|Country or District||Nepal|
|Outline||Monsoon rains are causing flooding and landslides, affecting more than 13,000 families in 14 districts (Bara, Chitwan, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Makwanpur, Okhaldhunga, Puythan, Ramechhap, Rauthat, Saptari, Sarlahi, Sindhuli, Siraha, and Udayapur) in Nepal.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
|OCHA Situation Report No. 1|
|Dead 41, Missing 8, Injured 15, and Affected Families 13,616||Houses destroyed 420|
Over 740,000 people in 24 of Nepal\'s 75 districts were affected. The reported death toll reached 185 and at the height of the disaster, more than 200,000 people were displaced.
OCHA Relief Web 2004/07/30
Nepal Home Ministry Spokesman Gopendra Bahadur Pandey told AFP at least 123 people had died in floods and landslides across the country.
Reuters AlertNet 2004/07/19
Bright sunshine brought a welcome relief to Nepal, where officials said the situation was fast improving because of almost no rain over the past two days.
Reuter AlertNet 2004/07/13
Most of the latest deaths were in Nepal, where 12 people were killed in landslides in the east.
OCHA Situation Report No. 1
Monsoon rains are causing flooding and landslides, affecting more than 13,000 families in 14 districts in Nepal. (2004/07/13)
BBC News 2004/07/12
More than 10 million people across South Asia are battling what some officials are calling the worst monsoon floods for over a decade.