Nepal news

In January 2017, a team of external evaluators carried out the end of project evaluation of the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) project implemented in partnership with DCA from April 2015-April 2016.
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WFP’s Logistics Help offers free shipping, storing and transport of emergency relief to the Nepali government and the many NGOs.
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To prevent outbreaks of infectious diseases in the wake of last month’s earthquake DanChurchAid and ACT partners are struggling to provide clean water and sanitation.
The emergency work in Nepal continues. In this video Christian Wollf from DanChurchAid reports from Bhaktapur
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On Tuesday May 12th Nepal was hit by a new devastating earthquake of 7.3 magnitude
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Hope for finding survivors in the ruins after the devastating Earthquake in Nepal is fading. Heavy rains and landslides create new challenges for the rescue workers.
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Christian Wolff, DanChurchAid employee, sent the first longer report to DanChurchAid Headquarters after the massive earthquake. This is what he wrote:
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DanChurchAid has sent three humanitarian response experts to Nepal to assist the local office and partners in the planning of the relief work as fast as possible.
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They build some of the world’s finest apartment buildings. They themselves live in the most horrible conditions right next to the building site. Visiting Bangladeshi migrant workers in the Cyberjaya district of Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia’s Silicon Valley on occasion of the International Migrants Day, December 18th
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Satra Kumari Gurung is a returnee migrant and one of the founder members of the organization Pourakhi in Nepal. Pourakhi runs a temporary shelter in Kathmandu to help returnee migrant women.