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Sindhupalchowk district remained at the top affected district with approximately half of the human deaths toll recorded with 3562 deaths out of 8856 total deaths throughout Nepal. The earthquake disaster collapsed about 96 percent houses within the district. The national population statistics of 2011 revealed 66448 households in Sindhupalchowk district. According to the data provided by Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA), Government of Nepal, the earthquake collapsed 63885 houses within the district. help to help Nepal conducted the earthquake relief support programme in Kunchowk Village Development Committee (VDC) of Sindhupalchowk district. The relief support programme was organized to help the earthquake victims of Kunchowk VDC in Sindhupalchowk district. Two hundred households in wards 5, 6, and 8 of Kunchowk VDC were provided with relief materials-sitting mats, blankets, soaps, salt and cooking oil. Suryakiran Primay School in Kunchowk, ward-5, Thapagaon village was also provided with sitting mats as school walls incurred deep cracks prohibiting students to resume classes inside the classroom.
help to help Nepal conducted free health camp and earthquake relief support to the people of Aanboo Khaireni VDC in Tanahun District on May 26, 2015. The programme was organised with the financial support from medihimal, Germany. help to help Nepal’s Healthcare Center, Satrasaya, staff Ms. Biraja Adhikari, Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) led the health camp team, comprising Health Assistant (HA), Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM), and volunteers from local Mitrata Club and Baradi Club, Satrasaya, Aanboo Khaireni VDC, Tanahun. On later session during the day, earthquake relief distributions were conducted to forty earthquake affected households in ward 1 and 2 of Aanboo Khaireni VDC. help to help Nepal office staffs and board members were present during the entire event. The free health camp was organized to provide General Medicine Services to the people of Aanboo Khaireni VDC. Twenty Six people from different villages of Aanboo Khaireni VDC participated during the free health camp. The people during the free health camp were diagnosed with gastritis, joint and body pain, and ring worm. Further, free medicines for diagnosed diseases were distributed to the people. The earthquake relief materials comprising of corrugated steel sheets were distributed for constructing sturdy temporary shelters for preventing from monsoon rain, also mosquito nets distributed were helpful in preventing from dreadful diseases of dengue and encephalitis. Forty households in wards 1 and 2 in villages Yanchowk Tar, Samastipur, Baradi, and Giranchour of Aanboo Khaireni VDC received the earthquake relief materials provided by help to help Nepal.
The mud-hill road linking Satrasaya near Prithvi Highway to Suryodaya Primary School in Aanboo Khaireni VDC, Tanahun was constructed following the guidelines outlined in the report, “Guide to Road Repairing and Securing Strategies,” by Jannai Flaschberger, Germany. The constructed mud-hill road is two and half kilometers from Satrasaya, Prithvi Highway to Suryodaya Primary School, also one kilometer road linking from the mid-section of Satrasaya-Suryodaya Road to Andhimool Temple, Aanboo Khaireni VDC, Tanahun. Satrasaya-Suryodaya Road Construction Project was completed from the fund received from medihimal, Germany and District Development Committee (DDC), Tanahun, Government of Nepal. On constructing Satrasaya-Suryodaya Road, advanced engineering techniques on road profiles were adopted. The road profiles and techniques on reducing erosion and landslide in Satrasaya-Suryodaya Road Project were prioritized and implemented. The road management committee were trained with road maintenance and repairing skills, also a guideline book by Jannai Flaschberger comprising mud hill road maintenance and repairing techniques were provided to the road management committee for future reference for road maintenance and repairing. The newly constructed Satrasaya-Suryodaya Road provided transportation facilities to locals residing in ward-1 of Aanboo Khaireni VDC. The constructed road is serving communities in terms of education and market access, occupation and income, health and hygiene, and access to various services via transportation facilities.
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The concrete roads linking from Satrasaya to Shree Suryodaya Primary School, Yanchowk, ward-1, Aanboo Khaireni Municipality. The past mud hill road hindered vehicular blockade during the monsoon season and problems for the passerby including school children in walking through muddy roads.
help to help Nepal constructed the concrete roads measuring 2.5 Kilometer in length from the touch point of Satrasaya Highway to Suryodaya School. The constructed road was built by The Development and Preservation Committee of Andhimool Religious and Tourism Area, Aanboo Khaireni with the financial support from medihimal, Germany.