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The General Secretary of the ACT Alliance Dr John Nduna and ACT Alliance Nepal Forum Convener Dr Prabin Manandhar convened a meet with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Women, Children and Social welfare CP Mainali on Wednesday.
During the meeting Dr Nduna briefed about ACT Alliance, presence of ACT Alliance Nepal forum and its humanitarian and development assistance to Nepali population. He specifically highlighted the contribution of ACT alliance Nepal forum and its members to earthquake affected population in Nepal.
The meeting discussed about the modality Nepal government is adopting in relation to earthquake response in Nepal . During the meet, DPM Mainali shared that INGOs have been doing good in humanitarian assistance particularly in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in April last year . He also admitted that due to the delay on issuance of permanent shelter construction guideline, there is delay on reconstruction work.
During the visit Dr Nduna asked DPM Mainali for his specific recommendations for ACT Alliance members in Nepal. In response, Mainali suggested to design the earthquake response activities related to reconstruction after through consultation with National Reconstruction Authority (NRA).
On Tuesday, Dr John had a meeting with KP Oli, the Prime Minister of Nepal .
The General Secretary of the ACT Alliance Dr John Nduna, the Country Director of Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Dr Prabin Manandhar and Regional Representative of Dan Church Aid Mr David Smith convened a meet with Prime Minister (PM) K.P Oli and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affair (MoFA) Mr Kamal Thapa on Tuesday evening.
During the meet, Dr Nduna shared about the alliance’s assistance to earthquake affected population in Nepal and asked Prime Minister’s perspective on modality to design upcoming activities on behalf of the alliance.
By Lucia de Vries
It takes a village to rebuild one. Almost nine months after the earthquake that destroyed 600,000 buildings in Nepal, the people of Sanogoan village have joined hands to rebuild their homes. The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) Nepal, in collaboration with the ACT Nepal Forum, recently deposited money in the bank accounts of 90 families from the village for this purpose.
The reconstruction of homes in Nepal has been delayed by a political crisis that followed the adoption of a new constitution last September. While Nepal’s political crisis drags on, the people of Sanogoan have little time to talk politics: they are busy making bricks.
The central team of Act Alliance joint monitoring visit led by Dr Prabin Manandhar, the Country Director of LWF Nepal has visited Gatlang and Goljung VDCs of Rasuwa district on Friday. They observed transitional shelter, livelihood and water and Sanitation related activities in the VDCs. They also attended a cultural program organized by local people. LWF has been implementing shelter, non food item support, psycho-social support and water and sanitation activities in Rasuwa under Act appeal.