KATHMANDU, Nov 10: India has supplied relief material to the Government of Nepal in response to the earthquake tragedy. Acting on the commitment of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the third tranche of over 12 tonnes of earthquake relief support, consisting of blankets, sleeping bags, tents and essential medical supplies reached Nepal on November 9, 2023, via a special Indian Air Force (IAF) C-130 flight.
RUKUM WEST, Nov 5: Relief materials have arrived in Aathbiskot of Rukum West for recent earthquake survivors. A Nepal Army helicopter arrived here with the supplies dispatched by the Karnai Province government.
PANCHTHAR, July 2: Minister for Physical Infrastructures and Transport Prakash Jwala directed the concerned agencies not to delay distribution of relief materials and compensation to the landslide and flood survivors in the wake of monsoon-induced disasters hitting hard in different parts of the country.
KATHMANDU, May 24: CREASION and Coca-Cola in Nepal have announced a joint initiative named Waste Worker Emergency Relief Project (WWERP) in a bid to provide awareness, safety gears and relief materials to waste workers and their families amid the global pandemic.
KATHMANDU, April 22: The Industry, Commerce, Labour and Consumer Interest Protection Committee of the Federal Parliament has submitted a four-point memorandum to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence, Ishwor Pokhrel.
KATHMANDU, April 18: Expressing concerns over the irregularities and discrimination made in the distribution of relief materials, the main opposition, Nepali Congress (NC), has urged the government to form an all-party monitoring mechanism at all local level governments.
KATHMANDU, April 5: A group of students from the Institute of Crisis Management Studies, Dhumbarahi and Armed Police Force Valley Command Office have jointly donated relief materials including daily essentials to Gurjudhara-based 'Aama Ghar', an elderly home-cum-orphanage run by social worker Dilsobha Shrestha.
The deadly rainstorm that hit the poor settlements in Bara and Parsa districts on March 31 left 28 people dead, displaced hundreds and destroyed large number of houses. Right after deaths and devastation were reported, actors—from common citizens to political party leaders to chief ministers to prime minister—sprang into action to reach out and help the survivors in every possible way.
JUMLA, Jan 28: District Administration Office (DOA) Jumla, distributed relief materials to differently abled people who were living on the roadside after the mercury dipped to -8 degree Celsius at Khalanga, Jumla's district headquarter. Continuous heavy snowfall for a week has brought normal life to a standstill and affected vehicular movement in the district.