बारम्बार सोधिने प्रश्नहरु

Disasters are of two types. 1) Natural Disasters 2) Non-Natural Disasters 1. Natural Disasters are defined as Section 2 (i) of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act, 2074. Snow, hail, avalanches, avalanches, heavy rains, droughts, floods, landslides and landslides, inundation, drought Storms, hurricanes, cold waves, hot air waves, lightning, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, fires or any other natural disaster. 2 Non-natural disasters are defined by section 2 (d) of the Act as epidemics, famines, fires, insect or microbial terror, animal and bird flu, pandemic flu, snake bites, animal terror, mining, air, road, water or industrial accidents. Disasters arising from fire, toxic gas, chemical or radiation leakage, gas explosion, toxic food intake, environmental pollution, deforestation or damage to physical infrastructure and disaster relief work or other non-natural disasters. Disasters are the result of the above.

If you live in the coastal area of big rivers, you will get a message from 1155 on your mobile, read it carefully. You can find out for yourself how much flooding is likely to occur in your settlement by calling the toll-free number 1155.

If you have been hit by floods, landslides or any other disaster and need help, you can call 1149 for help and rescue. Calling this number does not cost money.

The flooding in major cities including Kathmandu in recent years is not a flood. This is called water logging in the language of disaster. These problems have arisen after the natural flow of the river was stopped due to various structures built in the city.

In case of the deceased, the family members of the deceased should file an application at their ward office. To get the relief amount for housing damage, an application should be submitted to the ward office or district administration office with the details of the damage.

1 request 2 police arrests 3 Recommendations of the municipality 4 Death registration certificate 5 Proof of close relationship.

Only those affected by air, road and boat accidents caused by disasters such as earthquakes, floods, landslides, fires, hailstorms, hurricanes, lightning, cold waves, snowfall, etc. receive relief.

In case of death of one member of the same family, relief amounting to Rs. But this kind of relief will not be available if all the members of the same family have died and no one from Ekasangol is alive.

Of course they do. In case of disaster, if the food and the house they are living in are completely destroyed or even if it is not completely destroyed, a new house has to be built in a safe place to avoid possible danger. Such families will get financial assistance of up to Rs. . But there must be no house to live in another place. During the monsoon period, those whose houses were completely damaged due to floods, landslides, inundation and erosion are provided the same assistance as those provided to the earthquake victims of 2072 BS through the same method and process.

The families of the victims who have lost their houses, restoration, houses or food crops and land or shop business without food for immediate livelihood will be given Rs. 15,000 per family for up to 5 members and Rs. Assistance is provided.

To pay the expenses incurred while treating the injured in the government hospital through the District Disaster Management Committee and to provide Rs. 1,000 per person and transportation expenses as financial assistance to go home from the hospital.

Disaster Affected Private Housing Reconstruction Grant Distribution (Draft) Procedure, 2077 is being prepared.

Disaster Affected Private Housing Reconstruction Grant Distribution (Draft) Procedure, 2077 is being prepared.

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