ACN started to respond to the disaster firsttime by providing relief support to Seti Flood-affected people in 2012, kaski district. After that, ACN had responded to Earthquake 2015 from the early relief phase to recovery, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and preparedness. ACN is continuing to respond to disasters focusing on meeting the needs of the most vulnerable survivors of disaster. In response to the disaster, ACN reaches wherever and whenever the need is greatest.
Our Disaster Response work include:
Nepal went on almost three months of continuous lockdown to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, and Coronavirus pandemic is getting even more severe in recent days.
While responding to Tarai flood 2019 in Bara, Parsa and Rautaht districts, ACN got to know that there were lack of basic knowledge and skills on disaster risk reduction while responding to disaster
The heavy monsoon inflicted flood and landslide in 33 districts of Eastern and Central regions of Nepal displaced more than 13,000 households with 90 deaths, 41 injured and 29 people are missing.
Flood and landslide triggered by incessant rainfall since July 11 in Eastern and Central regions of Nepal displaced more than 13,000 households with 90 deaths, 41 injured and 29 people are missing.
Incessant one week’s pouring monsoon rainfall worst of last 15 years, since 10th August 2017 has triggered worst flooding horribly affecting 35 districts of Terai regions.