Boy in front of aftermath of earthquake in Nepal
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Children's voices, children's rights

One year after the Nepal earthquake.

Children's voices, children's rights, April 2016

Over one million children are estimated to have been affected by the earthquakes in Nepal, on the 25th April and 12th May 2015. The earthquakes devastated Nepal and caused massive destruction. An estimated 8,959 people died. Surviving children suffered trauma and loss of caregivers.

This report aims to assess the progress made in addressing the main concerns children raised one month after the disaster.

It features the voices of 680 children in five of the most severely affected 14 districts. As well as interviews with 36 officials at central and district levels.

It also highlights the ongoing and new challenges that children are facing.