That is not easy in a country such as Nepal… He admitted however that no steps had been taken to inform patients about their rights to be repaid. Laws and regulations must also be monitored and enforced. Nepal Earthquake: 'Immediate Steps Were Taken by Government,' Says Home Minister Nepal does, after all, have some of these things. The Earthquake Country Alliance has worked with experts in earthquake science, preparedness, and mitigation to develop this step-by-step guide for staying safe before, during, and after an earthquake.
The steps taken by the government in event of earthquake are as under; Government sends army to the earthquake site to initiate the relief programme; It supplies essential items like water, food packets, medicines to the site; It makes temporary arrangements for the stay of dislocated people in camps 'Govt took immediate steps after Nepal earthquake', says Rajnath in Lok Sabha - Assuring the government's help for everyone during the hour of crisis, Rajnath said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with 11-12 chief ministers immediately after the quake struck. An earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56:54 NST on 25 April 2015 with a moment magnitude (M w) of 7.8 or 8.1M s and a maximum Mercalli Intensity of IX (Violent).It was the most powerful earthquake to strike Nepal since the 1934 Nepal–Bihar earthquake. The April 2015 Nepal Earthquake, also known as the Gorkha Earthquake, shook Nepal on 25 April with a magnitude of 7.8 leaving over 8,800 people dead and 23,000 injured. A major aftershock with a magnitude of 7.3 followed on 12 May killing more than 200 people and injuring more than 2,500 people. Aura Freeman, Amnesty International's Campaigner on Nepal The report, “Building Inequality”: The Failure of the Nepali government to Protect the Marginalised in Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Efforts, is based on more than a year’s research and two extensive field visits to Dolakha district, one of the worst earthquake-affected areas. Start with the simple tips within each step and then build on your accomplishments. A building in Kathmandu, Nepal, still needed to be supported by poles on Monday, the one-year anniversary of the day it was damaged in an earthquake that killed almost 9,000 people.