Elderly women in Nepal have lost their homes due to the Earthquakes. CARE is helping them prepare for the winter.
When a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on 25 April 2015, the world’s attention was suddenly on the developing Himalayan country. But six months on – and after all the TV crews have left – how are communities faring? CARE’s Lucy Beck tells.
When two back-to-back earthquakes devastate Nepal, what can you do to help? If you’re travel photographer Ewen Bell you help the best way you know how. By inviting people to #BringYourSmile on two trips of a lifetime to help rebuild the tourism industry and in turn Nepalese livelihoods.
After two devastating earthquakes, how will Nepal recover? And how can the country become more resilient to disasters in the future? CARE Nepal’s Food Security Advisor Kabir Ekramul explains how innovative farming methods are creating a way forward.
Earthquakes, perhaps more than any other type of disaster, are a shelter disaster explains CARE’s Emergency Shelter Team Leader, Tom Newby.
CARE has provided more than 23,000 people with food, emergency shelter and hygiene kits in Nepal.