Disaster Response and Resilience
According to the National Emergency Operation Centre, Home Ministry of Nepal, more than 200 people have died, 100 missing and 167 people are injured.
In Nepal, every monsoon, the southern part of the country are battered by the floods and the hilly districts are affected by landslides. This year too, from May to July, as many as 47 districts across Nepal were severely affected by landslides and floods caused by the torrential rainfall. According to the National Emergency Operation Centre, Home Ministry of Nepal, more than 200 people have died, 100 missing and 167 people are injured.
Recently, INF has responded with some relief materials to the flood and landslide victims of Lamjung and Tanhun districts of Gandaki province in coordination from district disaster response committee and the respective Rural Municipalities [RM].
INF’s disaster response team immediately reached the flood-affected RMs: Marsyangdi, Lamjung and Ranipokhari, Tanahun with the food and non-food items. Fifty-eight households were provided with hygiene kits and 24 families with hygiene kits together with food items.
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