Briefing paper on Mahakali Flood

Posted On: 2015-05-25

Three days of continuous rainfall across the foothills of west Nepal in mid-August 2014 led to widespread flooding and damage along the Karnali River and its tributary Babai. The flood affected and displaced thousands of families of Banke, Bardiya, and Kailali districts and over a hundred people lost their lives. Hundreds of houses were damaged along with roads, bridges, local markets, transport infrastructure, livestock, crops and daily consumables. Government and aid agencies were involved in rescue and relief. Zurich, ISET-International, ISET-Nepal and Practical Action collaborated to conduct post-event review of the 2014 Karnali flood. The attached brief outlines the importance of the study and preliminary findings. 

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