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Testimonials from the field: Supporting flood affected communities in Rautahat

Joint Monitoring Visit Report from  Rasuwa
15 Jan 2016

Joint Monitoring Visit Report from Rasuwa

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.

Joint Monitoring Visit in Dhading  Gorkha and Lalitpur...
13 Jan 2016

Joint Monitoring Visit in Dhading Gorkha and Lalitpur...

Nepal is located in one of the most active and fragile mountain range in the world which makes it extremely vulnerable to disasters.Nepal saw one of the biggest earthquakes of its times on April 25th 2015 with a magnitude of 7.8 ricther scales which was followed by an equally powerful aftershock of 7.3 Richter scales on May 12 2015. Thirty five out of the seventy five districts of the country were affected. Over 8800 people lost their lives and millions were rendered homeless. ACT Alliance was one of the first to respond to the disaster and provide immediate relief and recovery support to the affected communities in different parts of Nepal.

Relief Support was a Life-saver
06 Jan 2016

Relief Support was a Life-saver

The rural Village Development Committee (VDC) of Kolki in Lamjung District comprises 377 households. It is situated between the northwestern border of Gorkha District and the eastern part of Bhalayakharka VDC in Lamjung. After the devastating earthquake on 25 April 2015, many people in Kolki lost their houses, foodstuffs, clothing and other belongings. People are now living under makeshift arrangements and emergency shelters with dismal protection from heat, rain and wind. The affected people do not even have adequate security of whatsoever belongings they are left with, as there is no cover and no secure space for household activities. Due to losing most their crucial possessions, they are in urgent need of essential supplies.

Case Study “Gratified, for my life’s finally limped back towards normalcy”
06 Jan 2016

Case Study “Gratified, for my life’s finally limped back towards normalcy”

My Name is Gangalaal Shrestha, a resident of Baramchi VDC, Ward No. 3, Dabali of Sindhupalchowk district. I am seventy-four years old and have four sons, three daughters, four daughters in law and altogether seven grandchildren. However, I and my wife have been living separately from them for years.

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.

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