Two months after the earthquake, the United Nations World Food Programme warned that it is running out of funds to provide essential logistics services to the humanitarian community and to implement early recovery activities and nutritional support for women and children. WFP currently has a funding shortfall of US$74 million for its earthquake response operations in Nepal until the end of the year. WFP’s focus is now shifting to Nepal’s early recovery. Providing cash to families for clearing debris means they can buy food and markets are revitalized. Employing porters to deliver relief items and fix trails supports livelihoods and opens tourism routes. With the World Health Organization, we’re building 50 temporary health clinics to kick-start access to health services.
|Date||23 June 2015|
|Topics||Nepal earthquake, Cash and Vouchers, Earthquakes, Logistics|