Cluster Approach in Nepal

When emergencies occur coordination is necessary. Good coordination means less gaps and overlaps in the assistance delivered by humanitarian organizations. [caption id="attachment_982" align="alignnone" width="640"] Cluster Approach in Nepal, during health emergency and disaster management in Nepal[/caption] The foundations of the current international humanitarian coordination system were set by General Assembly resolution 46/182 in December 1991. Almost 15 years later, in 2005, a major reform of humanitarian coordination, known as the Humanitarian Reform Agenda, introduced a number of new elements to...

Number of Health Facilities in Nepal

Public Health Facilities Non-public health facilities Total health facilities (Public and Non-Public) Code Governance Units Provinces Districts Name of Government Unit Hospital Primary Health Care Centers Health Post Urban Health Centers Community Health Unit Other Health Facilities Total 1 Province Province 1 Province Province 1 18 40 648 52 49 9 816 136 952 2 Province Province 2 Province Province 2 13 32 745 17 7 8 822 169 991 3 Province Province 3 Province Province 3 33 43 640...

Kathmandu Open Spaces

Kathmandu Open Spaces

Health Emergencies Training- Review and Planning

Fig: Health Emergency as a Cycle Community Community resilience - risk communication in the schools, vulnerable population and community initiatives First Aid training to the volunteers Links to Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM)      2. Pre-hospital Systematic identification, training, Rostering and mobilization of volunteer community first responders, Community Emergency Medical Technicians (CEMT) Standardized and coordinated ambulance network Development and implementation of standardized referral protocols and pathways.  Declaration from Pre-hospital conference    3. Hospital Safety assessment of health facilities-...

DRR Portal

Nepal Disaster Risk Reduction Portal Incidence Map


SAHANA Portal Disaster Information Management System

Forest Fire Detection and Monitoring System in Nepal

Forest Fire Detection and Monitoring System in Nepal

Kathmandu Valley Earthquake

Emergency and Response Management System

Disaster Management

Disaster Management can be defined as the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters.

Risk profile of Nepal

Risk Profile of Nepal Located in the central of the Himalaya range, Nepal is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world due to its topography and climatic condition. Earthquakes, landslides, floods, fire, thunderbolts are the major causes of disaster events that caused major damaged in the past, weakening the fragile ecosystem of the country. Economic Vulnerability Analysis shows that Nepal exhibits the largest losses due to large exposure at risk and the high level of hazards. As...

Provincial Health Emergency Operations Centre Handover, Doti

On 24 November 2017, the Provincial Health Emergency Operations Center (PHEOC) established in Doti by WHO/Nepal was handed over formally to the Ministry of Health (MoH), Govt of Nepal. This is the Second PHEOC being handed over by WHO to the MoH. The handover function was jointly inaugurated by Dr Sushil Nath Pyakurel, Chief-Specialist, MoHP. The importance of HEOCs in different areas of health sector preparedness and response readiness such as hub and satellite hospitals network coordination, prepositioning and replenishment...

Hub Satellite Hospital Network Information

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