Nepal: Earthquake - District Assessment - Preliminary findings Sindhupalchok (as at 02 June 2015)

KEY FINDINGS According to key informants, 55% of the population in the assessed VDCs, 64 out of 79 in total, is inneed, with 38% in immediate need of support.99% of the population has been affected as a result of damage to their home. 88% of the population hasbeen displaced due to uninhabitable shelters. The displaced population is approximately evenly splitbetween displacement sites (away from home) and scattered sites (close proximity to home).Key Informants indicated that shelter, food security, and livelihoods are the main needs in order ofpriority. Borrowing, support from friends and relatives and relying on less preferred and less expensivefood are the main coping strategies. The main constraint to meeting these needs are primarily due to thelack of physical access, followed by interference to aid delivery and the gaps in aid provision.

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Last Updated September 5, 2016, 09:17 (UTC)
Created July 4, 2016, 15:06 (UTC)
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