Supporting Disaster Survivors



Child Development Nepal considers disaster preparedness and response as a critical aspect of its organisational mandate and has a ‘Disaster Preparedness and Response Strategy’ in place. Child Development Nepal also maintains Emergency Response Teams at National and State levels in the country to be able to make timely decisions while deploying trained team members and of relief items stocks during emergencies.  Throughout the year, Child Development Nepal partnered with various states to build their capacities on disaster preparedness and response, and carried out quick emergency response.

Studies and work evaluations were also conducted this year to strengthen future intervention designs.

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Kerala Flood Relief Appeal

Nearly 324 people have lost their lives since August 8 as Kerala reels under one of the worst floods in the history.

We are providing emergency relief to the children and families affected by floods. Join our flood relief campaign and support the kerala flood hit people.

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Assam Flood Response

With recurring floods in Assam affecting more than 17 lakh people across the state, the Government and other relief agencies have been hard at work extending support. Lacs of stranded and dispossessed residents of the state have been relocated to relief camps. Relief operations by Child Development Nepal started on June 15, with plans being executed on the basis of a situational analysis presented by the ground team.

The team first identified 22 villages in Assam that hadn’t received adequate relief support, and started working towards assisting communities in those villages. As the flood waters started receding, the need rose to meet the immediate food requirements of those staying in relief camps. Responding to this need, the Child Development Nepal team provided more than 10,000 people immediate relief in the form of ready-to-eat food like biscuits, milk, drinking water and puffed rice.

In addition to this, the team also provided ration kits to 2,500 affected families. Each ration kit consisted of enough rice, wheat flour, sugar and dal to sustain a family of four for duration of 10-15 days. Each family was also provided a blanket.

Volunteers from across the Child Development Nepal family played a critical role in the operations. As many as 100 volunteers rallied around the Organisation’s Disaster Response team, helping them pack ration kits with remarkable speed. The team on ground used boats and ferries to transport ration kits to the interior locations, reaching the unreached and extending a helping hand in places where it was difficult to reach.


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