Bringing Some Relief to Flood Survivors

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World Vision International Nepal (WVIN) is assisting communities in the Bardiya district which was severely affected by the recent monsoon floods.

WVIN provided non-food relief packs to 300 families which included: tarpaulin, blanket, mattress, mosquito net, kitchen utensils, clothing for the family, 20 litre capacity water jerry can, plastic mug, and nylon rope.

As of 1 September in Bardiya district, 14,424 families have been displaced, 3,023 houses have been completely damaged and 11,512 houses have been partially damaged leaving more than 80,000 people affected. Across the country, 152,975 people have been affected and 15,237 families have been displaced by the recent floods. (source: National Emergency Operations Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs)

  • Houses damaged by the floods and rainfall in Bardiya district.
  • Mohammad pulls the seat of his bicycle out of the mud. It was broken into pieces when his house collapsed during the recent floods in Bardiya district.
  • Juganti, with her children, stand on the spot where their house used to stand. Everything they owned was washed away by the floods.
  • World Vision staff distribute Non-Food Relief Items (NFRIs) to the people affected by flood in Bardiya district.
  • Flood affected people receiving Non-Food Relief Items (NFRIs) distributed by World Vision in Bardiya district, Nepal.
  • Juganti, with her son Sanjay and husband, after receiving Non-Food Relief Items (NFRIs) from World Vision. They have been living on the road side for the last 14 days. They are quite relieved to get these items as they have nothing left after everything was washed away by the flood.
  • A happy child after receiving relief items from World Vision. Her house was damaged by the recent floods in Bardiya District.
  • Juganti’s children are very happy to receive news clothes and relief supplies from World Vision. The family built a temporary shelter after the floods.
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