On March 31, a violent tornado struck the Bara and Parsa districts in southern Nepal, killing nearly 30 people and injuring more than 600 others. Officials estimate that more than 1,500 households were affected.
To support the victims of the storm, Humanity & Inclusion is distributing mobility devices�crutches, wheelchairs, and walkers�and providing rehabilitation care to those injured. These activities are in collaboration with our partner rehabilitation center, the National Disabled Fund and Nepal Physiotherapy Association (NEPTA).
"Our priority is to provide appropriate rehabilitation care to the injured in order to prevent them from developing a longterm disability and to enable them to regain their quality of life," explains Willy Bergogne, Humanity & Inclusion's director in Nepal.
Humanity & Inclusion has been active in Nepal for 18 years and regularly responds to natural disasters (earthquakes, floods). Our teams carried out an emergency response to help the victims of the earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015. In addition,
Humanity & Inclusion in Nepal
Humanity & Inclusion has been present in Nepal since 2000. Our team took immediate action to help victims of the earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, 2015. We continue to deliver rehabilitation sessions and provide walking aids in the seven districts. In addition, our programs have diversified with additional focus on health and access to services such as inclusive livelihoods, inclusive education and community based disaster risk management.
Source: Handicap International Humanity & Inclusion