APF and District team maintaining a one door policy at relief distribution center.
Fully equipped DEOC, along with three staff, is working 24 hours a day to collect and verify information.
UNICEF hygiene kit and other necessary items distributed to affected households.
UNICEF hygiene kit as part of the relief package to the affected households.
Joint observation team interacting with Women Devleopment Officer to identify the needs of the affected children.
Temporary evacuation camp by armed police force.
Temporary toilets constructed by WASH Cluster member Oxfam for displaced population living in camp setting.
Damages, Losses and Recovery Needs of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sector
13 June 2015 – Nepal’s sanitation social movement resumes as post disaster recovery continues
Despite the grief, work goes on for a female community health volunteer
Soaps and toothbrush – no ordinary earthquake relief materials
The world that I #IMAGINE for children is ...
CRC@25 Celebration in the Historic Ratna Park
"Dalit" Life Through the Lens: Photos by Community Children
Launch of Aamir Khan as UNICEF's Regional Goodwill Ambassador
Flood relief efforts in the mid-western region of Nepal
Joint relief efforts for people affected by Sunkoshi landslide and flood
UNICEF Nepal National Ambassador Ani Choying Dolma visits Southern Nepal
ChildApp Appathon: Innovative solution for children
PHOTO FEATURE: Nepal Multiple Indicator Clusters Survey (NMICS) 2014
Safe Motherhood Celebration 2014
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