Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal (JCYCN) is working for the relief distribution to the earthquake victims of Nepal with the coordination and collaboration of ESDO-Nepal, Ideal Investor Group, Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction Forum Nepal (CMDRR Forum Nepal), Islamic Medical Association Nepal (IMAN), Sinergi Foundation Indonesia, Albarari Dubai UAE National Public Health Advocacy and Research Foundation. If you are interested to join hand for the humanitarian support in this critical situation our bank details is:
Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal, Bank of Kathamndu Nepal (BOK) Kamalpokhari, Kathmandu, Account No. 050000014768 Swift Code BOKLNPKA
Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal,
Central contact office
Nagarjun Municipality-13, Syuchatar, Kathmandu
Contact No. +977-4671288, (President Tilottam Paudel 9851133858, Program Coordinator Debaki Acharya 9841267472, Board Member Deepak Bashyal 9841026085)
Situation Update | 25 April 2015 to 17 May 2015 Morning
Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction Forum (CMDRR Forum nepal), Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal (JCYCN) and ESDO-Nepal, IMA Nepal members were visited some places of earthquake affected area, communicate in different district and research media information by internet to collect the data and information of earthquake with an objective to know the situation and the status of the people of earthquake-affected areas. Following are the situation updates, being discovered during our visit. References are also taken from media sources, government reports, local people and news coverage.
12 May 2015 again 7.4 rector scale earthquake was came, it’s increasing the death no. 190people may be it is increasing.
|Places||Government announce the 14 Highly affected districts they are: Kathmandu, Rasuwa, Nuwakot, Dhading, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok, Ramechap, Sindhuli, Dolakha, Okhaldhunga, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kavrepalanchok, Makwanpur and other places of Nepal total 39 districts are affected|
|No. of Deaths||Still 8567 people are death among them 70 were foreign people, Kathmandu 1222, Rasuwa 579, Nuwakot 1045, Dhading 728, Gorkha 414, Sindhupalchok 3423, Ramechap 39, Sindhuli 14, Dolakha 154, Okhaldhunga 19, Lalitpur 181, Bhaktapur 326, Kavrepalanchok 319, Makwanpur 35, Solukhumbu 22.
12 May 2015 again 7.4 rector scale earthquake was came, it’s increasing the death no. 190 people may be it is increasing.
|No. of Injured||In total injured 18000 (but it is increase the data) 50 are foreign, Sindhupalchok 860, Kathmandu 4634, Nuwakot 1311, Dhading 702, Rasuwa 753, Gorkha 1034, Kavrepalanchok 2780, Bhaktapur 1861, Lalitpur 2529 Dolakha 304, Makawanpur 127, Remechap 34, Solukhumbu 80, Okhaldhunga 53, Sindhuli 148. But due to the earthquake still 101182 persons were sick and they got the health service.|
|No. of Casualties||25 April 2015 Saturday’s deadly 7.9 magnitude quake and a series of Until time after 25th April more than 235 earthquake is continue more than 4 rector scale. Still 8309 people lost their lives, more than 18 thousand were injured, Still many people are missing in mountain area and landslide. Today morning again 5.5 rector scale earthquake came; it affected in Dhading district epicenter.|
|Missing||Different Rescue Committee are rescue and searching but no any exact date disseminates by the media, still some tourist and other citizen are missing in Rasuwa and some mountain area, still 111 foreign are contactless and thousands of people are missing.|
|House damages||488788 houses are totally damaged and 267282 houses were partially damaged. 10,790 government buildings had been totally destroyed, with another 14,997 partially damaged.121 schools are totally damaged and 192 schools are partially damaged.
Totally Damaged Public households data according to Highly affected 14 District:-
Sindhupalchok, 63885, Kathmandu 36973, Nuwakot 57943, Dhading 43741, Rasuwa 8000, Gorkha 44659, Kavrepalanchok 49933, Bhaktapur 18900, Lalitpur 16344, Dolakha 48880, Makawanpur 15012, Remechap 26743, Solukhumbu 2505, Okhaldhunga 10600, Sindhuli 12704 and other district also.Updated information is increasing due to the 12 May 2015, again devastating earthquake 7.4 rector scale. Estimated that More than 1 lakh houses were damaged. Totally Damaged Public households data according to Highly affected 14 District:-Sindhupalchok, 63885, Kathmandu 36973, Nuwakot 57943, Dhading 43741, Rasuwa 8000, Gorkha 44659, Kavrepalanchok 49933, Bhaktapur 18900, Lalitpur 16344, Dolakha 48880, Makawanpur 15012, Remechap 26743, Solukhumbu 2505, Okhaldhunga 10600, Sindhuli 12704 and other district also.Partially Damaged Public households data according to Highly affected 14 District:-
Sindhupalchok, 2751, Kathmandu 50753, Nuwakot 4200, Dhading 18720, Rasuwa 2410, Gorkha 13430, Kavrepalanchok 23714, Bhaktapur 9090, Lalitpur 5851, Dolakha 3120, Makawanpur 17042, Remechap 13173, Solukhumbu 6176, Okhaldhunga 3107, Sindhuli 8087Totally Damaged government houses data according to Highly affected 14 District:-
Sindhupalchok still not updated, Kathmandu 9990, Nuwakot 16, Dhading 200, Rasuwa still not updated, Gorkha 40, Kavrepalanchok 2, Bhaktapur still not updated, Lalitpur 252, Dolakha 6, Makawanpur still not updated, Remechap still not updated, Solukhumbu 21, Okhaldhunga 11, Sindhuli 18
Partially Damaged government houses data according to Highly 14 affected District:-
|Displaces||Still not any exact data are not declared but Kathmandu, Rasuwa, Nuwakot, Dhading, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok, Ramechap, Sindhuli, Dolakha, Okhaldhunga, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kavrepalanchok, Makwanpur almost houses are destroyed and damage. More than 8 lakh people are return hometown from Kathmandu to hometown. 6 Lakh 69 thousand 6 hundred 65 people people have been displaced by the earthquake.(Updated information is increasing due to the 12 May 2015, again devastating earthquake 7.4 rector scale) more than 4 hundred thousand houses were fully damages and more than 2 hundred 50 thousand houses were partially damaged so we can generally estimated that that more than 30 lakh people have to left the house.|
|Alive rescue||872 people are rescue alive but but exact data is not disseminate|
|Effects||1. more than 12 million people were affected
2. Almost houses are completely collapsed by the earthquake of 14 more effected district,due to the 12 May 2015 earthquake affected 35 district, where the human life lost, many other districts are affected and many other district’s school buildings are affected
3. Due to the fear of the continue earthquake in different center points of earthquake. Thousand and thousand people are displaced
4. Almost 95% of holy places, temples are completely damage.
5. Business mall and jail are also damaged.
6. Some Highway roads are blocked and damaged.
7. Many schools and colleges are damaged
8. 39 Districts are affected
9. Still some mountains area rescue team are not reach because of the rain, dry landslide and snow slide
10. Government announce 14 districts are highly effected (Kathmandu, Rasuwa, Nuwakot, Dhading, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok, Ramechap, Sindhuli, Dolakha, Okhaldhunga, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kavrepalanchok, Makwanpur
11. Now many places have increasing the different disease and communicable disease, so many people are affected.
|Children affected||1. 1.7 Million children severely affected by earthquake (according to the source of life-saving UNICEF supplies reach Nepal).
2. Almost children’s are traumatized, they are suffering by fear, most affected district (14 districts) student had lost the course book, note books, uniform and other educational materials.
Affected schools data
|1. UNFPA estimates some 2 million women and girls of reproductive age are among those affected – including some 126,000 pregnant women are affected.2. 5131 Schools are affected among them 13312 school’s room are damaged. Major damaged rooms are 5010 and minor Damage rooms are 6525 as well as 1643 school’s toilets are damaged. 928 school’s compound wall was destroyed. 1019 water suppliers were damages in school. (Due to the 12 May 2015 earthquake many other schools are damaged, still updated data is not relies).|
|Immediate needs||1. 1.4 million people need food.
2. Financial, foods and health services alternative shelter support. (Though provided, is not adequate for people)
3. Blood donation for the injured people
4. Sanitary pad for women and dry pot for children
5. Counseling to the survivors of earthquake and people losing their family members
6. Adequate and holistic health facilities (still most effected and center points area has not reach the rescue team and Health services provider team)
7. 4 lakh tent are need for the earthquake affected area now almost are fulfill but still some tents are needy.
|Long term needs||1. Resettlement provisions for those losing their entire property on earthquake.
2. Establishment of alternative schools and college for the children and student
3. Continue supply of medicine, health services and nutrition food with special priority to vulnerable group like women, children and elderly.
4. Educational support
5. School construction support
6. Income generating support
7. Awareness campaign
8. Counseling to the survivors of earthquake and people losing their family members.
|What government is doing?||1. All the resourceful agencies are continue to rescue and health services.
2.From 20 countries are come to support for the rescue and other needy support. 3. 132754 security personals are mobilizing for the rescue and relief distribution.
4. 20 Helicopter are using for the rescue and distribute the relief materials
5.National and international 32 medical colleges are mobilizing for the heath service
6. 101 international medical team, 100 national and NRN medical team and 1000 doctors, nurse and medical persons are mobilizing in earthquake-affected area
7. 24 countries rescue team are mobilizing and some rescue team are return their home country.
8. Prime minister relief found formation and collecting the budget and relief materials.
9. Total 68575 people are getting the health service among them 17871 are injured peoples by the earthquake.
10.Government declared to provide per house Rs. 2 Lakh to make the new house to settlement and Rs. 1 Lakh 40 thousand provide for the death’s family.
|NGOs/ INGOs and international team||They are working on their access but still it is not getting any adequate data. AIN, UN Agency and other local NGOs are working on their access. ICRC, Red cross society are actively working. Indonesia, Turkey, Pakistan, India, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh and other countries rescue team and medical team also working. Now national and international 32 medical collages are mobilizing for the health service providing to the earthquake victims.NGO federation Nepal center committee is coordinating, collaborating with organizational and government agency to provide the humanitarian support for the victims. Different country red cross team also mobilizing.|
|Relief Fund||Relief found is not enough now, still rescue team and medical team are not reach on the some affected area. It needs very tough found to solve the problem and it need long term support also.|
|What next?||It is very high unexpected disaster so, death ratio is increasing, injured no. also increasing, maybe influenza, communicable disease and other viral will be increase. It seems that, health service is needy in future. As well is it looks very long time support is needy to resolve the problem.|
|Video Link||Now hear is very difficult to upload the picture due the internet problem, So you can see all the pictures in different media on your access.|
|JCYCN, ESDO-Nepal CMDRR-Forum Nepal, IMA Nepal Action for the earthquake v||We are regularly updated the information and circulate within our network and groups.
Mobilizing 50 volunteers to collect the relief materials and distribution. Regularly coordinating with Government agency, National and International organizations for the support, NGO Federation Nepal center committee, Local Disaster Management Committed, CMDRR-Forum Nepal member organization and Victims.
Coordinating with Health Ministry to import the international medicine and doctors to serve the health service for the earthquake victims.Sirubari VDC, Sindhupalchok (105 Family) (30 April 2015) With joint effort of Idea Investors Group, JCYCN, ESDO- Nepal, CMDRR Forum Nepal,IMA-NEPAL, friends circle from Devdaha Rupandehi, friends circle from Biratnagar
2. Blankets :40
7. Chiura: 20kg
8. Water Bottle:840
9. Basic Medicine: Two cartoon (Sitamol, Metron, brufin, betadin, handiplast,jivanjal, hand sanitizer, navajivan, ruller bandage, chetana plast, spirit, melran forte, D pain, myolaxin gauze pc, Gloves, Piush, Masks)
10. Clothes: 14 sacksSyuchatar (30 April 2015)
1. 720 bottle waterNasikasthan Kavre VDC-9, (40 house hold) (1 May 2015) With joint effort of Idea Investors Group, JCYCN, ESDO- Nepal, CMDRR Forum Nepal,IMA-NEPAL, friends circle from Devdaha Rupandehi, friends circle from Biratnagar
1. 1200 KG rice
2. 40 little oilRasuwa (50 household) (2 May 2015) With joint effort of Idea Investors Group, JCYCN, ESDO- Nepal, CMDRR Forum Nepal,IMA-NEPAL, friends circle from Devdaha Rupandehi, friends circle from Biratnagar.
1.1500 kg rice
2. 50 tent
3. 50 packet Oil
4. Shop 50 pieces
5. Dal etc
Kathmandu, Kritipur (50 household) (4 May 2015) with joint effort of Sinergi Foundation Indonesia, IMA Nepal, JCYCN and ESDO Nepal
Nasikasthan VDC, Kavrepalanchok (5 May 2015) for 45 household, with joint effort of IMA Nepal, JCYCN, ESDO Nepal, Albarari Dubai UAE and Idea Investors Group
With the coordination of Volunteers aid Nepal for the relief support in Gorkha and coordination with Rasuwa government agency we are distributing 5 truck materials.
Indonesian doctor’s handover some medicine in JCYCN office (7th May 2015) with the coordination and collaboration of Islamic Medical Association Nepal (IMAN) we have planning to handover this medicine in different district hospital.
JCYCN team is coordinating with different international medical teams for providing health service. It’s coordinating by Dr. Mohamad Kashim Shaha (Advisor of JCYCN and Representative of IMAN).
AARUCHANAUTE Magaltar VDC, Gorkha (7 May 2015)110 household with the joint effort of National Public Health Advocacy and Research Foundation, IMA Nepal, JCYCN, ESDO Nepal and CMDRR Forum Nepal.
Mambu VDC, Gorkha (9 May 2015)120 household with the joint effort of IMA Nepal, JCYCN, ESDO Nepal, CMDRR Forum Nepal and National Public Health Advocacy and Research Foundation,
My Care Humanitarian Care Malaysia, Islamic Medical Association Nepal, Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal (JCYCN) and Indonesian
Red Crescent (9 May 2015) we are success to distributing the relief materials for 100 household in Satungal, Kathmandu. We are provided the following materials
JCYCN was provide the group counseling class for 250 school student (12 May 2015) in Devchuli Municipality of Nawalparasi.
With the joint effort of JCYCN, IMAN distribute the relief materials for 135 family of Satungal, Kathmandu on 14 May 2015.
With the joint effort of JCYCN, IMAN, and AI-Khair Foundation, we are success to hand over the 5 wheelchair for the Shahid Memorial Community Hospital, Kalanki Kathmandu on 16 May 2015.
We organized the Free health Camp program on 16 May 2015 in Kritipur, Kathmandu with the joint effort of JCYCN, IMAN, ESDO and Pakisthan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA)
With the joint effort of JCYCN, IMAN, and My Care Humanitarian Care Malaysia, we are success to distribute the following materials in Sundhara Devi VDC-5 and 7 ward, Nuwakot for 110 household on 16 May 2015.
With the joint effort of JCYCN, IMAN, Nepal Public Health Association (NEPHA) and Dubai some friends, we distribute the following materials in Laharepauwa VDC’s 50 household in 17 May 2015
With the joint effort of JCYCN, IMAN, and AI-Khair Foundation, we are success to hand over the 10 big size tent in District Hospital Giri Dolakha. on 17 May 2015.