WHAT ARE COMMUNITIES SAYING?
Analyze, Advocate, Adapt
Strengthen communications to ensure communities aware of response plans and manage expectations
In November, 68 percent of respondents believe their main problems have not been addressed.
July - 74%
August - 76%
Strengthen communications related to reconstruction support and winter preparedness plans (how to stay safe during winter)
In November, 41 percent of respondents did not have the information they needed. This is an improvement since August.
July - 66%
August - 61%
September - 51%
October - 45%
November - 41%
54 percent are not satisfied with government in response. Main reasons include lack of clarity, unmet promises, reconstruction taking too long
32 percent are not satisfied with NGOs in response. Main reasons include lack of clarity, unmet promises, lack of trust
29 percent do not believe aid is fairly provided (based on networks such as political parties and caste
71 percent do not feel prepared for the winter. Cold protecting shelter and warm blankets/clothes are the main identified needs
34 percent do not feel the earthquake response has made any progress
Completed in RH Camps in Dolakha
Completed in Multi-Purpose Centres
October - Shelter, Education, Early Recovery
September - UN Women
November - UNFPA
December - People in Need (Gorkha)
52 percent of respondents believe there has been an increase in tensions. Respondents stated tensions have increased from community, family and strangers
Tensions & violence since the earthquake
53 percent of respondents believe access to local government or humanitarian agencies has decreased since the earthquake
74 percent of respondents believe male households members do listen in the household.
There is a significant increase in time spent on child and elderly care, getting water, cooking and cleaning. There has been a significant decrease in sleeping/rest and paid work.
Access & Engagement
Male household members listening
Changes in time spent
Ensure continuity of financial support across the humanitarian-development continuum
Establish a common Information Management framework for the collection of sex and age disaggregated data, and develop gender indicators to inform policy making
Incorporate gender equitable, multi-sector approaches in 'build back better' strategies and within DRR, preparedness, recovery and reconstruction programming
Prioritize collaboration with women's groups and frontline actors such as Nepal Scouts, Nepal Army, and the Nepal Red Cross to promote meaningful inclusion of women's voices