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Open Mic Nepal, Issue #33 (English) 

Open Mic Nepal is a project that tracks perception and rumours circulating on the ground among earthquake-affected communities. Information is collected from volunteers and partners who work extensively on the ground, verify the information and present it in these reports to support the work of humanitarian agencies and local media.

Open Mic Nepal is presented by Internews and #quakehelpdesk implemented by Accountability Lab and Local Interventions Group.

Current: Issue #33 - February 29, 2016

This issue focuses on addressing concerns, such as people who were excluded from assistance, designs for earthquake-resistant houses, and education for children.

Download the full report for February 29, 2016 in English

Download the full report for February 29, 2016 in Nepali

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