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Duration2016/07/05 Landslides triggered by heavy rains killed 11 people in western Nepal on 5 July 2016.
Country or DistrictNepal

Headline(Source, Date)
Personal Injury Material Damage Others
UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal 2016/08/01
Killed: 122
Missing: 19
Injured: 67
Families affected: 13,017
Families displaced: 6,294

Houses fully destroyed: 1,556
Houses partially destroyed: 3,226

UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal 2016/07/31
Killed: 120
Missing: 18
Injured: 51
Families affected: 12,745
Families displaced: 6,283

Houses fully destroyed: 1,101
Houses partially destroyed: 1,067

UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal 2016/07/27
Killed: 41
Missing: 23
Injured: 39
Families affected: 7,983
Families displaced: 5,376

Houses fully destroyed: 374
Houses partially destroyed: 561

UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal 2016/07/12
Killed: 19
Missing: 6
Injured: 20
Families affected: 1,583
Families displaced: 385

Houses fully destroyed: 125
Houses partially destroyed: 47

Specific Matters

Related Links
  • ECHO 2016/07/11
    Heavy rain has been affecting the country over the past few days causing floods and landslides. According to media reports, two people died and at least 20 were injured in Katmandu city as well as over 41 houses were damaged throughout the country.
  • AFP 2016/07/06
    Landslides killed eight people in Pyuthan and three people in Gorkha.
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