nepal earthquake

Fourteen thousand people who were displaced by the earthquakes of 2015 are getting support jointly from Oxfam in Nepal and the National Reconstruction Authority. Oxfam and its partners are working with the government in eight different earthquake-affected districts to help these people to either...
people receiving blankets and mattresses for winter
Upon the request of local government, Oxfam's office in Sindhupalchowk provided blankets and mattresses to people living in the upper areas of the district--Ghorthali and Selang--that had received snowfall lately...
Oxfam in Nepal with its local partners are producing skilled human resource who can build earthquake-resistant houses. Earlier, week-long mason training was provided in seven earthquake-affected districts, and now to motivate more people, 50-day On the Job Mason Training (OJT) is being provided...
Demand for reconstruction grant
A certain section of landless people in Nepal are now entitled to reconstruction grant to rebuild their houses that were affectd by the earthquakes of 2015. They had been deprived from the reconstruction grant as they could not produce land ownership certificates. Oxfam in Nepal and its partners...
Women of Dakchinkali busy in removing mud from Kamal Pokhari -  Credit : Lucia de Vries/Oxfam
When the women of Dakchinkali village restored an ancient pond they unearthed something precious – and a key to the community’s spiritual heritage...
San Nani Magarati, an elderly widow from Changunarayan, who lost her house after the earthquake - Credit: Martin Grahovski/Oxfam
Create better and just conditions for single women affected by the earthquake in Nepal, urges a study by Oxfam and Women for Human Rights.
Saroj Bista tends the tomato plants just four months after the earthquake destroyed his house - credit: Sam Tarling/Oxfam
Saroj Bista from Salyantar in Dhading district lost his house in the 2015 earthquake. His brother got trapped under the rubble but Saroj managed to pull him out. The young farmer got hired as a social mobiliser by Oxfam's partner DEPROCC. After Oxfam helped construct toilets and water storage,...
Students navigate the muddy entrance to the government school in Dunche, Rasuwa district, during monsoon. They study in tents and temporary shelters - Credit: Lucia de Vries/Oxfam
Relief for the 8 million people affected by the huge Nepal earthquake six months ago is still being disrupted by delays in reinstating the government’s National Reconstruction Agency, says Oxfam...
Oxfam staff assesses damage in Gongabu, Kathmandu, a few days after the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015 - Pablo Tosco/Oxfam
Oxfam's Humanitarian Programme provides support to the people who have been affected by the 2015 earthquake...
Bimala Balami participates in a Cash for Work programme in her hometown Dakchinkali, restoring an irrigation channel after the devastating earthquake of 2015 - Kieran Doherty/Oxfam
Investment is at the heart of Oxfam’s cash-for-work programs, which engage villagers in short-term community improvement projects...

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