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Assistance to Flood Victims

Various parts of Dang district were affected by incessant rains in October. According to the District Emergency Operations Center (DEOC), around 5,000 houses have been damaged in all ten municipalities of Dang due to floods and inundation after incessant rains. Among the ten local levels of Dang, four rural villages of Deukhuri have suffered the most damage. Rajpur Rural Municipality has suffered the most damage. According to DEOC data, 325 houses in Rajpur, 254 in Gadhawa Rural Municipality and 120 in Rapti Rural Municipality have been completely damaged. In

addition, the grain crops planted by the farmers have also been destroyed.

Creating Possibilities Nepal, coordinating with the local government, other NGOs, and CBOs, is allocating emergency relief materials for flood victims. This humanitarian aid program is made possible with the help of our generous donors Reach out 2, Mahamata, Her International, and Developing World Connections. Together with our donors, UNAKO Coop and Mother Group have also supported this program.

We have provided the victims with food, cooking utensils, blankets and cash.

We have been providing emergency relief for flood victims in coordination with the local government in 3 rural villages. 53-year-old Sher Bahadur Chaudhary is a local resident of Rajpur-6 Gandi. According to him, he is a laborer and had to lose his food due to the flood. After getting rice, dal, salt, and oil, he was pleased. We are targeted to reach more than 350 families.

Similarly, we have facilitated a one-day health camp in collaboration with the Family Planning Association of Dang, Nepal, Health Office Dang, Gadhawa Rural Municipality, Nepal Pharmacists Association of Dang, Group 55 PP Bharatpur, and Strengthening System for Better Health. Health experts examined more than 100 flood victims in this camp.

On this occasion, women's health experts examined the uterus of about 40 women.

The sun is starting to shine these days. Farmers are busy harvesting their fields. Now, the farmer's day is slowly becoming normal. But the families who were completely damaged by the flood are still in trouble. Relief has helped normalize life and has protected children from malnutrition.


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