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Nepal

Nepal Red Cross Society

Nepal earthquake: the importance of dialogue with affected communities

Nepal earthquake: the importance of dialogue with affected communities

Nepal Red Cross uses a mix of traditional and modern means to engage with local communities

Nepal’s Quake-affected communities rise from the rubble

Nepal’s Quake-affected communities rise from the rubble

Red Cross supports some 7,000 households with reconstruction cash to help communities rebuild after Nepal Earthquake

Meeting Communities’ post-disaster health needs in Nepal

Meeting Communities’ post-disaster health needs in Nepal

Nepal Red Cross increases the number of local health officers and supporting the construction or rehabilitation of more than 40 health posts

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Contact details

Address:

Red Cross Marg
Kalimati
Kathmandu

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 217
Kalimati
Kathmandu

Contact Information:

Tel: (977) (1) 4270 650
Fax: (977) (1) 4271 915
Email: dev@nrcs.org
nrcs@nrcs.org
Web: http://www.nrcs.org
Facebook: www.facbook.com/nepalredcross

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • Chairman: Mr. Sanjiv THAPA
  • Secretary General: Mr. Dev Ratna DHAKHWA
  • Treasurer General: Mr. Devendra Bahadur PRADHAN
  • Acting Executive Director: Mr. Indra BAHADUR KC
  • Head of Earthquake Response Operations: Mr. Umesh DHAKAL
  • Head of Organization Development Department : Mr. Bishnu Hari DEVKOTA
  • Director of Blood Transfusion Service Department: Ms. Manita Raj KARNIKAR
  • Director of Community Development Department : Mr. Akarshan PRADHAN
  • Acting Director for Junior and Youth Red Cross Department : Mr. Sudarshan ADHIKARI
  • Acting Director for Disaster Management Department: Mr. Dharma Raj PANDEY
  • Acting Director Finance Department: Mr. Dharma Dutta BIDARI
  • Acting Director for Health Service Department: Mrs. Mona ARYAL
  • Acting Director for Human Resource Management Department : Mr. Rishi Raman KHANAL
  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Coordinator: Ms Puja KOIRALA
  • Head of Humanitarian Value and Communication Department : Mr. Dibya Raj POUDEL

Nepal earthquake

In response to significant humanitarian needs following the earthquake in Nepal, the IFRC has launched a 33.4 million Swiss franc emergency appeal to provide vital services including food, shelter and water and sanitation assistance for 75,000 vulnerable people. The appeal was launched following an initial Disaster Relief Emergency Fund allocation of 500,000 Swiss francs, which was activated to ensure resources are available immediately.

Read more about the response.


Latest appeals

22 November 2017
Nepal - Earthquake (MDRNP008)
Nepal - Operations Update 14
1 October 2017
Nepal - Monsoon Flods and Landslides (MDRNP009)
Nepal - Operations Update
12 September 2017
Nepal - Earthquake (MDRNP008)
Nepal - Emergency Appeal Revision 3
24 August 2017
Nepal - Monsoon Flods and Landslides (MDRNP009)
Nepal - Donor Response
23 August 2017
Nepal - Monsoon Flods and Landslides (MDRNP009)
Nepal - Emergency Appeal

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