Workshop on the Role of Land Professionals and SDI in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR): in the Context of Post 2015 Nepal Earthquake November.

of Post 2015 Nepal Earthquake November 25- 27, 2015 in Kathmandu, Nepal Meeting with Local Geospatial Entrepreneurs July 10, 2015 (International Workshop Secretariat, Survey Department Complex, Minbhawan) FIG Commission 2 & ISPRS Working Group IV/4 in Collaboration with NICS & NRSPS Objectives of this Meeting To make the local entrepreneurs working in Surveying and Mapping, and Geospatial information sector aware about the upcoming international event to be held in Nepal To discuss/


Around the World in 10 Minutes. Baltimore, USA baltimore-orioles/index.html

Around the World in 10 Minutes Baltimore, USA http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/28/opinions/bass- baltimore-orioles/index.html http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/28/opinions/bass- baltimore-orioles/index.html Nepal, Asia http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/29/asia/nepal- earthquake-survivors-social-media/index.html http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/29/asia/nepal- earthquake-survivors-social-media/index.html Libya, Africa http://article.wn/


Experience Of Telemedicine After 2015 Mega Earthquake Disaster At Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Centre, Nepal Author – Dhakal R, MBBS, MD resident PM&R,

during the earthquakes in 2015.  Colleagues from ISCoS Most with post-earthquake rehab experience Daily Skype/ Viber “Rounds” with Dr. Raju/Dr.Jas History, Examination, Lab reports/Imaging sent in advance 1-2 cases per day  A total of 81 earthquake spinal cord / American Pediatrician – Prof. L Vogel Thank you Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Centre Bhainsepati, Sanga, Kavre, Nepal Tel: 011-660847 / 660848 Email: spinalinju@wlink.com.npspinalinju@wlink.com.np Website: www.sirc.org.npwww.sirc.org./


contents  What is an earthquake?  Causes of earthquakesNepal 2015 Earthquake  Preventions Before During After  Earthquake distribution around the.

earthquake?  Causes of earthquakesNepal 2015 Earthquake  Preventions Before During After  Earthquake distribution around the world An earthquake is a shaking of the ground caused by the sudden breaking and movement of large sections (tectonic plates) of the earths rocky outermost crust. The edges of the tectonic plates are marked by faults (or fractures). Most earthquakes/ The majority of earthquakes world wide are of this type. During an earthquake: Stay calm……… If inside: stand in a doorway or crouch/


Enabling Healthy Internet Access Doug Madory, Director of Internet Analysis June 2015 CommunicAsia 2015, Singapore.

delivered faster and support the local Internet economy @DougMadory RESILIENCY AND PERFORMANCE @DougMadory Resilient Links Devastating earthquake in Nepal damaged “last-mile” connectivity, but international links stayed up Like Bhutan, Nepal connects exclusively through India, but is pursuing Chinese terrestrial transit. http://research.dyn.com/2015/04/earthquake-rocks-internet-in-nepal/ @DougMadory Resilient Links Had the links to India gone down, then establishing redundant links to China/


Lali Guras Foundation Lali Guras is Red Rhododendron, the national flower of Nepal rebuilding homes and lives in Ghyampesal, after the devastating earthquake.

Red Rhododendron, the national flower of Nepal rebuilding homes and lives in Ghyampesal, after the devastating earthquake in Nepal, April 2015 Our Mission To build, reconstruct and bring normalcy to the unfortunates Our Vision To give new life to Ghyampesal A devastating earthquake killed more than 8,800 people and injured more than 23,000. For Ghyampesal, a village nestling in the hills it was the worst, heart/


14 th Measles and Rubella Initiative Meeting Mona Aryal HOD, Health Service Department Nepal Red Cross Society National Headquarter Nepal Red Cross Society’s.

districts (405 volunteers and 8 supervisors mobilized) Current Campaign Social mobilization for Measles Rubella Campaign in 14 most earthquake affected districts of Nepal, 2015 (435 volunteers mobilized) Immunization Campaigns Role of NRCS in the campaigns As an auxiliary to government NRCS took part in in the campaigns through social mobilization activities. Activities such as door to door visits, mass awareness rallies, distribution of IEC materials, display of/


04.12.2015 г. An Open-Source WebGIS Platform for Rapid Disaster Impact Assessment Roya Olyazadeh, Zar Chi Aye, Michel Jaboyedoff and Marc-Henri Derron.

. An Open-Source WebGIS Platform for Rapid Disaster Impact Assessment 2 Earthquake in Nepal 2015 04.12.2015 г. An Open-Source WebGIS Platform for Rapid Disaster Impact Assessment 3 Shaking intensity map of Earthquake 7.8 M (from (Grossi 2015)) Magnitude 7.8 Earthquake in Nepal & Aftershocks (from (Robertson and Koontz 2015)) Losses Based on UN report: 1More than 3 millions houses were damaged 2160,786 houses destroyed An Open/


Aneeka Nunnikhoven 2 nd period.  Governor Gary Herbert  In Utah earthquakes don’t occur on a regular basis. The general public are not informed about.

quicksand) rather than as a solid” (Liquefaction Information and County Liquefaction Maps).  Allocate more funding for programs to inform people about earthquake safety/preparedness in Utah  Amend building codes to make structures stronger and not crumble to the ground during and earthquake  "Earthquake in Nepal (2015)." The Gale Encyclopedia of Science. Ed. K. Lee Lerner and Brenda Wilmoth Lerner. 5th ed. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2014. Science/


Nepal - Earthquake Child Protection Working Group Who does What Where – 14 May 2015.

Nepal - Earthquake Child Protection Working Group Who does What Where – 14 May 2015 Organizations by Status and Type Organizations with ongoing activities 24 Organizations with planned activities 18 Organizations with completed activities 11 Number of Organizations by Type* Organizations operational in CPiE 30 * The information on operational presence covers only organizations with ongoing and planned with funding secured activities – Date of reporting 14 May 2015 Organizations/


MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS 27 (TE-27) Workshop Overview 23-31 July 2015 1.

Response – UNIFIED ASSISTANCE (2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami) – OPERATION DAMAYON (2013 Typhoon Yolanda– Philippines) – OPERATION SAHAYOGI HAAT (2015 Earthquake response-Nepal) MPAT Venues 7 MPAT Program Military Military CivilGovernment Humanitarians UnifiedActionUnifiedAction Building Relationships Building Capacity 8 TEMPEST EXPRESS 27 9 Improved MPAT nations’ forces’ capabilities in: –Support to PHL disaster response operations, –Support to international disaster response operations –Use of existing MNF SOP/


1 Emergency Nutrition Response in Nepal 13 th – 15 th October, 2015 GNC Annual Meeting, Nairobi, Kenya 14 Priority Earthquake affected districts.

1 Emergency Nutrition Response in Nepal 13 th – 15 th October, 2015 GNC Annual Meeting, Nairobi, Kenya 14 Priority Earthquake affected districts Nepal Country Context 2 Pre-crisis (Nutrition Indicators)Current Situation Wasting was 11% (DHS 2011)MUAC screening GAM prevalence between 5-7%?? Stunting was 41% (DHS 2011) Exclusive breastfeeding rates in boys and girls aged between 0 to 5 months of age: 70% DHS 2011/


Nepal Earthquake Relief, Update भुकम्प राहत कार्यकम जानकारी Mr Nishan Rijal V. Chair, NSA 21 Oct 2015.

भुकम्प राहत कार्यकम जानकारी Mr Nishan Rijal V. Chair, NSA 21 Oct 2015 Total money raised so far £59,165. Total Money sent to Nepal so far Rs 13,94,640. In Pounds £8,940. Total spent so far Rs11,22460.50. In Pounds £7,196. Relief Material Distribution & site visit in earthquake affected regions. Volunteers in Action. Relief materials distribution Current Challenges( हालका चुनौतीहरु ) Monsoon/Landslide. Political Situation & Uncertainty. 52000 classrooms damaged/


Shelter Cluster Nepal ShelterCluster.org Coordinating Humanitarian Shelter PRESENTATION TO RRWG Participatory Approach for Safe Shelter Awareness 1.

ShelterCluster.org Coordinating Humanitarian Shelter PASSA Trainers of Trainers (ToT) Nepal – November 2015  PASSA ToT undertaken in Nepal in November 2015  2 Facilitators from IFRC  34 Participants from xxx Organisations including xxxxxx  PASSA Manual already translated in Nepali through Habitat for Humanity 21 Shelter Cluster Nepal ShelterCluster.org Coordinating Humanitarian Shelter PASSA in Nepal for Earthquake Recovery  Now PASSA Working Group established through Shelter Cluster  PASSA Technical/


Earthquakes Are we safe?. Problem Countries all over the world are struggling because of the destruction caused by earthquakes. The devastation from earthquakes,

a quicker response from help could save lots of lives of those in the earthquake. Solution If more time, people, and money would be put in to help get prepared for earthquakes, many lives could be saved from earthquakes. Building codes need to be improved in third world countries, like Nepal, so when earthquakes occur, they aren’t totally devastated. If better planning was instituted, so that when/


UN Women in Asia and the Pacific Priorities and Achievements 21 May 2015.

 Working with agents that shape the gender culture – working with faith based groups. Key Lessons Learned and Actions for 2015 Diversify Resource Mobilization practices:  Pilot “individual” giving/philanthropic resource mobilization;  Robust engagement with partners outside of project/; VCO; Myanmar target UNDAF roll-out countries) Response to Nepal Earthquake After the twin earthquakes since 25 April over 8 million people have been affected in 39 of Nepal’s 75 districts, with over 8,600 deaths and over /


Nepal Earthquake Occurred just before midday on 25 April 2015 7.8 Magnitude at a depth of around 15 kilometres The epicentre was the village of Barpak.

Nepal Earthquake Occurred just before midday on 25 April 2015 7.8 Magnitude at a depth of around 15 kilometres The epicentre was the village of Barpak in the Gorkha district The tremors were felt as far away as India, Pakistan and Bhutan. The earthquake was followed by as many as 120 aftershocks – and they continue. The aftershocks caused fresh avalanches on Mt Everest Ancient buildings/


Reflections on the Global Midwifery Twinning Project April 2012 – March 2015 Reflections on the Global Midwifery Twinning Project April 2012 – March 2015.

REGULATION ASSOCIATION Current RCM Global Projects W4H, Nigeria VSO Malawi GMTP Uganda GMTP Nepal GMTP Cambodia April 2012 – March 2015 PROJECT INTERVENTIONS WORKSHOPS based on needs identified in ICM’s MACAT 75 VOLUNTEER PLACEMENTS – 67 RCM members with specific skills. /of the Midwife, May 5, 2015, Nepal faced devastating 7.9 magnitude earthquake on 25 th of April which has claimed loss of > 8000 lives, displaced thousands of people and massive structural damage in the capital Kathmandu and elsewhere. We/


Rehab in Natural Disasters : Focusing South East Asia Regional Cooperation Taslim Uddin Physiatrist and Professor of PMR BSM Medical University, Dhaka.

: 14 countries Unconfirmed source Recent EQ :Death and injuries Ref: spinal cord 2013, Rehab cluster 2015. Pakistan (kashmir valley) 2005 India (kashmir valley) 2005 China 2008 Haiti 2010 Nepal (Kathmundu valley) 2015 Death/ injury 733381360875642225708000 plusDeath 128309630036841230000021,925Injury Nepal EQ 2015: Rehab concern Total Injury: 21,925 (26/5/15) in both earthquakes. 1,500 - 2,000 with ongoing nursing and rehabilitation needs 70% of injuries are/


ALL4NEPAL – Update No4. So what can we do...... Global Partnership Making a Difference RT NEPAL.

a Difference RT NEPAL Nepal Quake 2015 A massive earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on the Richter scale struck Nepal on 25th April 2015 at 11:56 a.m. The intensity of the quake spread to several countries surrounding Nepal like Bangladesh, Bhutan, China and India More than 7000 deaths (Figures estimated to cross 12000 deaths) More than 14000 injured 8 million people affected in Nepal alone 2.8/


Seismogram of devastating Nepal Earthquake as detected at Thomas Hardye on 25 April 2015; it measured 7.8M. An aftershock on 26 th April measured 6.7M.

Nepal Earthquake as detected at Thomas Hardye on 25 April 2015; it measured 7.8M. An aftershock on 26 th April measured 6.7M. The seismometer is located in the school spine. If interested, ask Mr Reader in Lab 9 for more information. Millions of children are in danger in Nepal./this week. If 55 pupils bring a pound, we could provide 5 families in Nepal with clean drinking water Thank you Bring-a-Pound Day Bring-a-Pound Day for Nepal Please be aware that this is not a non school uniform day! We are/


Which African country is hosting 2015 Africa Cup of nations? Morocco.

the border between China and Nepal. There are many different languages spoken in China, including Mandarin, Yue, Wu, Minbei, Minnan, Xiang, Gan and Hakka. The capital city is Beijing, while the most populated city is Shanghai. Other major cities include Chongqing, Shenzhen and Guangzhou. China Facts China experiences typhoons every year and also suffers from floods, tsunamis, earthquakes and droughts. China has the/


WHAT NEXT FOR NEPAL? Evidence on What Matters for Building Resilience After the Gorkha Earthquake RESILIENCE AT MERCY CORPS.

WHAT NEXT FOR NEPAL? Evidence on What Matters for Building Resilience After the Gorkha Earthquake RESILIENCE AT MERCY CORPS RESILIENCE & MEASUREMENT AT MERCY CORPS The capacity of communities in complex socio-ecological systems to learn, cope, adapt, and transform in the face of shocks and stresses. Resilience: RESILIENCE AT MERCY CORPS FOUR / Examined multiple resilience pathways Defined and tested effects of responses Informed recovery Thank You RESILIENCE AT MERCY CORPS | 2015 RESILIENCE AT MERCY CORPS


Prof Ram Krishna Maharjan, Ph. D..  A devastating earthquake of April 25, and May 12, 2015  Extensive damage to buildings and thousands of deaths 

Prof Ram Krishna Maharjan, Ph. D.  A devastating earthquake of April 25, and May 12, 2015  Extensive damage to buildings and thousands of deaths  Media aired information around the world /on psychological first aid and WASH  Community Disaster Management Committee-9 was formed in 2004 and reformed in 2012.  Disaster Management Committee-10, 11 and 12 were formed in 2006 and reformed in 2014.  Lumanti, OXFAM, Nepal Red Cross Society are the leading organizations to form these committees.  Disaster Risk/


Www.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. IDRL Regulatory problems in international disaster response operations – Findings of the IFRC Sanne Boswijk.

org Saving lives, changing minds. Nepal Customs Holding Up Earthquake Relief, UN Says, As Death Toll Nears 7000 The United Nations has said that customs delays are impeding earthquake relief efforts in Nepal, with bureaucratic bottlenecks at the country/ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. MENA Plans 2015  Regional Consultation on Law and Disasters (10-11 June)  Technical Project Tunisia  Technical project in a second MENA country  Integrating DL in DMU trainings and other activities (RDRT, NDRT, /


Leadership in Disaster Management: Nepal Earthquake Professor Fary Khan Department of Medicine, Royal Melbourne Hospital & The University of Melbourne.

needed? Specialised field HR DM - comprehensive med rehab Ax Interdisciplinary approach - acute, com & care coordination Needs’ ax- patient complexity & follow-up Local & rehabilitation staff training in PM&R Ensure global & a longer-term approach 3.Nepal Earthquake 2015 4. Rehab FMTs- composition, specific focus, self- funded, independent, partnerships Team Leader Response FMT registration with WHO- liaise with rehab sub-cluster Daily surveillance reports & Exit/


Housing as a Process, Not a Product Market Development Forum Nepal (MDFN) November 4-5, 2015.

2015) Haiti Context Poorest country in the Americas and one of the poorest in the world 77% of the population living below the poverty line (both $1 & $2) Disparity and inequity of society and income Vulnerabilities include hurricanes, tropical storms, torrential rains, floods and earthquakes Housing Sector January 2010 earthquake/; and created competition for limited supply of materials Nepal Damage/Losses (in billion NPR) USD 3.3b – Housing Nepal Private Investment & Housing Subsidy Role of Market Based/


Pakistan A magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck in North East Afghanistan; the epicentre was centered about 48.0 km (≈ 30.0 miles) SSW of Jurm. The depth has.

, NORTHERN AFGHANISTAN Monday, 26 October, 2015 at 09:09:32 UTC In this area, the India plate under moving northward beneath the Eurasia plate at about 38-45 milometers a year. The friction between these two plates can cause large earthquakes like the recent Nepal earthquake, but this is not what caused this earthquake. This event occurred much deeper, probably in ancient oceanic crust that was subducted/


CHILD EDUCATION SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM PREPARED AND PRESENTED BY Nischal Malla 29 th October, 2015 7 th Youth Looking Beyond DisasterACTION PLAN, Nischal.

Looking Beyond DisasterACTION PLAN, Nischal (Nepal) BACKGROUND Gorkha Earthquake on 25 th April 2015 Thousands of schools were affected across the districts. Schools reopened on – 31 st May ( after 35 days) Second earthquake - 12 th May then again for about week schools were closed Just after 5 days of Earthquake we organized child refreshment camp starting with 15 children living in tents reached to 100 children/


& THE CHEPANG PEOPLE. The Chepang people are the original inhabitants of Nepal’s Middle Hills.

& THE CHEPANG PEOPLE The Chepang people are the original inhabitants of Nepal’s Middle Hills. They have played virtually no part in Nepal’s development and are thus chronically poor and backward. The two earthquakes of April & May 2015 impacted on other communities differently from The Chepang.... ... who are so under- resourced that they simply don’t even have the stone structures that elsewhere now require/


Understanding Vulnerabilities and Strengthening Response Community-based Integration of Anti-trafficking and Human Rights Protections within Post-Earthquake.

and Strengthening Response Community-based Integration of Anti-trafficking and Human Rights Protections within Post-Earthquake Recovery Efforts in Sindhupalchok District, Nepal April and May 2015 earthquakes, Central Nepal Government of Nepal’s Post Disaster Needs Assessment: 14 out of the country’s 75 districts were “crisis hit”. High risks after the earthquake Concerns about human trafficking. Concerns about increased physical and sexual abuse. Capacity of government, international/


Organization of the disaster relief and prevention system in EU Prof. Dr. Milan KONECNY EU Expert, former president of ICA and ISDE, Masaryk University,

more than 180 requests for assistance. Examples: the earthquake in Haiti (2010), the triple-disaster in Japan (2011), typhoon Haiyan in Philippines (2013), the floods in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (2014), the Ebola outbreak (2014), the conflict in Ukraine (2014), the earthquake in Nepal (2015), and the displacement crisis in Europe (2015).HaitiJapanPhilippinesSerbiaBosnia and HerzegovinaEbola outbreak Ukraine earthquake in Nepal (2015), European Emergency Response Capacity (EERC) The EERC consists/


Government Officers’ Perspectives on Inclusive Education in Nepal Mukti Prakash Thapaliya PhD Candidate University of Canterbury, New Zealand 01/08/20151.

Population – City (CBS, 2011) Major earthquake 2015 28/06/20163 Rationale for Research  World-wide, about 69 million school-age children not in school, 18 million in South Asia - UN, 2010  Millennium Development Goals (MDG) no. 2  Disabled people ranging from 10 to 13% of the total population of Nepal – NORAD, 2009  More than 85% disabled children are outside school in Nepal- DoE, 2012 28/06/20164/


Nepal Appeal 2015 Photo Credit: Christian Aid - Yeeshu Shukla.

Nepal Appeal 2015 Photo Credit: Christian Aid - Yeeshu Shukla Just before noon, on Saturday, 25th April an earthquake, 7.8 in magnitude struck Nepal Nepal Appeal In a few seconds, buildings collapsed, landslides and avalanches killed and injured so many people Nepal Appeal Photo Credit: Christian Aid - Yeeshu Shukla Over 5,000 people were killed, many more injured and tens of thousands made homeless Nepal Appeal Photo Credit: Christian Aid/


DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT Achala Dahal Nepal Administrative Staff College.

Nepal Administrative Staff College Learning objectives Having gone through this session participants will be able to:  Tell the operational definition of disaster  Prepare a list of basic terminologies and their brief description  Understanding of Disaster Risk Management 04/10/2015/of disasters  DRR = a conceptual framework to reduce vulnerabilities in the context of sustainable development HAZARDS Floods Landslides Earthquake Fire Health related Conflict DISASTER ROOT CAUSES Social injustice Unequal /


Shelter Cluster Nepal ShelterCluster.org Coordinating Humanitarian Shelter TWiG - shelter&cash Kathmandu –Soaltee Hotel 16 th June 04:00pm 1.

Cluster Nepal ShelterCluster.org Coordinating Humanitarian Shelter AOB – Future meetings: SC meeting, Wednesday, 17 th June 11:00am – Next meeting – has to be decided Friendly reminders: Check for updates on the website Send in your reports for SC tracking Register yourself on the mailing list New Shelter Cluster Email for general correspondence: nepal@sheltercluster.org nepal@sheltercluster.org https://www.sheltercluster.org/response/nepal-earthquake-2015 6


International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development Kathmandu, Nepal Role of ICT for effective reconstruction and rehabilitation Sushil Pandey, ICIMOD.

Within Nepal DRR Portal –Nepal Earthquake 2015 – /disaster relief platform – http://drrportal.gov.np/http://drrportal.gov.np/ –Provides profiles of relief information at different Administrative levels DRR Portal –Uses many ICT tools to manage and integrate information (Database/GIS/Mobile App/Social Media/Visualization/Info-Graphics) Web portal approach –Collaboration between Ministry of Home Affairs, (DRR/NEOC) and ICIMOD –Customization of International Knowledge as experienced in/


March 16, 2015 MEETBdDREN 2015 MEETBdDREN 2015 Dhaka University Disaster Management Initiatives in Bangladesh Mehedi Ahmed Ansary Professor Department.

all other development programs. (c) OXFAM River basin programme in 5 southern Districts of Bramhaputra river basin (coordinated with similar work in India and Nepal). Regular community Based Disaster risk Management Project. DIPECHO funded Community/ population to the impact of earthquake risks. Roadmap for Building Urban Resilience in Bangladesh 27 (h) WORLD BANK (2015-2021) Components Component A: Emergency Response Systems Improvements Component B: Addressing Risks in the Built Environment Component C:/


Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium and HFA Platform.

NRRC is to make DRR a priority for Government and partners in Nepal Flagship 1: School and Hospital Safety Will strengthen over 900 school buildings and 10 major health care facilities in Kathmandu Valley for earthquake resistance and service continuity HFA Priority: – II: Know the /agreed data will be required. Likely that this will be a focus on post-2015 HFA thinking. Issues to Consider for Post HFA Currently the NRRC work plan extends to 2015 – the same timeline as the HFA. What is the timeline for the /


“Peace Through Sports” Youth Looking Beyond Disaster (LBD7) Action Plan Kathmandu, Nepal Abhigyan Shrestha Malpi International School Panauti, Kavrepalanchowk.

Awareness campaign will be under the charge of school teachers supervising students, using recent earthquake videos and detailed explanations about the earthquake. Teachers and students will stimulate and do role play about the preventive measures of / November 2015- January 2016 FebruaryMarchApril 1-14April 14-30May Planning and making proposals (Appointing school student as volunteer for the event) Consider Follow-up Selecting venue and managing logistics. Event Day on 14 th (New Year in Nepal) Evaluation /


Practicalaction.org/smoky-homes. Life in Nepal Hi, we are sisters Shanoli and Rensi and we live in a small village in Makwanpur District in Nepal. Our.

Shanoli and Rensi and we live in a small village in Makwanpur District in Nepal. Our family has just finished rebuilding our home after it was destroyed by the earthquake in 2015. Before the earthquake, we had a traditional stove in our house, like the one above/ stove and stove hood.  Evaluate your final model against your design criteria using the Evaluation web Smart solutions In Nepal, Practical Action is helping to develop solutions to the problems caused by cooking on fires and traditional stoves. A/


Raccolta di articoli in inglese scritti dalla Classe 3 A Anno scolastico 2004 – 2005 Prof. Enrica Puppo PILLS.

Nepal, to sell them in Italy and all over the world: from Naples to Como, and from Europe to the U.S.A. In Nepal this commercial activity offers help to many people who are specialized in/ people. The Decade will try to turn water into a common resource by 2015. Nowadays about two million people die of diseases because of the lack of /will dig a hole 4 kilometres large. If it falls in the sea, it will cause an enormous submarine earthquake. The asteroid that caused a natural catastrophe and consequently the /


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