A year after the Nepal earthquake, 
children are starting to smile again. It has been a challenging 12 months for families and communities
who lost homes, schools and loved ones,
and there is still a long road ahead. ChildFund initiated our emergency response in Nepal immediately
after the earthquake struck and continues
to support children, families and communities on the steep path to recovery.


11:56am (Nepal time) on 25 April, 2015 Nepal earthquake strikes

May,2015 Help arrives

June,2015 Protecting children

July,2015 Back to school

August,2015 Student supplies

September,2015 Clean water and sanitation

October,2015 Dignity for girls

November,2015 Reporting back to donors

December,2015 Quality assurance

January,2016 Keeping kids warm

February,2016 Risk reduction

March,2016 Long-term recovery

ChildFund will continue to support children in Nepal to safeguard their rights and wellbeing.

A long road ahead

Remember the children still affected by the earthquake in Nepal.

The media tends to focus on the immediate effects of disasters, and more attention is usually given to the emergency response than the long-term recovery. This is not unique to the Nepal earthquake. However, recovering from such a huge disaster requires years of effort. It is important that we don’t forget the children and families affected by the earthquake in Nepal.

Image of the children in Nepal

Continuing support for children towards recovery.

ChildFund will continue to support children in areas affected by the earthquake. Our aim is to provide a safe environment for children to study by supporting school reconstruction and renovation. We will also support families and communities with house reconstruction and support for income generation.
We continue to walk with children, parents, teachers and the community along the road to recovery.

Image of the children in Nepal