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Winterization


In 79 of 82 sites visited, displaced people got cash assistance in terms of winterization support either from the government or humanitarian partners.

 

 

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What was household % that received cash assistance in terms of winterization
support either from the government and humanitarian partners?

In 76 sites cash assistance came from the government while in 24 sites humanitarian partners distributed cash assistance.

Did households receive cash assistance from the government?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Did households receive cash assistance from non-government humaniarian partners?

In 17% sites assessed, households received more than NPR 25,000 as cash assistance from either the government or humanitarian partners while in 77% sites the cash assistance per household remained between NPR 10,000-25,000. There was no cash assistance from any actor in 4% of sites assessed in Round 6.

 64% of households who got cash assistance primarily used it to buy clothes and blankets in the winter season, 16% for repairing their damaged houses, 12% for buying food and 8% for miscellaneous daily expenses.

 

What was the primary use of  cash assistance?

Of 82 sites assessed, more than 75% households in 74 sites received winterization items support from various humanitarian partners.

What was household % at site that received winterization kit assistance?
 
 

Winterization kit support was given by ACF, ACTED, Action-Aid, Asia Foundation, Care Nepal, Focus Nepal, GOAL, IOM, Khwopa En College, Lumanti, Manekor, Nepal Mandal, Nepal Pariwartan, Oxfam, PIN, Plan Nepal, Red Cross, Samaritan Purse, SSICDC and UNICEF.

 Blankets (72%), floor foam mats (43%), winter clothes (33%), mattress/beds (26%) and stoves (22%) remain the core items in winterization kits which were distributed to displaced people at 74 sites.

 In 91% of sites which got winterization kits, distribution was on-site, 6% had distribution off-site but within 1-hour travel distance from the site whereas people of 3% sites had to travel more than 1 hour to receive assistance.