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20-10-2015 | Latest News , Asia & Pacific

Nepal earthquake interviews and footage of water and shelter

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B-Roll Shot list

SHOT 1

[00:00] UMESH PRASAD DHAKAL, Head of Earthquake Response Operations, Nepal Red Cross Society

It was active right from the very first moment. Emergency operation center was activated within few hours of the earthquake here at the headquarters level and immediate support was provided to the districts through volunteer mobilization, through provision of non-food relief items and providing some sort of immediate support for volunteer mobilization as well. So in that sense what we could claim is that our emergency relief support has been quite successful in reaching thousands of people in most affected districts.

SHOT 2

[00:35] UMESH PRASAD DHAKAL

But this time as many people still live outside their houses in temporary shelters with children, women and where there could be heath related problems, other WASH-related needs could be there. So it is because of that reason probably we might need to be thinking about some sort of winterization support.

SHOT 3

[00:55] AL PANICO, Head of Delegation, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

What worries me the most in the long term is the amount of time it’s gonna take for the country to get back to a situation perhaps the way it was before. People say five years, 10 years. If you’ve been in some of these communities and you see the devastation to market areas and the communities in which they live. And the support that will be required in the meantime to get people back on their feet will be quite enormous and the task of the government and organizations like the Nepal Red Cross will be long-term. In addition to that the distances and the remoteness of where people live getting the supplies to them, getting the training to where they actually live is also quite a daunting challenge. Just the transportation to build…to bring building supplies into some of these areas is quite significant.

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[02:01] MIKE HIGGINSON, Programme Coordinator, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Nepal Country Office

One of the things I think that’s all humanitarians think about is when you have a situation like Nepal where there’s over 600,000 houses destroyed. Can we do more? With the limited funds that we do all get, can we reach more? Can we make the money that we’ve got, build more houses back for the people in need now and it’s one of those things that’s always in the back in mind. How can I make the money that I do have go full? How can I reach more people with the funds that I have?

EARLY RESPONSE SEQUENCE

SHOT 5

[02:28] Earthquake relief packages at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu

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[02:32] Red Cross people unloading relief materials at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu

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[02:36] Relief materials being unloaded at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu

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[02:40] Relief materials being unloaded at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu

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[02:45] Relief materials being dispatched from Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu

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[02:48] Red Cross volunteers unloading relief materials off a jeep

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[03:03] Red Cross volunteers carrying relief materials

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[03:09] Red Cross volunteers unloading bamboos off a truck

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[03:15] A Red Cross volunteer carrying bamboos through a narrow path

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[03:20] Two Red Cross volunteers carrying bamboos

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[03:27] Red Cross distributing relief materials to the villagers at their distribution point

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[03:45] Red Cross distributing relief materials to the villagers at their distribution point

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[04:09] Red Cross volunteers building toilets with bamboos and tarps

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[04:14] Red Cross volunteer tying tarps together for toilets

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[04:19] Red Cross volunteer tying tarps together for toilets

 

SHELTER CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE

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[04:24] Panning shot of temporary shelters and villagers trained by Red Cross constructing a house in Dolakha

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[04:34] Villagers trained by Red Cross constructing a house in Dolakha

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[04:40] Les Bahadur Raut, one of the villagers trained by Red Cross breaking stones to construct a house in Dolakha

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[04:46] Villagers sawing wooden beams to construct a house in Dolakha

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[04:56] A villager placing flat stones on a block during construction of a house in Dolakh 

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[05:05] Les Bahadur Raut, a farmer walks towards his collapsed house in Dolakha

 

WATER SEQUENCE

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[05:13] Temporary shelters of displaced villagers in Dolakha

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[05:21] Village women gathering at a community tap in Dolakha

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[05:30] Girl washing steel glass at a community tap in Dolakha

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[05:42] Two girls fetching water in gallon jugs and a woman washing kitchen utensils at a community tap in Dolakha

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[05:45] Woman washing her baby’s face at a community tap in Dolakha

 

ASSESSMENT SEQUENCE

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[05:50] Red Cross volunteer ringing doorbell at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[05:52] Red Cross volunteer greeting a house owner at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[05:55] Red Cross volunteer asking questions to a house owner for assessment at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[05:59] Close-up shot of Red Cross volunteer’s smart phone being used for assessment survey at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[06:02] Survey questions on Red Cross volunteer’s smart phone for assessment at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[06:06] Red Cross volunteer and house owner during assessment survey at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[06:09] Red Cross volunteer measuring length of the house using footsteps during an assessment in Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[06:16] Red Cross volunteer assessing a house at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[06:19] Red Cross volunteer taking pictures of a house during assessment at Gongabu, Kathmandu

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[06:24] Panning of the village in Dolakha


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