SIMKOT, Aug 21: The district headquarters of Humla is to receive foodstuffs via Kerung point after they are supplied from Kathmandu.

GORKHA, August 11: A team of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA) has returned from Northern Gorkha after conducting a field study of the region on Wednesday.

KATHMANDU, May 23:  The Hilife Food Products, Butwal has provided food supplies to the India-returnees kept in a quarantine facility.

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April 13, 2020 08:06 am

In nearly three weeks since the nationwide lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, life is changing across the country. In Kathmandu, scarcity of essential goods such as rice, lentils, cooking gas, vegetables, and meat has become acute. People are purchasing these items at much higher prices. Fresh vegetables have become the scarce commodities in Kathmandu since the lockdown disrupted transportation channel and vegetable sellers have also confined themselves within their households due to the fear of transmission. The people to suffer most from this situation have been the farmers, who have not been able to harvest the crops and vegetables from their fields and supply them to the market. As a result, in many places across the country, they have left the ripe harvest uncollected. Elsewhere they are spilling the milk on the road or feeding the cattle with the fresh vegetables. The situation today is while fresh vegetables and crops are rotting or remain uncollected in the fields in some parts of the country, people in other parts are struggling to obtain the same.

KATHMANDU, April 4: Tara Air is ferrying essential food supplies to Simikot, Humla at the request Nepal Food Corporation.