A week after the earthquake that rocked Nepal last Saturday, shelter is becoming an increasingly urgent need for children like Sandhhya and Sayan and their families.
Seven-year-old Aaram and his family lost their house in the earthquake, and are now living in one of the many makeshift camps in Kathmandu. Children are especially vulnerable in these situations, and World Vision has begun opening Child Friendly Spaces to keep them safe and protected.
World Vision's Sunjuli Kumar Singh describes the current situation near Kathmandu, Nepal, where people affected by the earthquake are staying in tents.
million of public donations to the DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal will be matched by UK aid through the …
World Vision is mobilising staff and resources to assist communities impacted by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal.
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