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After days of heavy rainfalls, more than 16 million people in India, Bangladesh and Nepal are affected by the floods.
The April 2015 earthquake destroyed houses, infrastructure, schools and natural resources. One year later, there is still a lot to do.
One year after the devistating earthquake in Nepal, Matthias Mogge visited the area.
Our colleague Seema was injured during the earthquake and lost relatives. Nevertheless she returned to work very soon to help others.
After the earthquake Nepali families are in danger of losing their livelihoods. Three villagers share their stories.
Jürgen Mika is member of the Emergency Response Team in Nepal: "I love my job, so I will go where I am needed”.
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake shatterd feelings of safety in Nepal. Francesca Schaffl from Welthungerhilfe emergency response team was there.
After a devastating earthquake hit Nepal, Francesca Schraffl visited the people in small and remote villages of the country.
Distribution of blankets, tarpaulins and food in Kathmandu, Sindhupalchowk and Dhading.
Gorkha District was badly struck by the earthquake in Nepal. Our colleague Surendra distributed tarpaulins as shelter for the people there.
Welthungerhilfe employer Claudia Balkhausen was astonished how people helped each other after the earthquake in Nepal.
Only small cargo planes have been able to land in Kathmandu airport, there is a lack of storage capacity and trucks.