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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-05-17T15:38:35.224Z

Bahundanda is a village in the Dhading district. 46 families in this village have lost their homes to the Great Quake. The WODES/NCBL Relief team distributed food supplies to these families.
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-05-10T07:11:10.153Z

Lothar, Chitwan is also one of the earthquake affected villages, where the major inhabitants are from Chepang (Over 60% population) and Tamang communities. Chepang and Tamang communities in Lothar are considered indigenous and marginalized. Most of the population live in impoverished conditions. 298 houses in Lothar collapsed due to the Great Quake. WODES/NCBL Relief Team distributed tents, rice, beaten rice (Chiura) and noodles on 6th May 2015.
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-05-07T06:11:28.143Z

5 May 2015, NCBL/WODES distributed rice in Naubesi, Kanakot, Nanidanda, Kisikal, Khadka tole, Jhariban, Kanle Bhadaure, Kalyantar, Rupakot, Chapagainthok, Dunde Bhanjyang. 388 houses were destroyed during the Great Quake of April 25, 2015. NCBL/WODES conducted this program with the help of local authorities and police.
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-05-05T03:08:11.683Z

WODES/NCBL Relief Team distributed 30 kilo rice packets per household to 166 households in ward 2, 3 and 4 of Bosi Gaun, Kathmandu. Although Bosi village lies in the Kathmandu district, it has received little to no support as most of the relief packages have targeted districts like Sindhupalchowk and Rasuwa. Bosi, a village with mostly Newar inhabitants, witnessed severe destruction as old houses toppled down during the Great Quake. WODES/NCBL Relief Team distributed rice to families from 166 houses that were destroyed or that are not in a state of moving into.
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-05-03T12:35:56.051Z

At least 7,040 people have been confirmed dead from the 7.9-magnitude Great Quake on April 25. The number of injured has reached 14,227[Kantipur Daily Newspaper, ekantipur.com]. With 651 deaths reported so far, Dhading is one of the worst-hit districts[The Kathmandu Post, ekantipur.com/tkp]. WODES/NCBL Relief Team, together with 2 more organizations, distributed 25 kilo rice packet per household to 760 households in Jeevanpur, Dhading. The relief team distributed rice to people in ward no. 2, 3, 4 and 9 of Jeevanpur V.D.C., which is mostly inhabited by Dalit communities.
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