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7.9M Earthquake in Nepal

 


UPDATE 12 MAY (OSOCC Assessment Cell)

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal 12 May, 12:50am local time. The epicentre was located 76km northeast of Kathmandu, in Dolakha district. The earthquake was felt as far as New Dehli, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh (USGS 12/05/2015) The earthquake was followed by several aftershocks; the largest one with a magnitude of 6.3 (GDACS 12/05/2015). 

The initial 7.8 magnitude earthquake on 25 April had an epicentre in Lamjung district, 77km west of Kathmandu. The depth of the 12 May earthquake was 15km. (USGS 12/05/2015) 

According to the Government, 31 out of Nepal’s 75 districts have been affected by the 12 May earthquake (BBC 12/05/2015). Sindhupalchok district, the worst-affected district by the initial earthquake, is expected to be further severely affected, as is Dolakha. Reports are also coming in of injured people and damaged buildings in Sindhuli, Gorkha, Ramechhap, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur (Government 12/05/2015). 

As of 12 May 19:00 local time, 57 dead and 1361 injured people have been reported (MNMCC). At 16:00pm local time, 4 people have been reported dead in Chautara, the district municipality of Sindhupalchok. Buildings have been reported damaged in Chautara. Humanitarian agencies are present in Chautara, where a humanitarian hub was established following the initial earthquake. At least 12 people hav been injured in three major landslides in Sindhupalchok (The Hindu 12/05/2015).

Priorities for humanitarian intervention
- Information 
- Search and Rescue. More than 35 national search and rescue team have been deployed. In the Chautara city area Nepal Army, AFP and Police having been assisting in search and rescue efforts. A team of six USAR personnel (MSB) have also undertaken assessments in the immediate vicinity (UNDAC 12/05/2015). US is conducting Search and Rescue in Charikot.
- Access to cut off areas 
- Shelter: tents, tarpaulins 
- Food delivery for newly displaced people 

Weather forecast
The weather before the new earthquake and in the following days is of concern. On 10 May, heavy rain and hail caused significant flooding in and around Chautara, affecting people who lost their homes living in tents (OCHA 11/05/2015). Weather conditions are also aggravating the landslide situation. Reports about new landslides above Namche have already been received (Doctors for Nepal 12/05/2015). People are reportedly trapped in Tatopani, due to landslides (UNDAC 12/05/2014).

Operational Constrains

- It has been reported that the main road from Chautara to Kathmandu has reportedly been closed due to the risk of landslides however people have made the journey from Chautara to Kathmandu using this road since the earthquake.
- Several major landslides have been reported in Sindhupalchok and Dholaka (CNN 12/05/2015, Local sources). Also in Sanjat district landslides have been reported (local sources 12/05/2015).
- Reports of several roads being blocked by landslides.
- The earthquake is expected to further limit access to remote areas.
- Nepal Police is recommending the use of SMS as phone lines are overwhelmed (Nepal Police 12/05/2015).
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FMTs that have not yet arrived in Kathmandu are advised to stand down.

The International USAR assistance phase has ended as of Sunday, 3 May 1200hrs, issued by MoHA.

The RDC has closed as of 11:00 on 7 May.

Please find here the UNDAC Contact List:https://app.humanitarian.id/#/list/hrinfo:85?protectedBundles=UNDAC

Kathmandu Airport status:http://www.tiairport.com.np/ Status:
- The Kathmandu international airport closed immediately following the earthquake, however the airport is now operational (The Hindu 12/05/2015).
- In bound rate has slowed. Slot allocation cut by 50 per cent to allow SAR and Medevac flights. (DHL)

Please see HumanitarianResponsehttps://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/nepal/assessment-working-group: for situational updates from ACAPS and OSOCC amongst other.


ACAPS Briefing Note 25 Apr
USAID Fact Sheet #1 25 Apr
USAID Fact Sheet No. 2
SitRep No. 12, 08 May
CFE-DMHA Disaster Information Report #17
SitRep No. 13, 11 May

Situation reports
CASS 24hrs Situation Analysis 25 Apr
SitRep No1- 25April2015
SitRep No2- 26April2015
Sphere India SitRep 3- 26April
SitRep No3- 26April2015
European Commission SitRep No.1 25-26 April
48hrs Situation Analysis CASS 27 Apr
SitRep No.4 - 27 April
ACAPS Briefing note #2 27 Apr
SitRep No.5- 28 April
SitRep No.6- 29 April
USAID Fact Sheet #4 29 Apr
ECHO Crisis Flash No 4
USAID Fact Sheet #3 29 Apr
USAID Nepal Earthquake Map, 29 April
ACAPS Briefing Note #4 30 Apr
CFE-DMHA Info Report 29 Apr
SitRep No.7 30 Apr
CFE-DMHA Disaster Info Report #6 30 Apr
ECHO Civil Protection Message #2, 1 May
SitRep No 8-1 May
SitRep #9 02 May
MNMCC report 30 Apr
HuMOCC Meeting - 3 May 2015.pdf
UN-CMCoord Presentation- MNMCC- 4 May 2015.pdf
USAID Factsheet No.7 03 May
ECHO Crisis Flash No.9 03 May
OCHA SitRep 10
JTF 505 Nepal Earthquake INFOSUM, 4 May
CFE-DMHA Disaster Information Report #11, 5 May
SitRep, 5 May, ACAPS-OSOCC
OCHA SitRep 11, 6 May
USAID-DCHA Nepal Earthquake Fact Sheet #9, 6 May
Nepal_FMDA_070515, 7 May
FMT Snapshot 30 April
MNMCC Update 10 May 2015.pdf
CFE-DMHA Disaster Information Report #15
150510_U_CDIR_NepalEarthquake.pdf
OCHA Flash Update on Nepal Earthquake, 12 May 2015
OSOCC Situation Analysis, 12 May
CFE-DMHA Disaster Information Report #18
CFE-DMHA Disaster Information Report #10 04 May 
SitRep No. 11 supplement 06 May 
Maps
EC Map 25-26 Apr
Nepal EQ Severity Index Version 2, 27 April
USAID Fact Sheet Map 27 Apr
USAR Snapshot, as of 1 May
Kathmandu, Pokhara, Bharatpur and Bidur Reference Maps 
Map of the damaged building in Kirtipur 
Statistics
Foreign Military and Civil Protection Status caa 060515 0800hrs.pdf
Lessons Learned
ACAPS Lessons Learned Nepal Response 26 Apr
Meeting Reports
HuMOCC Meeting - 5 May 2015.pdf
HuMOCC Meeting Minutes (9-10 May).pdf
Other
logIK

 

 

Status of request of assistance (last update: 4-May-2015 17:30 by Lena Siedentopp)
03 May 2015

Find attached the official written letter from the Government on the End of the international USAR phase.

- In light of bilateral response of international USAR teams at this point, teams are advised to manage and coordinate with the Government of Nepal directly. We encourage these INSARAG teams that are responding bilaterally to share your operations and any lessons learnt, on this platform-VO. The UCC and RDC will still track and coordinate and provide relevant support to any USAR team on their departure plans till the end of this week. 

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The Government of Nepal has officially requested international assistance and the activation of emergency response. Find enclosed the requests towards the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) for the immediate relief and rescue works in Nepal as well as the request to the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Nepal.


Official request for assistance Nepal to EU
Official request for assistance to UN
End of International USAR Phase - from Govt of Nepal -3 May 2015
Comments (last update: 14-May-2015 10:13 by Lena Siedentopp)
USAR teams updates: Please post under your related working sector. >OSOCC > Sector A-T/Peripheral operations


Operational Environment

Country baseline data (last update: 25-Apr-2015 20:14 by Lena Siedentopp)
Country name: The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
Time zone: NPT (UTC+5:45)
Population: 27,797,457 (January 2015, World Bank)
Capital: Kathmandu
Administrative division: Nepal is divided into 5 Development Regions (Eastern Development Region, Central Development Region, Western Development Region,, Mid-Western Development Region, and Far-Western Development Region), which is divided into 14 Administrative Zones and 75 Districts
Ethnic groups: Chhettri 16.6%, Brahman-Hill 12.2%, Magar 7.1%, Tharu 6.6%, Tamang 5.8%, Newar 5%, Kami 4.8%, Muslim 4.4%, Yadav 4%, Rai 2.3%, Gurung 2%, Damai/Dholii 1.8%, Thakuri 1.6%, Limbu 1.5%, Sarki 1.4%, Teli 1.4%, Chamar/Harijan/Ram 1.3%, Koiri/Kushwaha 1.2%, other 19%
Languages: Nepali (official) 44.6%, Maithali 11.7%, Bhojpuri 6%, Tharu 5.8%, Tamang 5.1%, Newar 3.2%, Magar 3%, Bajjika 3%, Urdu 2.6%, Avadhi 1.9%, Limbu 1.3%, Gurung 1.2%, other 10.4%, unspecified 0.2%
Religion: Hindu 81.3%, Buddhist 9%, Muslim 4.4%, Kirant 3.1%, Christian 1.4%, other 0.5%, unspecifed 0.2%
Media landscape: TV CHANNELS: Nepal Television Corporation (NTV) - state-run Kantipur TV - private, Image Channel TV - private, Avenues TV - private
PRESS: The Kathmandu Post - private, English-language daily, The Rising Nepal - semi-official English-language daily, Gorkhapatra - semi-official daily, Nepal's oldest newspaper Kantipur - daily, one of the first private newspapers Annapurna Post - daily, The Himalayan Times - English-language, The Nepali Times - English-language weekly, Republica - private, English-language daily
RADIO: Radio Nepal - state-run, operates national and regional services, Hits FM - commercial, music-based, HBC 94 FM - operated by Himalayan Broadcasting Company, Radio Sagarmatha - FM, public, community station, Kantipur FM - commercial Image FM - commercial
NEWS AGENCIES: National News Agency (RSS) - state-run nepalnews.com - private, online news
Currency: Nepalese Rupee (NPR)
International dial code: +977
Medical advice: Eat and drink safely; Prevent bug bites; Keep away from animals; Reduce your exposure to germs; Avoid sharing body fluids; Avoid non-sterile medical or cosmetic equipment; Know how to get medical care while traveling; Select safe transportation; Maintain personal security (CDC)
Vaccinations: All traveler should have the routine vaccinations, and most travelers should be vaccinated against Hepatitis A and Typhoid. The most exposed travelers should also be vaccinated against Hepatitis B. Other vaccines are recommended such as rabies, yellow fever (the government of Nepal requires proof of yellow fever vaccination only if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever), malaria (depending on where you are going in Nepal - Kathmandu is not an area with Malaria) and Japanese Encephalitis (vaccine not routinely recommended for those trekking in high-altitude areas or spending short periods in Kathmandu or Pokhara en route to such trekking routes) (CDC)

Background information
Emergency Stockpile Kathmandu Valley April 2014
Nepal data (overview) 
Baseline and mapping data - Nepal 
Maps
Nepal - map
Operational priorities (last update: 27-Apr-2015 16:43 by Lena Siedentopp)
ACAPS has published a Lessons learned document for the Nepal earthquake response
The lessons learned below have been a product of the analysis of main findings and lessons from evaluations of past earthquakes, with similar characteristics and features of Nepal.

Main findings include:
- Consider appropriate shelter reconstruction and provision;
- Be aware of logistics challenges in the Kathmandu Valley, rural and urban areas;
- Keep in mind the status and stock of emergency services;
- Identify open spaces for shelter, debris and waste early on;
- Engage with the local community and their capacity in response in needs assessment, establishing the best channels and methods;
- Strike a balance between provision of goods and cash;
- Address caste-based discrimination;
- Engage in appropriate coordination and collaboration and informed response.

Statistics
ACAPS Lessons learned document for Nepal response 27 Apr
Customs and immigration (last update: 27-Apr-2015 19:21 by Lena Siedentopp)
Customs:

Nepal has signed the customs agreement for the facilitation of emergency relief consignments.

As per the customs agreement :

Nepalese Customs Facilitation Agreement in Emergency Humanitarian Assistance

Required Customs Clearance Documents:

The documents that must accompany any humanitarian shipment under the terms of the Agreement are:

1. Cover letter requesting customs clearance (with list of attached documents);
2. UN Certificate (see template in the Agreement’s Annex), duly completed by the United Nations Resident Coordinator’s (RC) Office;
3. Completed Custom Entry Form;
4. Bill of Lading/Airway bill (contract of transport), original copy;
5. Commercial Invoice or Deed of Donation;
6. Packing list;
7. Declaration of Origin

If the cargo convoy is being escorted by humanitarian personnel, his/her entry into the country should be facilitated as well, in line with the spirit of the agreement

Cash transport:
Up to $5000 are permitted to bring into the country as per the law. A higher amount has to be declared at the customs. 

Visa:

"Visa can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, at border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on Nepal-India border and Kodari on Nepal-China border. Visa can also be obtained at the nearest Nepal Embassy or Diplomatic Mission. Visa can also be obtained (renewal purposes) at Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu.A valid passport and one passport -size photo with a light background is required. Immigration Department has not specified the size of the passport-size photo. Visa can be obtained only through payment of cash in the following currency:Euro, Swiss Franc, Pound Sterling, US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar and Japanese Yen.Credit card, Indian currency and Nepali currency are not accepted as payment of visa fee." (Nepal Tourism Board - http://welcomenepal.com/promotional/travel-essentials/visa-information --- information also available at http://www.nepembassy.org.uk/visa.php)

"People of the following countries cannot obtain visa on arrival at the immigration entry points of Nepal: Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan." (Government of Nepal - http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/)
Security situation (last update: 29-Apr-2015 10:51 by Lena Siedentopp)
Potential security awareness:

SAVE THE CHILDREN reports that relief teams have been attacked on route in or to the Sindupalchowk area. People might be agitated and demonstrated acts of aggression. Exact location is unclear.

Update from the Safe the Children in Nepal (29 April): it has been confirmed that the distribution team was facing an attempted looting, however there are no losses and the team is holding the operations for time being until the situation is safe to continue the activities. Updates will follow as we get more information.
Access (last update: 12-May-2015 14:45 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
All FMTs that have not yet arrived in Kathmandu are advised to stand down.

Airport status, 12 May: The airport has been to reported closed after the aftershock.
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Relief goods: It has been reported that floating cargo of relief goods from humanitarian organizations resulted in delayed ground handling operations. Those who intend to send relief goods as well as equipment transport with appropriate aircraft, not exceeding 196 tons. Cargo should be correctly palletized and contained to help unload planes with greater ease and speed.

PELASE NOTE: According to the information from the Coordination Centre of Airport Authority, the following aircrafts (chartered cargo) are NOT allowed to be landed even if their weight is less than 196 tonnes: C17, Boeing747, Airbus 330, Boeing 777, CC177 and all other aircraft whose technical specification allows more than 196 tonnes. This applies until further notice. This does not apply to scheduled passenger aircrafts. Flight manifest and cargo documentation should be resubmitted with the new type of aircrafts that meets above measure.

Kathmandu Airport:http://www.tiairport.com.np/ Status:
- Situation at airport quieted down over the weekend.
- Runway is clear. Contrary to media reports there are no additional weight restrictions for aircraft to land.
- There is a shortage of kerosene at the airport after the earthquake. Due to that incoming planes have to carry enough kerosene for their return flights. 
- Landing permits should be issued through diplomatic channels.
- Money Exchange at airport: 1 ATM machine is working. Money Exchange counter inside (before) the immigration counter is easier than the one after the immigration counter to exchange money (it is closed once the stock of rupee run out). USD is preferred.
- Lost baggage is stored in the airport.
- Internet connection at the airport is still not stable -- no Wi-Fi.

Arrival at airport (info from DHL):
- Aircraft above 196,000 Kgs MTOW/MLW are being controlled to land in KTM, and on exemption basis only (ie B777F / B747F / MD11F etc)
- Aircraft operators should have necessary KTM crew simulator training; however, exemptions may be possible on ad-hoc basis / subject to diplomatic channels.
- Advise from DHL: IL76 Aircraft (can perform operations without need for exemption under MTOW/MLW guidelines) / A330F Aircraft (ditto and is already performing flights in/out of KTM and meets MTOW.MLW guidelines). Other larger aircraft types can also be requested and are ready to operate to KTM; however, this will be entirely subject to the consignee involvement in Nepal to assist with MOFA and MOHA Nepal along with the carrier authorities to grant an exemption to land with a heavier aircraft. This is on case by case business and shall depend on involvement with all parties and is clearly subject to continuing airport capacity and infrastructure.

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- Kathmandu valley is mostly accessible by road so teams could reach to worksites by truck. The epicenter and potentially worst hit area is mountainous and probably only accessible by air (WFP). 

- Satellite activation: Space Charter was activated yesterday and the Indian government is leading the activation via ISRO. Their outputs will be posted to http://disasterscharter.org as they become available. UNOSAT has also activated its mapping service and will coordinate with other imagery analyst centers to avoid duplication as best as possible. Note that cloud cover is heavy in the affected area.

- DG ECHO informs that the Copernicus Satellite Service in Rapid Mapping mode was activated. Furthermore, Copernicus was already activated last year in Risk and Recovery mode. http://emergency.copernicus.eu/mapping/list-of-components/EMSN012

- Logistics Capacity Assessment of Nepal from 2009 by WFP attached.

- Road distance map of Nepal from 2011 (RCHC Office Nepal) attached.

- Open space areas in and around Kathmandu from 2013 - https://sites.google.com/site/kathmanduopenspaces/home

Maps
Nepal Road Distance Map 2011
Statistics
Stat of TIA Kathmandu
Other
Logistics Capacity Assessment of Nepal from 2009 by WFP
Communications (last update: 12-May-2015 14:19 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
LOCAL NUMBERS - Police Control: 100 / Police Emergency: 4228435 or 4226853 / Red Cross Amblance: 4228094 / Bishal Bazar Ambulance: 4244121 / Lalitpar Red Cross Ambulance: 5545666 / Paropakar Ambulance: 4260859 / Metropolitan Police Range in Kathmandu: 4261945 or 4261790 / in Bhaktapur: 6614821 / in Lalitpur: 5521207


Response coordination

Coordination setup (last update: 3-May-2015 12:35 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
Coordination Cells:

OSOCC at UN compound, Rolf Bakken (+977 9801083421, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
- Situation Cell: Information Management -- John Marinos (+66 819129853), Andrej Verity, Janet O'Challaghan, Hamish Pritchard, Andy Smith, Kirsty Ferris.
- Operations Cell: Civil-Military Coord -- Viviana De Annuntiis (as of Friday 01 May +66 9 22798683), James Brown (+447889364595), Arjun Katoch (+91 956 071 04 40), Thanh Le (+61434607593). USAR Coordination (UCC) (sat phone: +88 162 146 4819 / mobile: +977 981 012 0871) -- Sam Orr, Frank Karl-Heinz (+491709135881), Rolf Bakken (+47 47233064), Winston Chang (+41 79 469 8588 / +881641472029). FMT coordination -- Robert Speigel (+436502243001), Kobi Peleg (+972-52-6667610) , Marle Nykyri (+358 40 5523 439). Logistics -- Luigi Bruno (0041794453382).

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We are using humanitarian ID: http://humanitarian.id/ to manage contact information for the Nepal earthquake response -- please registre and 'check-in' to Nepal, so we can keep the contact information up-to-date.

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FCSS CONTACT: Please be aware the Mr. Ben Negus is acting as the Focal Point for this response in FCSS Geneva. Ben can be reached on: Cell: +41-79-468-5950 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

OCHA's Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific deployed a small five person team to Katmandu on 26 April to provide direct support to the Office of the Resident Coordinator.

The UNDAC team composition is as follows:

Mr. Markus Werne, OCHA ROAP - Team Leader 
Dr. Robert Spiegel (Austria)
Mr. Albrecht Beck (IOM) 
Mr. James Brown (UK)
Ms. Bruno Ulliac (France)
Mr. Kobi Peleg (Israel)
Mr. Tsukasa Katsube (Japan)
Mr. Rolf Bakken (Norway)
Mr. Winston Chang (OCHA)
Mr. George Murray (OCHA)
Mr. Yosuke Okita (OCHA)
Ms. Samantha Orr (OCHA)
Ms. Agnes Palacio (OCHA)
Mr. Hannes Goegele (OCHA)
Mr. Christian Di Schiena (Sweden)
Ms. Marla Nykyri (Finland)
Mr. Thanh Le (Australia)
Ms. Nadia Hadi (OCHA)
Mr. Frank Karl-Heinz (Germany)
Mr. Luigi Bruno (OCHA)
Ms. Nihan Erdogan (OCHA)
Mr. Arjun Katoch (India)
Mr. Hamish Pritchard (United Kingdom) – MapAction
Mr. Andy Smit (United Kingdom) – MapAction
Ms. Kirsty Ferris (United Kingdom) - MapAction

The UNDAC team’s function is to assist the Government and the United Nations/ humanitarian community in country in: needs assessment; information management; coordination of incoming Urban Search and Rescue and Foreign Medical Teams; and, coordination of international assistance to this disaster.

Please note that there will also be additional operational support staff from the International Humanitarian Partnership and Telecom San Frontieres joining the team in the coming days (details can be provided once numbers are confirmed).

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Information for all medical teams considering response to Nepal:

WHO and the Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal are working together to assess the need for Foreign Medical Teams (FMTs). Offers of Type 1,2 and 3 fully self-sufficient teams are welcome, but final acceptance will be the decision of the Government of Nepal. FMTs considering offer should fill the registration form attached, and send to the WHO points of contact. Initial coordination of FMTs, if required and accepted, will use the reception and departure Centre (RDC) and OSOCC methodology on arrival, until formal health coordination is established under Ministry mechanisms or the cluster when this is decided. Updates on FMT needs will be posted regularly on the V-OSOCC. 

Queries should be directed to Ms. Melissa Bingham, FMT Focal Point in WHO Geneva at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Information for Clusters/Sectors

If you are deploying to work in sectors/clusters other than USAR, please register and "check in" to the Nepal operation to be part of the coordination contact lists.
Register: http://humanitarian.id/register
Check-in: http://humanitarian.id/checkin

Regular coordination meetings are published online: www.humanitarianresponse.info/operations/nepal


European Union Civil Protection Team Org.docx
UNDAC-OCHA Contact List as per 3 May 2015
EUCPT Contact List
UNDAC Function list 04.05.2015
UNDAC Contact list 7.5.2015
Contacts
UNDAC advance party contact list
Reception/Departure Centre (RDC) (last update: 12-May-2015 14:26 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
ATTENTION: Please be aware, RDC has closed as of 11:00 on 7 May. 

All international teams are expected to commence their demobilisation and exit plans. Teams demobilizing must report to the UCC and submit their demobilization plan. Please use the attached demobilisation form in the column to the right.

ATTENTION: It has been reported that floating cargo of relief goods from humanitarian organizations resulted in delayed ground handling operations. Those who intend to send relief goods as well as equipment should transport with appropriate aircraft, not exceeding 196 tons. Cargo should be correctly palletized and contained to help unload planes with greater ease and speed.

PELASE NOTE: According to the information from the Coordination Centre of Airport Authority, the following aircrafts (chartered cargo) are NOT allowed to be landed even if their weight is less than 196 tonnes: C17, Boeing747, Airbus 330, Boeing 777, CC177 and all other aircraft whose technical specification allows more than 196 tonnes. This applies until further notice. This does not apply to scheduled passenger aircrafts. Flight manifest and cargo documentation should be resubmitted with the new type of aircrafts that meets above measure.

Handling agent who has empty cargo capacity on flights out of KTM:

Air Charter Service
Tom Smith
+442083398555
+447834626088
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1 May

ATTENTION ALL TEAMS: Please make sure to visit the RDC before departing Nepal. You will find the RDC right after customs at KTM airport. Please see attached demobilisation form.

RDC is now run by Yosuke Okita (+41 766910182), Tsukasa Katsube (+81 9036338749), Grigory Korolkov (+977 9813199121, support from EMERCOM) and Martin Liebl (+491711951507, support from EUCPT). We need some more staff in order to check the departure gate and facilitate demobilisation of USAR teams. Providing 1 staff from each USAR team to RDC is much appreciated.

ATTENTION ALL TEAMS: All USAR and FMT teams that have not yet arrived in Kathmandu are advised to stand down

- Money Exchange at airport: Money Exchange counter inside (before) the immigration counter is easier than the one after the immigration counter to exchange money (it is closed once the stock of rupee run out). USD is preferred. 

- Getting SIM card and maps at the airport is still difficult.

Incoming flight priorities:
1. Medical (Medicine and team) 
2. Food, 
3. Shelter, 
4. Rescue. 

- The airport authority asked to clarify what they will bring in (before requesting landing permission). Until yesterday, the departure gate was full of people waiting for their departure from Nepal, but from today, we saw many people at the arrival gate (and confusion at baggage collection counter). The airport apron is still full of planes.

Attached is the Reception list (USAR, FMTs, Others) as of 2 May. Please note that the information is based on the "actual" registration at the airport, and thus the information of the teams, which didn't register at RDC at the airport, is not included. Because of the limited access to the internet, RDC cannot access all the Team Fact sheet uploaded on the VO. The arriving teams are requested to come to RDC and register, even if they already upload the team fact sheet on the VO.

For direct contact to the UNDAC team: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


TURKUSAR DEMOB FORM.jpg
Demobilisation form
GEA - Nepal EQ Demob.xlsx
ASYA SAR - KYM Demobilisation Form Demobilisation form.pdf
B-FAST Demobilising Form
HUSAR POLAND Demobilisation form.doc
DEMOB JR INA-11.doc
JAKARTA RESCUE (INA-11) Demobilisation
NORSAR Demobilisation Form
EMPACT USAR Demob Form - Nepal.xlsx
SERVE ON DEMOB FORM - RETROSPECTIVE SUBMISSION.xlsx
OMAN demobilization.docx
USAR FMT Others RDC Reception listNepal EQ 4 May 18.00.xlsx
Nepal summary report.docx
UAE Demob.doc
Singapore_demob.xlsx
MISSION SUMMARY REPORT_KDRT.docx
Demobilization Form of CISAR.jpg
Mission Summary Report of CISAR.jpg
demobilization JPN01.xlsx
Nepal 2015 Insarag Demobilisation Form_USA2.xls
LEMA updates (last update: 12-May-2015 14:22 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
LEMA liasion officer for INSARAG/UN/NGO at the National Emergency Operation Center :

Pradip KOIRALA MoHA
+97714211219
mobile +9779841377224
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"Since USAR work is almost completed and many USAR teams are already deployed in the field, there is no need of further USAR team to be deployed for Nepal." (Rameshwor Dangal, Joint Secretary MoHA, Nepal)

Summary from TL and LEMA meeting, 2 May 1800 hrs at the UCC:

1. Rolf Bakken, the DY UNDAC TL expressed his appreciation on behalf of the GoN and the UN OCHA to the international USAR teams

2. Teams were reminded to share their demobilisation and exit plans with the UCC/RDC through the VO.

3. The 3 Sector Coordinators(SCs) reported back that assigned areas have been completed except for the Sector Rasuwa, North of KMT, (Sector Coordinator -USA) - road is still not passable by road- no change to the situation - teams were not able to move forward on this sector. All other Sectors have also completed their tasks. Any team wishing to continue working, are to liase with the local authorities directly.

4. While the MoHA mentioned verbally that they will issue a statement today on the "End of the international USAR assistance phase - on Sunday, 3 May 1200hrs ", the actual 'black and white ' has not yet been issued. (Arjun is following up on this)

5. A small component of the UCC will still be operational on site(with the UAE team) till Monday, 4 May 1200hrs, to process any team that require additional time and assistance in demobilisation.

7. The RDC is now taking on Departure roles for outgoing teams.

8. All the teams whose BoO is in the EOD Camp with the UCC agreed to break camp and depart before Wednesday, 6 May 1200hrs - teams who need to stay slightly longer will be reviewed.

9. The UCC updated the TLs that full reports could be found in the VO and once again on behalf of the GoN and the UN OCHA, applauded the 76 teams(18 IEC classified), 2,242 rescue and medical personnel, 135 search dogs who worked tirelessly in 19 Sectors all week, and with the following results(as of 1800hs): 15 lives saved, 1,107 medically treated. and 154 deceased persons extricated.


Casualties Damage as of 28 April 16.00
Assessments and reports (last update: 1-May-2015 20:01 by Sarah Kruger, OCHA)
For information on assessments, please see the HumanitarianResponse.info assessments page here:https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/nepal/assessment-working-group
Comments (last update: 12-May-2015 03:14 by Lorena Chazarreta-Abalos (OCHA))


OSOCC

USAR coordination (last update: 12-May-2015 15:21 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
The International USAR assistance phase has ended as of Sunday, 3 May 1200hrs, issued by MoHA.

The RDC has closed as of 11:00 on 7 May.

All USAR teams are expected to complete their demobilisation and exit plans. Please follow proper procedures for demobilisation and upload your demobilisation forms (demobilisation form template in right column) to the VO before departing.

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On Deployment for FMTs
While the government has requested for teams to stand down, those who have been cleared must do the following: 
- Register via online before departure or at RDC at airport.
- Bring copy of the registration form to MoHP located at: Teku, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
- Bring a signed letter from their organisation stating who they are, - A list of local contacts and partners.
- A full list of personnel and licence details for all health providers.

*Once teams comply with the above procedures, they then become registered as an FMT and licenced to practice as a group for their mission

*PLEASE NOTE: No individuals or small groups can do this, they must go through the full medical registration process with an organized team.


USAR_sites_v2.xls
USAR site operations update (as of 28 April)
Situation Update, Team Leader Meeting 29 April 1800 local time
Summary from Meeting of International USAR Team Leaders and LEMA - 1 May 0800hrs
Points from TL and LEMA meeting, 2 May 0800hrs
Points from TL and LEMA meeting, 2 May 1800hrs
USAR TEAM BoO Demobilisation Plan
USAR Demobilisation Plan (as at 3 May)
USAR Team List (as at 3 May)
Maps
USAR Team BoOs_28 April
USAR Team Daily Operations_28 April
Nepal USAR Sector Map (as at 3 May)
USAR Operations Map 
Other
Letter from the Government on the End of the international USAR phase
Sector A (last update: 12-May-2015 14:19 by Lena Siedentopp)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs.


Updates 12 May:

USA-1 and USA-2 has two recons of 5 persons operating within Kathmandu sector A. Also sending an 18 person recon via air to Charikot.

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Oman USAR

Oman USAR team deployed to sector A to assist the Indian USER team on two locations N:27º42'57 E:85º18'20 and N:27º42'40 E:85º18'05

THW
Water Purification Module (SEEWA) up and running: 
Location: Kathmandu, Tripureshwar, water works, Kukl Office, N 27°41.832`, E 085°18.792` As soon as the necessary laboratory tests are done (according to WHO standards) water will be distributed. 
Contact: TL Sven Guericke: +9779860889080, +49 (172) 919 44 60, BGAN: +87 077 22 30 087 IR: +88 162 144 27 90

INDIA: 11 rescued live


Japan:

One unit will keep working on the site they have been engaged in in sector A. Is also deploying rec team to complete ASR2 in sector K. (30 April)

UK-ISAR

3 May

The team returned to the Nepal Teaching Hospital at 09:00hrs local to continue working on the site. Operations to improve the stability of the water tank structure on roof. Hopefully this will improve hospital functionality.

1 May
A team of UK Med and UKISAR members tasked to undertake a structural and medical assessment of clinic in KTM. The building has damage to a water tower on the roof and has a large piece of overhanging concrete.
Getting the clinic open will provide a further 800 beds. Rope Rescue and Heavy Lift from UK ISAR will commence operations at 09:00hrs local
Sector B (last update: 12-May-2015 16:17 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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GEA SAR Team Turkey:

a) technical search in 13 buildings Sitapalia region N27.71090 – E085.28320 and rescue operation on site Gongabu Balaju Bus Park
b) One victim was found alive (N27°44'7.8 - E85°18'34.20)
c)


ictim Extrication Forms, brief summary of the 2 live rescues of GEA SAR Team
Summary of the rescue operation as of 28 April.docx
Sector C (last update: 1-May-2015 19:22 by Lena Siedentopp)
Update 30 April 19:00: Sector H is complete

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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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ASYA SAR KYM 's

Medical Support Team (general surgeons, pediatrician, nurses) has performed a medical screening in the area (coordinates N 27° 43.768’ -- E 085° 19.546’).

USA-2

Investigating additional sites assigned by OSOCC in Sector C - also deploying 4 search to complete search of Sector I. (30 April)

1 May

NORSAR is continues work today in the area close to yesterdays rescue. North, west in sector C.
NORSAR working on extraction of one dead body. Will stop work at site after sundown.
Sector D (last update: 30-Apr-2015 04:31 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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Canada:

CMAT - Medical & USAR Team looking for air support to deliver team / supplies as well as retrieve foreign nationals stranded (Canadian, Austrailian, Dutch, etc) at Briddhim 28.196 - 85.367.

Missing Canadian Tamara McLeod has been located and we are told is en-route now to KTM via bus after being air lifted by military helo.
Sector E (last update: 1-May-2015 23:45 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Sector E (Lalitpur District) is complete (30 April)

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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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UPDATE (30 April)

The international team comprising Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand completed ASR-5 operations on Sector E at 18:15 hrs on 30 Apr 2015 and handed over responsibilities to the local police after the retrieval of one body of a 27 year old male victim. No survivors were rescued.

Having swept through Sector E and with the ground intelligence provided by the local community, the international team deem ASR-5 completed on Sector 5 at 18:15 hrs. The rescuers had marked the buildings they checked with conventional INSARAG markings; this would prevent duplicative efforts by subsequent arriving teams.

Singapore & Spain:

a) The Singapore team has embarked on two areas:
(1) The Assigned Sector E (Lalitpur District). A recce team of 4 was sent at 11:30AM to conduct ASR-1 in this sector. Results will be updated when they return. The Singapore and Malaysian teams will then sectorise and work on the area in partnership. (2) Gorkhar District. A team of 22 left BoO at 2:10PM for Gorkhar District, carrying sufficient equipment to commence search and rescue. The Singapore team is joined by Spainish (12 members) and Belgian (42 members) teams.
b)
c) One body

Previous update (30 April)

The composite team between Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand left the international BoO at 12:10PM with each team contributing 29, 17 and 7 members respectively. Led by Mr. Foo Yiing Kai, the international team is now sweeping through Sector E. They will further divide the sector into 4 segments, each to be undertaken by a section, and commence ASR-5 operations.

The request for an excavator from the local government is still being arranged. Appreciate help in expediting this request.

This being ASR-5, the rescuers will mark the sites with conventional USAR markings to indicate the completion of USAR activities at a particular site. Going beyond the rubble, the rescuers will be meeting the villagers and extending any further humanitarian aid to the local community in other ways possible.

USAR Poland (30 April):

a) Recovery operations in sector E (E27.669667° N 85.330389°)
b) 
c) One body has been localized, operation conducted together with local Police and Army, operation has been suspended for nighttime and will be continued tomorrow.
Sector F (last update: 30-Apr-2015 04:36 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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AKUT (Tyrkey) :

BoO 27 41.74127 N, 085 21.63485E

a) Technical search at four collapse sites:
- Greenland School, 
- Mangaldoya Secondary School (27.693664, 85.220179)
- assesment of the wider Thankot district (27.4152, 85.1311)
- Sankhu (27.4347, 85.2756; 27.4340, 85.2744; 27.4240, 85.1659) at the east of the city

AKUT will now deploy to Gorkhu region to the northwest of Kathmandu to conduct widespread assesment and SAR activity as necessary.

@fire (29 April) :
a) Assesment at Thankot (27.685784, 85.206299).
b) 0
c) No bodies recovered 

ASYA SAR KYM

a) Search activities in 83 collapsed houses in the Kirtipur / Itagol district (N 27° 40.117' E 085° 17.041')
b) No
c) No
Sector G1 (last update: 3-May-2015 14:11 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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China:

BoO at N27°43.011' E85°19.411' in Kathmandu. 

a) Sites (as of 1 May 9:30 local time):
G.1.1 N27°46.687' E85°21.652' (no bodies)
G 1.2 N27°42.747' E85°16.972' (4 bodies moved)
G 1.3 N27°42.595' E85°16.853' (2 bodies being moved)
G 1.4 N27°42.514' E85°16.884' (no bodies)
G 1.5 N27°42.442' E85°16.807' (4 bodies moved, 2 injured)
b) 2 survivors rescued on April 26 & 28 N 27°44'7.46 E 85°18'31.13 and N 27°44'7.8 E 85°18'34.20
c) no body recovered. 10 bodies already moved by the local residents.

USA 2 & 1, are assisting the Chinese at site G1 N 27.72418 X E 85.28329. We are utilizing our search capabilities in an attempt to locate a live victim.


1 May:

PUI FRA01 and IAE - CISAR

a) 4x Samil village, Morgen college, 3x balaju bypass
b) no survior rescued.
c) no body recovered. 10 bodies already moved by the local residents.

PUI FRA01 Team and IAE SPAIN Team have already left the BoO(locates in CISAR BoO, N27°43.011' E85°19.411') and went to the KTM Airport. They handed in demobilization forms and sector summary forms to CISAR Team. CISAR Team will submit the forms to UCC during the OSOCC meeting tomorrow morning

PUI FRA01 and IAE with CISAR :
Deployment of PUI FRA01 and IAE with CISAR team in the sector G1 since this morning. 15 pax, 12 USAR, 1 doctor, 1 nurse, 1 structural engineer.

USAR assessment ASR1 by PUI FRA01 and IAE SPAIN
a)ASR 1 Town of RAMKOT 27° 42' 26.8 " N 85° 16' 11.5" E; ASR 1 Town of SIBJATAAR 27° 41' 45.8 " N 85° 16' 49.8" E
b)0
c)0

30 April:

PUI FRA01 and IAE in CISAR

a) Continued deployment of CISAR team in Sector G with PUI FRA01 and IAE, 24members and 4 K9, including USAR members, doctor and nurse,structural engineer,experts etc.The working area including: Gurjudhara, Balambu(E85°14'31.9?,N27°41'15.6?),building partly collapsed; Swoyambha(E85°17',N27°42'54.6?). CISAR carried out joint search operation with IAE Spain and Russia team at the working site(E85°16.543',N27°42.828'), using K9 and technical search equipment. 

b)no survivor rescued. 
c)no body recovered.


CISAR search information1-30-04.jpg
CISAR search information2-30-04.jpg
Sector G2 (last update: 29-Apr-2015 12:24 by Lena Siedentopp)
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(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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Russia:
Sector H (last update: 12-May-2015 16:19 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
Update 30 April 19:00: Sector H is complete

Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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USA-1 Medium team:
a) 28 April: ASR-1 in the north of Kathmandu, north of BoO site. BoO at 27.712917° N 85.316033° E.
29 April: Bhaktapur to perform an ASR-1.
b)
c)

USA-2 Update (30/4) USA-2 continuing to assist USA-1 in sector H at site H-2. At site with canine hit. Site in Sector H. USA-1 and USA-2 working together to confirmed trapped. N. 27.73509 E 85.30903. Update: Person rescued and on way to hospital.

30 April

USA-1 and USA-2:

a) USA-1 and USA-2, along with LEMA in N. 27.73509 E 85.30903
b) one live victim N 27.73549° E 85.30910°.
c)

Poland:

a) Balaju Bypass (Ring Road) N27.736180 E 085.308330 Searched with dogs and cameras. In cooperation with ISAR Aid team made some breaking and breeching. / Balaju Bypass (Ring Road) N 27.735700 E 085.307910 Searched with dogs and cameras.
b) 
c) Two bodies have been recovered and access to another one has been done.


USA1_H2_1_VictimExtrication.pdf
Sector I (last update: 1-May-2015 14:20 by Sarah Kruger, OCHA)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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USA-2:

BoO at N 27.71332 E 085.31591 

a) Search of Sector I (30 April) completed- ASC level 2 to 5 operation (starting coordinates: N 27° 44.238' E 085° 20.12' ending coordinates: N 27° 46.57' E 085° 21.49').
b) No live rescues
c) No recoveries


USA-2 Sector I Assessment
USA2_I50_20150429_WorksiteTriage.pdf
Sector J (last update: 3-May-2015 14:23 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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AKUT
(a) AKUT currently operating in Sector J/K (27 4135,6E 85 42 43.0N), conducting tech search to locate possible live victims and recover bodies (30 April)
(b)
(c)

SERVE ON:
a) BoO at BGN
b) 
c) Indian Army reported to have been lifting casualties in the area

@ Fire

1 May

@fire left KTM with 6 persons & 2 K9 heading back to europe on 2015-01-05 2300 local.

Update from 30 April:

Former 5-leveled building collapsed to pancake (27.73137 85.36176). Local forces rescued in the last days 17 injured and 14 unaffected persons. 12 dead were recovered the last days. Due to local inhabitants which heard knocking sounds serveral searches with K9. Found one cavity, technically searched, no person found. Assessment at Kopan Monastery (27.742201, 85.363671), some buildings with structural damage, no injured persons. Team is back at BoO and preparing departure from KTM back to europe.

(29 April): BoO 27.69374 N 85.36096 E

a) SAR-Activity at Kapan Gumba (27.742482 85.364227) completed, technical search at a collapsed building at 27.73530 85.35504
b) No person was found
c) No bodies recovered. 

Team is back at BoO.


UK-ISAR:

a) level 5ASR at N 27,736006, E 85,347311 and N 27,731585, E 85,361601
b) no
c) no




Situation reports
Situation report from the SERVE ON Assessment Team as of 23.30 Wed 29th April 2015
Sector K (last update: 2-May-2015 18:59 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
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AKUT
a) AKUT currently operating in Sector J/K (27 4135,6E 85 42 43.0N), conducting tech search to locate possible live victims and recover bodies (30 April)
b)
c)

Japan:
a) 1) PASHUPATI, BHUBANESHOWARI (27.7102N, 85. 34649E)/ House/ Brick; 2) PASHUPATI, BHUBANESHOWARI(27.71006, 85.34483)/ House/ Brick; 3) 27.71045N, 85.34444/ House/ Brick; 4)27.71054N, 85.34384/ House/ Brick; 5)BAHUNDHARA(27.71934N 85.37105
b) 0 (Dormitory /RC All sites have no missing persons; no need for USAR operation)
c) 0 (Dormitory /RC All sites have no missing persons; no need for USAR operation)

JDR is now conducting ASR2 in Sankhu, where the damages are quite devastated but without any marking yet. The team will continue its operation for tomorrow (30 April) - see attached info.

One unit will keep working on the site they have been engaged in in sector A. (30 April)


On 29/04/2015, 
AKUT deployed to Sector K Sundpalchok, responded to one collapse site with 2 possible bodies, then moved onto a nearby village and extracted a 4-yr-old child from under the rubble. Mission duration 24 hours including deployment and return. 

On 1/5/2015, AKUT was airlifted via helicopter to Dolaka in Sector J/K, extracted one body and assisted the medevac of the wounded in the area before being airlifted back to BOO. All coordinates of the said locations to follow.


6.Worksite Triage Form k3.xls
Worksite Report Form k4.xls
Sector L (last update: 2-May-2015 00:14 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs.

USAR.NL:
a) 3 search-missions at the Thamel Budget Hotel (N 27° 43' 0.30'' E 085° 18' 7.87''), assessment at (N 27° 42' 2.44'' E 085° 18' 3.70''). TBoO at N 27° 41.654' E 85° 21.657'

28 April: National Medical College in Jorpati N27 44.07 E85 22.7874. Sakhu. Dhapasij N27.74424 E085.330659, N27.67543 E085.43031. Guhyesweri N27 42.40 E085 21.12, Namue Tole Dhepesi N27 74.68 en E085 33.55 Namuna Tole Dhepesi gebied.
b) 
c) 3 victims Bhaktapur

29 April:
The USAR team from The Netherlands has embarked on the assigned Sector L. Our 4 rescuegroups were sent at 09:30AM to conduct ASR-2 in this sector. 
Results: 09:30- 15:00 : Delta; 1 worksite at Banapa; 1 body recovery: in progress. On the way they passed by 2 worksites from Pakistan.

Sector L has been completely assessed , all team were back at 17.30H on Dutchbase. During day there was 1 worksite at BANERA . Team Delta started a body recovery. Result: No body found. 
Extra information : roadcollapse between LUBHU and PANAUTI. 
- Assigned assessment 30th Apr from USAR_CC meeting 29 apr. Alpha and Charlie are assigned from 08.00AM and will head to BAHRABISE N27 47.257 E 85 53.974 for a assessment, 8 persons missing.

30 april
A) Assesment made between Bahrabise and Andhen, many collapsed buildings, mostly only stonemade houses. 
1) N27 41.029 E85 14.961, Sector F, SATUNGAL, body recovery by team Taiwan 
2) N27 47.267 E85 53.530, BAHRABISE no results / false information 
3) N27 45.204 E85 51.196 Lamosagu local info : indication >50 casulties ; not check 
4) N27 67.138 E85.4213 BAHKTAPUR no results/ false information 
B) 0 
C) 0

29 april :
A) Assesment made through bounderies Sector Lima: Patan-Sankhel-Banepa-Bhaktapur-Thimi, south east from Kathmandu. We made an assesment inside the area. All villages visited inside the bounderies. 
1.) N27 39.634 E85 23.362 no results / false information 
2.) N27 40.390 E85 23.127 no results / false information 
3.) N27 67.481 E85 36.088 no results / false information 
4.) N27 39.634 E85 23.362 local info about persons missing – Pakistani recovery
5.) N27 63.748 E85 40.244 no results/ false information
6.) N27 38.206 E85 26.255 no results/ false information 
7.) N27 66.070 E85 38.925 2 persons missing – pakistani recovery 
8.) N27 36.087 E85 30.891 no results/ false information 
9.) N27 37.919 E85 31.347 located body, no recovery has been done yet
B) 0 
C) 0
Sector M (last update: 1-May-2015 22:48 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs.

Polish USAR:
a) Chobar, KirtiPanga, Bungamati, Tchecho, Thaiba, Lubhu, Harisiddhi, Lubhu, Dhapakhel, Sainbu.
Kathmandu (Hari Sudhi)N27.678580° E85.338717°
Kathmandu (Sundarikhat) N27.674270° E85.294480°
Bhaktapur (Whole city) N27.673194° E85.433389°
Kathmandu N27.737583° E85.302083°
BoO at military base in SE of Kathmandu (Mahalaxmisthan Road) N 27.66366 E 085.32117. 
b) 0
c) -


29 April:

USAR Poland team's activities update: Sector M - ASR 1 is now carrying out by recon team Kathmandu (N27.73618 E085.30833) - ASR 3 ASR 4 and ASR 5 on 5 storey building by Alpha team from Kathmandu to Gorkha (on road) - ASR 1 ASR 2 carrying out by Recon team, Kathmandu (N27.67316 E085.32510) - ASR 2 ASR 3 Once the assessment is done, the team will continue with more advanced operations on indicated working sites.

Results of assessment mission done by HUSAR Poland in sector M:
Each potential place has been checked with rescue dogs and some with electronic devices. No live victim has been found. Main assumption is that in every checked city/village USAR operations are not needed.
Detailed information collected as a results of interviews of representatives of local population (Numbers) : 

Chobar – 35 houses destroyed; 12 deceases recovered by local population; 1 alive extricated by local Police;
Paton – 7 houses destroyed; 7 deceases recovered by local population; 0 alive; 
Bungamati – 12 houses destroyed; 8 deceases recovered by local population; 2 alive extricated by local population; 
Tchecho – 8 houses destroyed; 12 deceases recovered by local population; 0 alive; 
Thaiba – 6 houses destroyed; 5 deceases recovered by local population; one person unaccounted
Lubhu – 6 houses destroyed; no unaccounted people, city self-sufficient in terms of rescue operations, medical support is needed 
Harisiddhi and Dhapakhel – nothing to report, no houses destroyed.

Poland (1 May)
Polish HUSAR left BoO at 8:10 (12 people) to make a final assessment of Sector M, starting in the Chobar, throught Bungamati, thecho, Thiba, Lubhu. The Team interviewd locals, Police and Army at the places (as we don't have the means to localize dead but alive). Based on this we decided that all our USAR Operations in this sector are finalized. 
We have moved our team to the sector H where our team dig out 3 bodies two days ago where we were tasked to go by the Army.

Poland (30 April):

a) Recovery operations at N27.674270° E85.294480°
b)
c) One body has been recovered
Sector N (last update: 2-May-2015 00:24 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs.

Korea Disaster Relief Team (KDRT)
BoO : Korea Nepal Friendship Hospital
27.672389 / 85.380607

Sector N : Bhaktapur city Makogali
1 May

The reinforcing rescue unit of Korea Disaster Relief Team, which is composed of 15 rescuers and 2 dogs joined the existing team, which consists of 10 rescuers. Altogether 25 rescuers and 2 dogs comprises the rescue unit of KDRT.
We are going to Sindupalchowk for SAR tomorrow morning leaving minimum BoO management personnel. They will be working there until there is no need for rescue work.
A second, reinforcing team of KDRT, which is composed of 15 rescuers and 2 search dogs is arriving at noon today at the airport.
So, the total capacity of our team will be 25 rescuers and 2 search dogs.

The first, existing team of us will be searching for buried or confined persons in Kathmandu and Bhaktapur according to the witnesses of local residents which were gathered yesterday evening.
The second, newly arriving team is not determined on where they are going to work. It will be decided by our team leader today.

KDRT is willing to and capable of recovering bodies with appropriate equipments and supplies.

Our team's exit plan is as follows:
- Team #1 (10 rescuers) is departing on 7 May
- Team #2 (15 rescuers and 2 dogs) is departing on 11 May

29 April : No of bodies recovered - 2(age60, 41, female)
30 April : No of bodies recovered - 1(age32, female)
Sector O (Gorkha) (last update: 3-May-2015 14:29 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Sector O (Gorkha)

Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs.

Gorkha:

Please see attached Gorkha District Profile, as of 1 May (ACAPS), as well as preliminary findings from joint USAR mission in Ghorka

B-FAST : we started coordinating humanitarian aid with different organisations, NGO's and UNDAC. We made several assessments at different locations to see whether we can provide humanitarian aid such as medical or logistic support. We looked at the possibility for water purification locations in this region but it is difficult to set up a system. We will have a meeting at 20.00h with UNDAC to see what kind off humanitarian aid we can provide. Locations we looked at are Simjung.

Turkey: ASYA SAR KYM is distributing food packages to the victims. Food packages (11.2kg each) of a total of 22 tons are delivered to 9,795 ppl. Each package contains rice, lentil, potato, salt and cooking fat. 
*30.04.2015 - Gorkha Region 6 tons of food packages distributed.

Singapore:

Report on Peripheral USAR Operations by Singapore - SGP1 (30 April)

a. At 13:40 hrs on 30 April 2015, Mr Alvin TAN, leader of Singapore team at Gorkha, left Gorkha for Pokhara on a helicopter obtained through the local military.

b. At Pokhara, Mr Alvin TAN found out through a local Nepalese Army General, that the affected areas are not accessible by vehicles or foot. The only way to get to the villages is via helicopter landing. As there has been a shortage of helicopters, they have been committed to the delivery of supplies to the affected villages in the northern belt and not the transport of USAR teams.

c. The arrival of international USAR teams for rescue or recovery operations in Pokhara is not the top priority. Mr Alvin TAN also found out that Pokhara is currently the holding location where relief supplies are consolidated before being delivered to the villages in the northern belt. Among the supplies, the key essential items for these villages are tents, blankets and mattresses.

d. In view of the current situation, a recommendation is made to UNDAC to base the next phase of relief efforts at Pokhara. This is the joint assessment made by all three USAR teams – Singapore, Belgium and Spain – who have rendezvoused at Gorkha.

Previous update 30 April: The Singapore team to Gorkhar (22 members) left BoO at 2:10PM and reported their arrival at Gorkhar at 08:30PM. They have rendezvoused with the Belgians at N27°59.970’, E84°37.388’. The team will put up at the a Napalese Army Camp in that area.

The head of police said that rescue missions have been completed in every village accesible by vehicle or foot. The only Village Development Committees (VDC) that still require rescue are in the northern belt and they are only accessible by air insertion and only with private helicopters that can take approximately 6 people at a time. There are Nepalese military in some of these VDCs; they were taken by air.

The following VDCs may have received food drops but are still in need of rescue teams as none have arrived:

Vhiya
Keraunja
Kasigiaon
Lapu
Gumda

Leader Mr Alvin TAN is on site at N27°59.970', E84°37.388' and requests a helicopter from the military, co-ordinated through MNMCC/OSOCC.

UPDATES FROM GORKHA

The leader Mr Alvin TAN has met up with the local army and police in charge. The team is now arranging for heli assessment to Laprark & Gumda either today or tomorrow.

A composite team between Spain, Belgium and Singapore will be formed, with 2 members from each nation. The team is likely to stay one more night at Gorkha.

Heli support has arrived and a small group of 3, including Mr Alvin TAN is proceeding to Pokhara, some 112km NW of Gorkha, for assessment
Sector P (Sindhupalchok) (last update: 5-May-2015 07:57 by Lena Siedentopp)
Sector P (Sindhupalchok) (Chautara)

Please provide the following information:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs.


UK ISAR

3 May

3 Assessment Teams of 5, deployed from KTM Airport via helicopters to Sector P for Air assessmnets of area. Local intelligence along with Nepalese Army intelligence has highlighted two priority areas. The villages of Golche and Paingtan.

The team operating in the Sindupalchok area (including Capt Rana from the Nepalese Army) have today completed assessments of the following villages:

• Lidi
• Gumba
• Pangalpu
• Pantan
• Jhive
• Sanchagaun

The following highlights the main findings:

• The road was blocked to vehicle traffic in several locations but this was cleared by heavy plant throughout the day.

• Hydro Power plant N27.83545 – E 85.77357 which consisted of 2 x transformers which had been incapacitated due to the EQ. it is recommended that engineers are requested to repair the Hydro power plant which would then provide power to Chautara Valley.

• Local intelligence suggests that the villages listed above have not received any form of humanitarian aid or any rescue response. Additionally, there are reports of deceased bodies still trapped under the rubble. 

• GUMGA is a Village Development Committee (VDC) consisting of 9 wards containing approximately 7000 people in 500 houses. Local intelligence confirms food & shelter as priorities.

• Dhyadung Village N27.86702 – E85.75819

o Confirmed report of 2 x fatalities beneath rubble 100 meters on the East side of the river bank on a bearing of 200° from location N27.8531 - E85.76286
o Helicopter Landing Site identified capable of receiving CH53 Chinook at Shree Ratna School. N27.87224 – E85.75951
o Humanitarian aid has been delivered but was not distributed in a coordinated way. This resulted in many people not receiving any aid and the strong males within the village taking most of the food. It is recommended that aid is distributed to a representative from each Ward


2 May

UKISAR came across a landslide on the Chautara Highway Lat 27.732379 Long 85.742520. The road was cleared and the team were able to progress

UK ISAR are now relocating (15:00 hrs local) back to the BoO at the British Embassy KTM, prior to deploying out on a further assessment mission

UKISAR had originally planned to to do 3 field / Med assessment in surrounding remote village of Chautara Gps Coordinates(N27.46.6693 E85.42.7040) However the helicopter we were using has had to be redeployed. The team are potentially planning to assist in the construction of a field hospital now.

1 May

UK ISAR have deployed forward with the Nepalese Army /BGN as a combined team. This commenced at 14:30hrs local. This will be the East Sector, heading to the Sin-du-pal-chok district, which is in the Bagmati region, establishing a new Base of Operations (BoO) in Chautara. This has been designated sector P

USA2 & USA1:

USA-2 planning joint operation with US-1 in Rasuwa District.


NL USAR:

Recap of work of USAR.NL in sector P A1) At N 27 43.542 E85 43.882 House checked, no Search necessary. A2) Village Irkhu is marked. 24 dead, no Search necessary. (N27 44.924 E85 44.81) A3) Village marked. 14 dead.(N27 45.295 E85 43.800).

USAR.NL was able to do an Air assesment of the situation in the direction of Chautara. Please find the attachment 'Reccy to Chautara 1 may 13.30hrs'.

In the USAR Coordination Cell from the 1th of May is decided that a group of USAR-teams will do an ASR-2 Assessment in the area of Chautara. USAR.NL will coordinate. • USAR.NL - Coordination • Human in Love • Canadian Spain Topos • ESP-10 Team • Japan • UK Isar • Zweden • Korea KDRT USAR.NL Chautara coordination Cell is located at: Chautara Multiple College (N27.771055 E85.725) And can be reached by: Satcom: +88 16 21 46 48 29 Inmarsat: +87 07 72 24 78 00 NCell: 98 10 12 08 68


ASYA SAR KYM is distributing food packages to the victims. Food packages (11.2kg each) of a total of 22 tons are delivered to 9,795 ppl. Each package contains rice, lentil, potato, salt and cooking fat. 
*29.04.2015 - Kothe, Sindhupalchok, Nangle Bhare, Nuwakot Northens Belt Regions 8,7 tons of food packages distributed.


Reccy to Chautara 1 may 13.docx
Chautara (Sindhupalchowk) Assessment.docx
Sector Q (Dolakha) (last update: 1-May-2015 20:58 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
Sector Q (Dolakha)

Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs
Sector S (Rasuwa) (last update: 2-May-2015 11:10 by Iben Gejl Valbak, OCHA)
Sector S (Rasuwa)

Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs

USA-2 is still in the preparation phase for rescue operations in the Rasuwa District. This will be a complex joint operation between USA 2, USA 1, and the USMC.
Sector T (Dhading) (last update: 3-May-2015 15:36 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Sector T (Dhading)

Please provide the following information and update the map:

(a) Sites your teams has worked and searched (INCLUDE geographical coordinates)
(b) number of lives rescued
(c) number of bodies recovered
Note: all contact details go into the fact sheet! All relevant comments will be compiled in the summary and then removed after 12hrs

China

2 May

CISAR, together with Russia team and Malaysian SMART team, was assigned to NE of Dhading District by CDO this morning at 1030am. Assessed and checked designated salyantaar area and nearby areas since arrival at 1300hrs . 
Lema i.e. police chief told 22 victims were all recovered. No live victims found, no dead body for recovery. 
Three buildings checked, e084.49'19.99"n028.02'49.9" , at about 1500pm. Large scale landslides were seen, blocking the roads. 
Telecom is good. If time allowed, CISAR and Malaysia teams will return KTM today.

The medical team(ERU, with 13members) from Philippine Red Cross is in Dhadingbesi and accepts coordination of CISAR this morning.

advanced team heading to Sylyantaar(northeast to Dhadingbesi, 2 hours drive). The advanced team is comprised of 4 CISAR members, 1member & 1 canine from Russian Team, 1 member from Malaysian Team. They are rushing to Sylyantaar.

Ops in Dhading District (WEST to KTM) up to 9:00 local time on May 2: 1. CISAR Advanced Team(5 members), Russian Team(21 members, with heavy USAR equipment), Malaysian Team(17 members) and Shenzhen Mountain Rescue Team (CHN-15, 15members, with UAV) carry out joint operation in Dhadingbesi, organized and coordinated by CISAR. 
2. They deployed a small team to reconnaissance the northern mountain area, then decide further operation. The main body of CISAR Team is still standby in KTM. 
3. CDO in Dhadingbesi is busy with meeting and has no time to meet with USAR teams to coordinate relief operation. Up to now, all USAR teams in Dhadingbesi have been waiting for 3 hours to meet CDO.

1 May

Ops in Dhading District (WEST to KTM) up to 22:00 local time on May 1: 
1. The advanced team of CISAR has just arrived in Dhadingbesi at 21:00(local time) on May 1. They met with Russian Team and Malaysian Team to be briefed on the latest situation. 
2. According to the CDO of Dhadingbesi, the whole situation is under control and there is little to do for USAR teams, except the remote rural area in the north but it is difficult to reach. 
3. All teams think that recovery of the dead animals is not the task of USAR, given the problem of epidemic prevention. 
4. Shenzhen Mountain Rescue Team (CHN-15) from China has arrived at Dhadingbesi this afternoon with 22 members. The following group of CHN-15 will arrive tomorrow. 
5. CISAR Team will meet with CDO of Dhadingbesi tomorrow morning, together with Russian Team and Malaysian Team. The main body of CISAR Team is standby in KTM and the next-step operation will be decided after the meeting.

Ops in Dhading District (WEST to KTM) (up to 18:00 local time May 1) 
1.One China team has arrived at Dhadingbesi. 
2.CISAR team is on the way to Dhadingbesi. 
3.Russian Team has arrived at Dhadingbesi and reported information as follows according to LEMA: 
(1)There are no live victims, and also no dead bodies need to recovered. (2)The damage is not so heavy. 
(3)LEMA requested them to recover the dead animals. 
(4)They are waiting for further instruction from UC. If no tasking, they will return to KTM tomorrow morning.

Ops in Dhading District (WEST to KTM) (up to 16:00 local time May 1): 
CISAR are still waiting for the approval from Army, and already inform UC for requesting further coord to LEMA. Will set for Dhading District once obtaining go-ahead. Singapore Team will leave for Dhading District tomorrow morning. Malaysia Team is coordinating the transportation support from private company. Russian Team is heading to Dhading District.
Peripheral USAR operations (last update: 2-May-2015 01:14 by Brigitte Selva, OCHA)
Operations outside Kathmandu/outside KTM sector division:

Panauti:

The village Chimber Pokhari

USA-1:
The village Chimber Pokhari needs to be searched/assessed. Not accessible by road due to blockages. Coordinates: 27.778103° 85.314942°

City of Bahrabise:

USAR Poland:

a) Medical component has been deployed to city of Bahrabise, N27.79402 E85.89683 two medical post has been established. Rescuers provided medical treatment for 25 people. Team plan to move north from current location but the only one road is blocked – according to local police it should be cleared tomorrow morning. At this stage main priority in this region is food and shelter.
City of BAHRABISE N27.79402 E85.89683, Polish Team provided medical assistance to 50 patients. At the same time an assessment mission further toward the border with China failed due to the blocked road. The team left toward Kathmandu at 14:00. Japan medical team stayed at the city.



ASYA SAR KYM/USAR Poland/USAR NL:

Search activities in the Sindhupalchok district (N 27° 47.819' E 085° 53.730'). Due to landslide not possible to go further than the mentioned coordinates.

Bhaktapur:

PUI FRA01 and IAE SPAIN
a) 28 April: ASR 2 in 1 house in Bhaktapur, 20km East of Katmandu
29 April: S&R at 27,707119 N85,314224 E Block Bhotahiti- Aasan
b) 
c) 1 victim dead 27.67394° N - 85.43511° E. 

ASYA SAR – KYM

a) 01 May: performed search activities in the Bhaktabur and Thimi regions. Coordinates N 27° 40.596’ E 085° 26.062’ // N 27° 40.629’ E 085° 23.075’ 
b)
c)

USAR.NL:

As requested on MMNCC meeting 30apr hereby the USAR.NL capacity from now till Sunday May 2th: • 2 planning/coordination teams start up purpose • 2 constructional engineers. NOTE: 1 one of them is your LSO, our current LSO capacity on USAR-cc will be replaced. • No Equipment available Update on SAR activity 0800H-13.00H: Alpha is operating in sector N (of Korea), no current worksites. Bravo identified 1 worksite and is completed on the worksite SATUNGAL (N27 41.092 E085 14.961), in cooperation with a Taiwanese team. The Taiwanese team will recover a dead victim with family. Charlie and Delta Are operating in district BAHRABISE, total of 1 worksite identified and activity on site is completed. A dead victim is located. Location is shared with local police. Local police will take care of victim with family. Charlie and Delta are heading for original worksite location, N27.47257 E85 53.974, based on information that 6 person are missing there. Local police says this SARteam is first to visit the area. Local police will guide teams, with a total of 20pax. Extra district information. Teams went through N27.45204, E085.51196. Local information says it is heavily collapsed.

SANKHU Region:

ASYA SAR KYM is distributing food packages to the victims. Food packages (11.2kg each) of a total of 22 tons are delivered to 9,795 ppl. Each package contains rice, lentil, potato, salt and cooking fat. 
28.04.2015 - Sankhu Region 7,2 tons of food packages distributed. 

TURKUSAR (AFAD ISTANBUL):

a) 27TH APR in SANKHU Region GPS coordinates 27° 43' 54'' N 85° 27' 49'' E 
b)
c) 3 body recovered (2 female, 1 male)

TURKUSAR ( AFAD ISTANBUL ):

a) Search activities on 28th April in Sankhu region: 1) 27° 43' 55'' N 085° 27' 49'' E 2) 27° 43' 55'' N 085° 27' 50'' E 3) 27° 43' 56'' N 085° 27' 49'' E 4) 27° 43' 55'' N 085° 27' 45'' E 5) 27° 43' 47'' N 085° 27' 41'' E 
b) no
c) no


UK INSARAG Team fact Sheet.docx
0427JDR factsheet.xls
GBR team fact sheet.docx
SO USAR TEAM FACT SHEET.docx
Copy of SCDF - OLH Equipment Manifest nepal _26042015.xlsx
Pak-support.pdf
Ops LH Equipment Manifest 2 (VG).pptx
Est USAR_TEAM_FACT_SHEET.pdf
PHF - USAR TEAM FACT SHEET.pdf
PHF - USAR TEAM FACT SHEET.pdf
SCDF OPS LIONHEART TEAM FACTSHEET.docx
oman usar factsheet.doc
NORSAR Norway Factsheet.doc
SERVE ON Team Report 30th April 2015.docx
Serve On update 150430.docx
Situation report from the SERVE ON Assessment Team as of 20:00 April 30
District Profile Gorkha, ACAPS, 1 May
Preliminary findings joint USAR mission Ghorka
Team Fact Sheet (mobilising)
FINNRESCUE team fact sheet.doc
JR INA-11 FACT SHEET.doc
NORSAR Norway Factsheet.doc
UAE USAR Fact sheet.doc
UAE USAR Fact sheet.doc
Team Fact Sheet (on-site)
@fire USAR Fact Sheet Team 1.doc
Empact USAR Fact Sheet.docx
ASYA SAR FACT SHEET T2 USAR Team Fact Sheet.pdf
BSF SPAIN USAR TEAM FACT SHEET.pdf
Oman USAR fact sheet.doc
Team Fact Sheet (stand-by)
Team Fact Sheet NZL1.pdf
Assessment Reports
SERVE ON Assessmetn Report from Chautara 30th April 2015.docx
Other
TURK USAR FACT SHEET.docx
Worksite Triage Form 1.xls
FMT coordination (last update: 14-May-2015 10:43 by Marla Nykyri (UNDAC- Finland))
THE NEW FMT COORDINATION EMAIL: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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14 May 14:20 LT: To all FMTs

Latest updates are as follows;

80 dead and 1,961 injured as a result of 12th May after shock. (though reported as 96 dead and 3,000 injured by media)

Overall numbers of dead 8,219 and 17,866 injured

217 medevacs confirmed to Kathmandu from the region (majority from Dolakha 100 and Sindhulpalchowk 43)

Type 2 facility from Nepal/Indian military now operational at Chrikot in tents, have treated 114 and evacuated 14. 

No current need for more teams in Charikot

No need for any more teams to come to Nepal. ALL TEAMS TO STAND-DOWN, DO NOT DEPLOY TO NEPAL

No need for further redistribution of FMTs within Nepal. 

Specific discussions with relevant teams are occuring to cover Bharabise and Tatopani areas.

No current need for surgical teams or surgical specialists, please stand down thank you.


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13 May 1000hrs LT - Updates for FMTs:

Latest numbers from Govt/Military sources; 1,926 injured and 67 dead

Hospitals in Kathmandu all standing, and have managed the excess patients presenting. Many evacuated into tents in front of the buildings, with extra tents provided by WHO, UNICEF, MOHP and military sources. More tents appreciated, and more coming in from WHO, WFP, UNICEF and partners.

Type 2 field Hospital jointly managed by Nepal and Indian team (civil and military) will be deployed this morning to Charikot.

Candian Red Cross team will withdraw by Helicopter from Tatopani this morning due to avalanche risk and reassess. 

JICA team have withdrawn from Bharabise pending further safety assessments.

Teams are asked to standby, but no current need for re-distribution of FMTs.

No need of new teams from outside Nepal.

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12 May 2000hrs LT - The following are key updates for FMTs;

All teams that are type 1 (fixed position) and type 2 are asked to remain in country, pending further updates from the MOHP.

Currently the coverage by FMTs and national teams is considered adequate and no further team deployments are required from outside Nepal.

FMTs may be asked to consider moving to assist surge capacity from areas of less severe trauma over the next 24 hours.

Any teams currently in Kathmandu with extra surgical capacity and any tent capacity are asked to please call Dr. Ian Norton urgently on 9801123149 or email the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it mail.

Any teams with trauma cases requiring evacuation are asked to call 01-4241744, 9841346806 or 01-4226020, or contact the nearest military base to arrange medevac. Destination will be the army hospital at Chhauni, Kathmandu

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FMT UPDATE 12 May 19:45 LT:
All FMTs in quake region contacted to check safety, casualty load seen and immediate plans.

FMT WHO coordinator and MSB ops manager moved to Military HQ after request for FMT coord support for tasking of rapid response teams and updates to be provided to Military command.

GOVERNMENT HAS REQUESTED ALL MILITARY AND CIVIL FMTS TO REMAIN IN COUNTRY AND CONTINUE WORKING. NO CURRENT REQUEST FOR NEW TEAMS.

Update from FMTs closest to epicentre:

Canadian Red Cross, Type 1, Tatopani, Sindulpalchowk: 14 pax team, cut off by landslide north and south, team OK
Several minor injured patients treated including one fracture. Ongoing tremors and landslides.

JICA (Japan Govt), Type 2, Bharabise, Sindulpolchawk: Team OK. Casualties starting to present form the local town (town badly damaged and multiple condemned building when we visited their location 2 days ago). Considering safety issues at current location and may withdraw or reposition to safer place in valley floor

Norway Red Cross, Type 2, Chautara, Sindulpolchawk: with 60 beds and surgical trauma capacity, starting to see large numbers of injured (at least 40 so far), 4 confirmed dead in Chautara

MdM France, Type 1, Chautara Sindhulpolchawk (8pax) and Golche, Dolakha (6Pax) mobile teams, Team OK, small numbers of casualties. Possible damage to Chatuara road reported (landslide)

MdM Spain, Type 1, Ramechapp district hospital support: team OK, casualties starting to present.

Japan Red Cross, Type 1, Malemchi, Sindulpolchawk: All OK, minor injuries presenting

Czech team, North of Malemchi, Sindulpolchawk: In close contact with DHO and WHO focal point and currnet plan to demobilize 16th May be extended.

Thai Civilian team, Type 1, Sipaghat, Sindulpolchowk: 20 patients treated so far, but expect more to come form more remote areas. Team currently cheduled to stay till 20th May but rotation and extension now possible.

Pakistan Military team, Type 2, Bhaktipur,(site of wide spread collapse): Team OK, 24 casualties treated in first 3 hours.

UK-EMT Surgical: Several surgical specialist cells embedded in local hospitals, Dulikhel and East Kathmandu: Awaiting update

UK-EMT primary care (mobile type 1) Gatlang, Rasuwa: All OK, No injuries seen.

All other teams are being contacted to assess capacity and departure dates currently and this will updated again tomorrow.

Latest updates from Military are 1,117 injured, 59 dead. "Numbers likely to rise".

MOHP reinforcing the Kathmandu valley hospitals with tents and trauma teams.

NOTE:
KATHAMANDU AIRPORT IS OPEN (flash update earlier appears false)


ATTENTION ALL TEAMS: FMTs that have not yet arrived in Kathmandu are advised to stand down. There is no need for additional teams. Please indicate that you have understood this message.

Self-Sufficincy of teams continues to be essential. There are extremly limited resupplies of shelter, food and water. Communication and self-managment are vital. If the capacity of your FMT is overwhelmed, please refer back to the WHO/MoPH FMT team for further assistance of other teams, both national and international. 


Attention all deployed FMTs: Please use this forum to announce your location, treatment capacity, types of services provided, types of injuries or illnesses that are being treated, logistical updates, or any other information related to your deployment. 


While the government has requested for teams to standdown, those who have been cleared must do the following: 
• Register via online before departure. (As of 7 May 2015, the RDC registration is no longer available at the Kathmandu airport.)
• Bring copy of the registration form to MoHP located at: Teku, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
• Bring a signed letter (official letterhead) from their organisation stating who they are, what they plan to do and where they will be deploying.
• A list of local contacts and partners.
• A full list of personnel and licence details for all health providers.

*Once teams comply with the above procedures, they then become registered as an FMT and licenced to practice as a group for their mission
*PLEASE NOTE: No individuals or small groups can do this, they must go through the full medical registration process with an organized team.

A virtual registration form is now available on the WHO Website http://www.who.int/hac/crises/npl/registration-fmt/en/

For FMTs on the ground:

The FMT coordination is done together with the WHO Health cluster and MOHP and MNMCC supported by the partner FMTs.
The FMT Coordination LO is at the OSOCC at the UN Compound. 
A FMT Coordination Cell is at the MOHP, conference room, 1 st floor, open 09:00 - 17:00 Mon - Sun.
FMT Coordination Cell contact details: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  
+ 977 9801083421

FMT Coordination meetings will occur on Monday and Thursday at the MOHP, FMT Coordination Cell, conference room, 1st floor at 15:00.

Health Cluster meetings will take place at 10:00 on Monday and Friday at the MOHP.

The DHO is in charge of decisions to re-task FMTs (mobile and Type 1) within their district on a day to day basis. The team should contact the DMO and WHO Field Coordinator for coordinating the work in the district level. If the district has no further work for the FMT, then the FMT should report to the FMT coordination cell ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ). 

The surveillance reporting is done on daily basis. The dead line to submit the report is 1600hrs. The reporting procedures and the surveillance form are attached. The consolidated daily surveillance report is send to the partners weekly.

If no further work exist and no re-tasking is available for FMTs, then teams will be asked to end their mission. The Exit Procedures are described in the attachment, "exiting procedures". The team needs also to submit an Exit Form, also attached.






General:

WHO and the Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal are working together to assess the need for Foreign Medical Teams (FMTs). Offers of Type 1,2 and 3 fully self-sufficient teams are welcome, but final acceptance will be the decision of the Government of Nepal. FMTs considering offer should fill the registration form attached, and send to the WHO points of contact. Initial coordination of FMTs, if required and accepted, will use the reception and departure Centre (RDC) and OSOCC methodology on arrival, until formal health coordination is established under Ministry mechanisms or the cluster when this is decided. 

-- Updates on FMT needs will be posted regularly on the V-OSOCC. 
-- Queries should be directed to Ms. Melissa Bingham, FMT Focal Point WHO Geneva at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and +41-79-276-3735

Find attached an update (27 April, 11:00) of all registered FMTs and those that have arrived and registered at RDC.


Israel Medical Team registration.docx
Registration FMT type 2 MotherChild SDC.pdf
Registration procedure for FMTs
WHO Nepal Situation Report 01_05_15
Obstetrics facilities 3 5 15
WHO Sit Rep 04_05_15
FMT Coordination Meeting minutes 4 May 2015
FMT Snapshot 30 April
WHO SitRep No. 10 05 May
WHO Sit Rep 5 May
Health Cluster Sit Rep 4 May
WHO SitRep 6 May
Nepal FMT meeting minutes 7 May 2015
Nepal FMT meeting minutes 7 May 2015
FMT Map 7_May 2015
WHO Sit Rep 8_May 2015
FMT Reporting Procedures
FMT Daily Surveillance Reporting Form
FMT Exit Procedures
FMT Exit Report Template
WHO Sit Rep 11 May 2015
Rehab Activities
Rehab Cluster SitRep
Health Cluster Bulletin 12 May
Health Cluster Bulletin No. 1 25 Apr_03 May 
Nepal Demographics Profile 2014 
Population Composition in Nepal by Age 
Population Composition in Nepal by Age 
Inter Agency Working Group on RH in crisis 
Situation reports
WHO SitRep 13 May
WHO SitRep 14 May
Guidelines
Emergency trauma guidelines Nepal
FMT Guidelines
Maps
Dhading Map
Other
FMTs Registration Form (word)
Updates on FMT operations (last update: 12-May-2015 16:08 by Marla Nykyri (UNDAC- Finland))
THE NEW FMT COORDINATION EMAIL: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Please advise FMT team 2-3 days before mobilisation so can ensure continuity. Surveillance is important, please report daily using the provided format. Please provide details on diarrhoea. (Melissa Bingham, WHO)

The MoPH has established a toll free hotline to consolidate information and concerns from the affect people. Toll free number: 1660 01 33 444)

Gender based violence and child protection issues are to be reported to Hotline numbers 104 and 1098.


10 May 2015

Contact the co-ordination team – MoHP and UK-EMT - for patients who have step-down or rehabilitation needs. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Reminder that all registered teams need to be self-sufficient for first 2 weeks; if requiring additional stocks contact: 
Mr.Purushottam (Puru) DHAKAL Ministry of health 
Tel. 9843493101 
Email : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Do not proceed with vaccination programmes without consultation as MoHP have existing programs. 

In case of emergency for team members, medical evacuation by private helicopters is available but be aware it needs to be self-funded or by the insurance company of your team. Contact details are below:
SHREE AIRLINES
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Tel: 9851020639, 9851026197

The Israel IDF medical corps is caring for 4 patients requiring intubation and ventilation. The patients will soon be transferred to a treating facility in Kathmandu which does not currently have the hardware or ventilation needed. If any teams have spare ventilators and equipment, please contact the FMT coordination team. Note, all equipment will be returned once patients are weaned (4-7 days).



9 May 2015

All FMTs, Please take note of the following signs and symtoms that should be reported to outbreak surveillance.

Condition Case definitions
Acute respiratory infection Fever over 38°C, with at least one of the following symptoms: Cough; sore throat; thoracic pain; respiratory complaints; general alteration of state.
Acute watery diarrhea* At least 3 non-bloody stools with abnormal/watery consistency every 24 hours. 
Acute bloody diarrhea* At least 3 bloody stools every 24 hours. 
Fever of unknown origin Dengue fever should include in this category



7 May 2015


Communication at the district level is a key priority and FMTs are reminded that their district health officer is their contact point while working in Nepal and secondarily the FMT coordination team in Kathmandu. 

All FMTs need to follow the MoHP request for work locations. These locations are selected by the ministry/WHO FMT coordination team based upon the needs. 

All FMTs will need to fill out an exit form, which will posted once available. 

The RDS registration desk is no longer available at the Kathmandu airport. 




5 May 2015


FMTs will no longer be registered unless they were specifically requested by the MoPH or came through diplomatic channels and have a letter through their embassy. The needs for surgery are met and the focus has shifted towards public health and for teams that can stay for 3-6 months. 

Teams are asked to not vaccinate without the express permission of the ministry. A vaccination programme is in place and many vaccine interventions are planned. The ministry is asking for this to be coordinated. 

There remains need for medical tents, particularly small medical tents that can be used for replacement health posts. 


3 May 2015

Polish Team 
(City of BAHRABISE N27.79402 E85.89683) provided medical assistance to 50 patients. At the same time an assessment mission further toward the border with China failed due to the blocked road. The team left toward Kathmandu at 14:00. Japan medical team stayed at the city
IT AMP – Italian civil protection Advanced medical post deployed on 3 May at Satbise in Nuwakot District (N 27° 96’ 904’’ E85° 18’ 261’’). Just next to the border with Rasuwa district. Team composition (10 doctors, 14 nurses, 3 logistics, 5 fire fighters, 5 management + interpreter). 

Jakarta rescue (INA-11)has finished the medical operation at Manamaiju (Balaju) and Bahrabise (Sindhupalchowk), and rescue dog operation at Balaju. demobilisation will be on May 5 at 7am.

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Swiss SDC Mario Simaz / Olivier Hagon (FMT Type 2 Mother&Child): 
apologies for lack of feeding due to IT issues.
since the 30/04 the gorkha hospital has restarted to provide care instead of evacuate all the patient.
OPD children was reopened
Surgery (children&adult) is on going
Delivery on going too.
Population has been informed the hospital has beed "reopened" 
some figures
30/04/2015
Surgery:6 (children 3; adult 3)
Pediatric OPD: 13
Delivery:1

1/5/2015
Surgery; 9 (children 2, adult 7)
OPD children39
OPD adult 58
deliveries: 5

2/05/2015
Surgery: 12 (children 6; adult 6)
OPD children: 30
OPD adult. 46
obstetric 3: deliveries 1

3/05/2015
Surgery 9 (children 5; adult 4)
OPD children: 30
OPD adult: 118
obstetric: 1; deliveries: 4

2 May 2015

Japan Disaster Relief Medical Team (WHO Type 2) treated 100 patients in Barhabise in Sindhupalchowk district. They are expecting to be fully equipped in a couple of days, hence, at the moment, they are providing OPD service including some minor surgery. (as of 2nd May)

A part of Advanced Medical Post of the Czech Republic (WHO type 1)in Melamchi - Mobile Medical Team (2 Medical Doctors, 2 nurses,1 Interpreter, 2 Support members, Team Leader) reached to Nawalpur area N 22.79410 E 85.61699. They received first patients at 10.00 am LT.

At 02.05.2015 the Advanced Medical Post of the Czech Republic (WHO type 1)in Melamchi, treated 26 patients.

At 07:00 lokal time small mobil medical team (2 Medical Doctors, 2 nurses,1 Interpreter, 2 Support members, Team Leader) is outgoing to the close small vilages with hard entrance. (Aisalakharka- Badigaun) - ETA 19:00 lokal time.
Medical team Czech Republic

A focus on Public Health will be starting from Monday (4/5/15) onwards with topics such as diarrhoea surveillance, TB and HIV medication programs. FMTs are working with local counterparts to restart normal medication supply for TB and HIV. 


1 May 2015

Teams were informed of some key clinical and management issues to be aware of during their mission in Nepal.
a. Documentation of all patient care. In particular, detailed patient records of those requiring difficult procedures such as amputations, and cases that require follow-up and rehabilitation. Notes must explain the reasons requiring the procedures carried out, and copies given to the patient, the Ministry of Health and retained by the FMT.
b. Reporting to the MoH must occur at least weekly. A form for surveillance for Public Health issues and critical diseases, as well as numbers of trauma cases was described to the teams, with the final copy to be available tomorrow.
c. Teams asked about medical waste management and were directed to both the FMT minimum standards technical document to which they had all agreed to comply, and to the Nepal ministry protocols for waste management. Sharps and contaminated waste are to be disposed of to a standard expected in the FMTs country of origin, and pose no threat to the local population.
d. Protocols for the management of patients that die in a health facility were discussed. Unidentified patients are to be seen by the police who will take forensic samples and proceed from there. Those who die with family in attendance should have death certificate and police identification carried out according to local district protocols and handed over to the family.
e. Teams were asked to comply with the Nepalese trauma standard guidelines which will be sent to all teams by email.
f. Drug donations are to be only if on the essential drug list for Nepal, and in English or Nepali, and in date. All other drugs must be destroyed properly or taken home by the teams.


29 April 2015

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of Dr Ian Norton and Foreign Medical Teams, we would like to thank all of you who have offered your services to deploy as FMTs to support the disaster relief efforts in Nepal. Given the overwhelming response, The Ministry of Health Leader for International Response Coordination/FMTs, Dr. Kharki, along with the agreement of the Minister of Health, has stated that no further teams are required at present.

To all FMTs that are en route without a designated tasking location, and all that are on standby, please STAND DOWN. The MoHP and partners from military, Government and NGOs that have provided FMTs are noting decreased rates of trauma cases and the Ministry currently feel there are no gaps. 

Again, thank you for all the assistance in this mobilisation and willingness to help aid in the earthquake relief. 


Swiss SDC: After Medical Assessment in Affected Area, Decision Taken: Mother& Child Module - FMT Type 2 Mother (obstetric, C-Section) and Children (Surgical, medical) in the Ghorka hospital about 7km from the epicenter. Task: Support of the Hospital.
Module Deployment from Switzerland: 08:00 PM, 28.04.2015 (Swiss Time); ETA: 09:40, 29.04.2015 (Local Time).
Diplomatic Clearance and Nepal Home Affairs Permission to land: Ok.
Arrival of Mother& Child Module supported by Our Doctor Coordinator, Head Medical Olivier Hagon in cooperation with our Swiss Embassy in Katmandu.

Mario Simaz, Swiss SDC: Mother Child Module arrived in Katmandu at the ETA Time 09.:40 29.04.2015 (Local Time). After the Airport and Preparation procedures, the FMteam will move to the Ghorka hospital.
Mario Simaz, Rapid Response, SHA, SDC.

Mario Simaz, Swiss SDC: Update Mother & Child Module Operation: Status: operative since 30.04.2015 , 08:00 A.M. Local Time, first treatment. POC in Gorkha Hospital: Head Medical Olivier Hagon. It was also realized a additional medical collaboration with ISAR-Germany in the Affected Area.

ASYA SAR KYM

ASYA SAR KYM's Medical Support Team delivered healthcare services on * 1 May 2015 in the Pananti region to 265 victims. (medical examinations, surgical intervention, treatment, needed medicines provided ) (coordinates N 28° 35.082’ -- E 085° 30.941’).

ASYA SAR KYM's Medical Support Team delivered healthcare services on 
* 29 April 2015 in the Baluvatar region to 183 victims. (medical examinations, treatment, needed medicines provided ) 
* 30 April 2015 in the Bhusel region to 320 victims. (medical examinations, surgical intervention, treatment, needed medicines provided ) (coordinates N 27° 40.717’ -- E 085° 18.961’).


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FMT Daily Report
Trama Guidelines
Head Injury Protocol
Announcements (last update: 4-May-2015 00:30 by Lorena Chazarreta-Abalos (OCHA))
03 May 2015
Find attached the official written letter from the Government on the End of the international USAR phase.


Official letter from the Government on the End of the international USAR phase
Assessments (last update: 30-Apr-2015 16:32 by Sarah Kruger, OCHA)
For information on assessments, please see the HumanitarianResponse.info assessments page here:https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/nepal/assessment-working-group


UNDAC Assessment Cell Preliminary Impact Analysis 1.
Nepal Initial Assessment form.docx
MNMCC - Overview of damage assessments, assistance delivered and troops mobilization


Sub-OSOCC: Chautara

USAR coordination (last update: 5-May-2015 07:26 by Nihan Erdogan (OCHA))
A humanitarian coordination hub is temporarly set up in Sindhupalchuk District. It is located at the temporary hub next to the district main hospital (humanitarian actors can access the area without any permission). GPS coordinates are: 27.77756, 85.71185. All the international relief organizations operating in this district or planning to make any relief items distributions are requested to coordinate their efforts with this hub.

Contact details of the UNDAC Team staffing the hub:

email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
SatPhone: +881 641436757. 

Team Leader: Albrecht Beck 00977 986 098 2034
OSOCC Manager: Nihan Erdogan 00977 9860982036
Mapping; 3W: Andy Smith 00977 985 509 2056
Assessment and Liaison ECHO FP: Anders Oberg 00977-980-862-7008
Assessment and Coordination: Christian Di Schiena 00977-980-108-3446





Chautara:

NORSAR

4 May

NORSAR is currently in Chautara N 27.77827 E 85.71177 Supporting the Norwegian Red Cross in building a field hospital. Estimated departure for Kathmandu is 05.05 and estimated departure from Kathmandu airport is 06.06 in the morning. Please find end of mission form and demobilization form attached. We will also contact RDC upon departure. 


NORSAR UPDATE ( 3 May) We are now leaving the camp at the airport. New mission to support Norwegian Red Cross with establish a level 2 field hospital in the city Chautara NORTH EAST of Kathmandu. OSOCC has approved the new mission for NORSAR. Thank you all nations in the BoO for great cooperation during our stay. -NORSAR OPS

BSF (SPAIN) arrived to Chautara area at 18:00 (local time) (27º47 ´14 "N , 85º44´ 22'E) with 12 peoples and 2 dogs. The team realized the examination of a local hospital about which there were news that was damaged, verifying that was evacuated completely.
At 5:00 (local time) will send 4 persons and 2 dogs to Gomapi village at 3 hours of way on foot to verify the information of a notice of a local citizen who requested help to locate trapped person. The rest of the team will remain in Chautara waiting allocation of work.

SERVE ON:

SERVE ON team have left Chautara (N 27 46' 40.1160" E 85 42' 44.8452") with 2 dogs and handlers and medic. Currently at Jalkeni on route for a nearby military base.

- Originally tasked to assess area met with District Officer and military commanders and gained permission to start search. Immediate area contained multiple collapsed buildings. 
Searches were carried out using vibraphones cameras and canines. 
No signs of life detected. No power to entire area, limited food and water, no communications. Incoming reports from outlying villages of total destruction and extensive loss of life. 
These villages are up to three days walk away. Expecting power to be reestablished tomorrow by District Office. Nepalese military have a functioning base in the area. District officer has requested substantial air support but a further needs assessment will be carried out on return to the main village of Chautara - N 27 46' 40.1160" E 85 42' 44.8452". EDIT - further needs assessment update. 
The District Officer in Chautara has requested urgent heavy machinery to assist with the removal of collapsed buildings locally and in nearby villages some of which are totally destroyed. There is an urgent need to re-establish communications along with food and water. Message ends.
See attached situation reports from the team.
Situation (last update: 6-May-2015 06:20 by Nihan Erdogan (OCHA))
Coordination Structure:
DDRC (District Disaster Relief Committee) coordinates the relief efforts. There are 3 main coordination points and 9 smaller relief points announced by the district officials. The main coordination points are Chautara, Melamchi and Barabise. The small relief points are Ichowk (Chanaute Bazar), Thampaldhap, Sindhukot, Sipapokhare, Jalbine (Dhade), Sangachowk, Tauthali, Thulppakhar and Mangkha (Khandivhaur). 

Clusters:
At a meeting with the Joint Secretary on 6 May, it was agreed to have the attached cluster system with dedicated Government and international coordinators. This will be updated in the coming days. 

Coordination Meetings:
DDRC Coordination Meeting: Every day 8 am (100 m from the Humanitarian Coordination Hub)
Inter-cluster Coordination Meeting: Every other day at 6 pm (Meeting tent of Humanitarian Coordination Hub)
WASH: Every other day 5 pm (Water Supply and Sanitation Division Office)
Shelter/CCCM: 8 May Friday 7 pm.

ATTENTION TO ALL HUMANITARIAN ACTORS OPERATING IN SINDHUPALCHOK:
At today's coordination meeting of DDRC, it was requested that all the humanitarian actors operating in Sindhupalchok district to provide information on their operations. Please find attached the form agreed between DDRC and the Humanitarian Coordination Hub. Please fill in the form and send it to UNDAC Team's gmail address. 


Sindhupalchok district is among the most affected areas of Nepal. The district faces an urgent need in terms of shelter, food assistance, WASH, logistics and water purification. Logistics is highly difficult as the majority of the population lives outside of accessible roads.


Number of Dead per VDC
Info Collection Form from Agencies.docx
List of VDCs with PCodes in Sindhupalchok.xlsx
Clusters.docx
EUCPT structural engineer report_06 May
Announcements (last update: 6-May-2015 06:22 by Nihan Erdogan (OCHA))
Next Inter-Cluster Coordination Meeting will take place on Wednesday, 06 May 2015 at 18:00hrs at the Meeting Tent behind the Humanitarian Hub.

Next Shelter/CCCM meeting will take place on Friday, 8 May 2015 at 7 pm at the Meeting Tent behind the Humanitarian Hub.
Assessments


Chautara (Sindhupalchowk) Assessment.docx


Sub-OSOCC: Gorkha

Situation (last update: 8-May-2015 16:07 by K. Kjorkleiv, Norwegian UNDAC Support)
ATTENTION: Be advised that there have been established an OCHA office at the Hotel Gorkha Inn 

Location: 27.99681, 84.62408 
(Enter the garden and go down the stairs to the left)

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

Telephone: (+977) 982 412 5560

For other contact details please check attached files.


Gorkha OCHA office Structure 09 May
Contacts
Organisations Contacts Gorkha.xlsx
OCHA Contacts as of 9 May.pdf

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