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Testimonials from the field: Supporting flood affected communities in Rautahat

Testimonials from the field: Supporting flood affected communities in Rautahat (15)

South Asia is experiencing the worst monsoon in decades with record high rainfall recorded in parts of Northern India, Bangladesh and Nepal. Over 24 million people have been affected throughout the region and 1200 deaths have been reported, with several still missing. In Nepal, severe flooding has affected 35 out of the 75 districts, with the six worst hit districts — Saptari, Siraha, Mahottari, Rautahat, Banke and Bardiya- all lying in the Southern plains of Terai.

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Locals elated to have drinking water facility in their vicinity
05 Jan 2016

Locals elated to have drinking water facility in their vicinity

Forty-six years old Nirmala Shrestha from Bungmati lost her house to the earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25th 2015. The earthquake killed over 9000 people and rendered thousands homeless. She currently stays in an open field nearby amid scarcities. Lately though, Nirmala is elated to have drinking water in her community.

Thanks to ACT Alliance,she along with other women in the her community,do not have to wake up at wee hours in the morning to fetch water. Instead, they can utilize the time for other productive activities, like spending time with their children.  Nirmala is one of the seven household members of Bungmati who benefitted from the Bungmati Water supply scheme supported by ACT Alliance.

Case story: Recuperating after the disaster
05 Jan 2016

Case story: Recuperating after the disaster

“I and my husband were resting inside our house after having a meal at about noon on 25 April 2015.” So began Mrs. Sukh Maya B.K., a 47-year-old woman belonging to Dalit community. She added it was then that they felt a violent shaking of their house and surroundings, which subsequently collapsed. They, with other families of Jaubari-2, Phinam, Gorkha, managed to escape and save their lives. They were but unable to take any of their food stuffs, clothes, kitchen utensils, or livestock out of their collapsed houses. Sukh Maya’s 78-year-old husband and 11-year-old son had attempted to recover the buried property and livestock immediately but to no avail, as the strong aftershocks continued.

ACT Alliance Nepal Forum’s convenorship handed over to Dr. Manandhar

David Smith, Regional Representative of South Asia  of Dan Church Aid  (DCA) and  former convenor of ACT Alliance  Nepal Forum , has handed over the convenorship of ACT Alliance Nepal Forum to Lutheran World Federation Nepal’s Country Director Dr. Prabin Manandhar on the dated 22nd December 2015 for following the 2016 and 2017.  Mr. David served as the Forum’s convenor from   January 2014 to December 2015.

Pictures Speak for themselves ….Some glimpses of Earthquake Response in Selang
05 Jan 2016

Pictures Speak for themselves ….Some glimpses of Earthquake Response in Selang

The Lutheran World Federation has lent an extensive support to the earthquake victims in Selang VDC of Sindhupalchowk district in terms of providing them with means for temporary shelter and initiation of small scale mechanisms with regard to producing food and drinking water. The organization distributed corrugated galvanized iron (CGI) sheet to altogether 1321 earthquake hit people in the VDC, among which 654 were male and 667 female. Likewise, blankets and tarpaulins were handed over the VDC’s 260 households.

Scary Saturday still haunts Santoshi
05 Jan 2016

Scary Saturday still haunts Santoshi

Santoshi Suwal, 40, had a bad dream on Friday night. She thought it was nothing serious so didn't share it with her husband Aakash, thinking it might bother him too. She prepared food for her 10-member family in the morning. After doing some household chores,she headed to her field as it was high time to reap wheat. As she was busy in the noon, suddenly she started hearing loud noise around.She saw her neighbors running to open fields shouting for help.

80-yr-old hikes for one and half hour for tarpaulin
05 Jan 2016

80-yr-old hikes for one and half hour for tarpaulin

Nar Bahadur Karki, 80, calls himself a lucky man. He made through the devastating 7.6-magnitude earthquake unharmed on April 25. He said he was reborn on April 25. But a permanent resident of Selang-7 VDC of Sindhupalchowk district is now homeless. "I saw my two houses collapse within few seconds as I scrambled through for safety with my wife," he said.

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