USAID Nepal’s Family Planning Service Strengthening Program aims to strengthen the accessibility and availability of comprehensive family planning (FP) services to the people of Nepal.
USAID’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) transitions to a field office. Relief agencies continue monsoon season preparations in earthquake-affected areas as heavy rains begin in eastern Nepal. USAID/OFDA commits additional funding to assist earthquake-affected populations in Dolakha and Sindhupalchowk districts.
The UN issues a revised flash appeal for Nepal, requesting $422 million to assist 2.8 million people through September 2015. USAID/OFDA commits $300,000 to Handicap International (HI) to support physical rehabilitation services for 1,500 injured persons.
Meteorologists forecast that monsoon rains will begin in Nepal in early June. With USAID/FFP support, the UN World Food Program (WFP) reaches more than 1.8 million earthquake-affected people with food assistance. USAID/OFDA commits $500,000 to the UN World Health Organization (WHO) to support health interventions.
Relief agencies report 2.8 million Nepalis in need of humanitarian assistance. Delivering relief supplies in advance of monsoon season remains an earthquake response priority. USAID/OFDA provides an additional $4 million to support earthquake response efforts.
Last updated: August 19, 2015