Heavy monsoon rainfall in July 2020 triggered large scale flooding and landslides in several district across Nepal. From the onset of monsoon on 12 June until September 2020, the number of deaths due to landslides, floods and lightning has reached 363.
Heavy rainfall in July 2020 triggered large-scale flooding and landslides in several districts across Nepal. From the onset of monsoon on 12 June until 1 September 2020, the number of deaths due to landslides, floods and lightning is 282.
Large-scale flooding and landslides have been triggered in several districts across Nepal following heavy rainfalls in July 2020.
This Flood Displacement Dashboard created on 3 September 2017 shows the number of displaced individuals in Nepal.
This Flood Displacement Report found that out of the 5,072 displaced persons from 1,045 households covered by DTM, 100 percent of sites are spontaneous settlements. The most common type of shelter is makeshift/tarpaulin which accounted for 67 percent of sites. 50 percent of sites reported having
The DTM assessed 65 active sites hosting 20 or more households between 28 November and 10 December 2016 in 11 districts. 15,595 people were living in 65 sites. Since round 8 (25th July to 2 August 2016), 4 new sites had become active and 5 previously sites had closed.
From 25th July to 2 August 2016, the DTM team identified and planned to visit 80 potential displacement sites across the affected districts.
From 9 May to 20 May 2016, the DTM team identified and visited 89 potentialdisplacement sites across the affected districts. Of these, 78 were active andhosting 20 households or more in camp-like settings while remaining 11, including