Material support for school at Borta
Thanks to your support and contributions, we were able to successfully complete the distribution of materials for shelter to 12 deserving families on 15th of July 2023 from Borta, Rugin in Bajura. This recent activity serves as a continuation of our ongoing efforts to support the community and their housing challenges.
PHASE Nepal has been supporting remote and needy communities affected by disasters with its emergency relief as well as long-term recovery programs, especially after the earthquake in 2015. Nepal is prone to several natural disasters, particularly earthquakes due to its weak tectonic location, and monsoon-induced floods and landslides due to its rugged terrain and mountains with fast-flowing rivers. The monsoon season is ongoing, and our team is on alert to provide any kind of needed support to the people in our project locations. In this update, we present our latest work on disaster risk reduction.
By distributing materials for shelter, we aim to contribute for resilience of these 12 families, helping them for better living conditions. Our dedicated team worked to identify the most vulnerable households and ensure that the resources reached to those who needed them the most.
Our involvement in this area extends beyond the current distribution. In December of the previous year, we undertook an initiative where we provided essential food items to more than 150 families from the same region, including the 12 families who have now received the shelter materials.
Through such interventions, we strive to make a meaningful and lasting impact on the lives of the community members in Borta, enabling them to overcome temporary challenges and move towards a more sustainable and secure future. PHASE Nepal successfully provided essential construction materials and school supplies to the 12 households affected by the landslide in Borta Bajura. The timely assistance has helped the families begin their journey towards recovery and rehabilitation.
Here is the detail of Materials that are distribute to 12 household that are affected by the landslide:
CGI Sheet 6ft: 44 pieces per household.
Plain Sheet: 36 feet per household.
Umbrella Nails: 5 kilograms per household.
Plain Nails 3 inch: 3 kilograms per household.
Kabja: 4 pieces per household.
Door Lock: 1 piece per household.
Door Handle: 2 pieces per household.
Gabion Wire: 5 kilograms per household.
School Materials Distribution:
In addition to construction materials, school materials were also provided to benefit the local educational institutions and children in the area. The distribution of school materials has contributed to enhancing educational opportunities for the local children and promoting learning in the community. The distribution included:
Cushion: 25 pieces.
Whiteboard (5*3): 5 pieces.
Volleyball (N5): 2 pieces.
Football: 1 piece.
Badminton Set: 1 set.
Board Marker: 12 pieces.
Ink for Refill (500ml): 2 bottles.
Act Lock: 2 pieces.
Nepali Grammar: 1 book.
Science Guide Book: 1 book.
English Grammar: 1 book.
We are grateful to our donors and supporters whose contributions make these initiatives possible, allowing us to continue our mission of serving those in need. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the donors for your invaluable support, which has made a significant difference in the lives of those affected by this natural disaster. Your generosity has enabled us to make a positive impact, and we are committed to furthering our efforts in remote areas.
Transportation of CGI sheets for construction
Distribution of construction materials