Children's Trust Nepal

Building a better future for Nepal's children

No longer in the headlines, but rebuilding a country isn’t easy.

Back in April, Nepal hit the front pages around the world when it was struck by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, which caused terrible devastation and sadly many deaths and injuries. In the following weeks, we all followed their struggle as hundreds of aftershocks continued to rock the country and its people.

However in typical Nepalese fashion, once the ground had settled they were grateful to have survived and set about the task of rebuilding their lives. Fortunately our Children’s Home survived unscathed, and so we have been able to raise additional funds to provide direct aid to the local community in the form of food supplies, tarpaulins for emergency shelters and now new building materials to help with replacing their homes.

Now, to discover how their recovery is going six months on, the BBC website has revisited the country, including the Dhading district where our Bethany Children’s Home is based – click here to see their article.

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