Cordaid for Nepal

After two ma­jor earth­quakes struck in Nepal on 25th April and 12th May 2015, the dis­place­ment was tre­mend­ously in­creased in Rasuwa. Those dis­placed people of Haku and Dand­agau VDCs star­ted liv­ing in four dif­fer­ent camps es­tab­lished at La­haper­pauwa and Dhaibung VDCs of Rasuwa dis­trict. All the camps set­tle­ments are on private land, taken in leased by IDPs them­selves from loc­al Land­lords. Cordaid is provid­ing ba­sic WASH, live­li­hood ser­vices and trans­fer of skill based train­ing from the be­gin­ning of IDPs star­ted liv­ing the camps.

In the IDP camps there is no prop­er wir­ing sys­tem as elec­tri­city line is very ba­sic through wires con­nec­tion to elec­tri­city bulbs for each house­hold in­side the camp. Cordaid has planned to in­stall sol­ar light sys­tem in all the camps, ba­sic­ally to cov­er the com­mon areas such as toi­lets, in­ner road (small walk­ing trail). On the 23rd and 24th Decem­ber 2015, Cordaid and Part­ner or­gan­iz­a­tions dis­trib­uted Wakawaka in the IDP camps.