Earthquake Aid


A congested international airport and mountain villages accessible only on foot are but two of the many obstacles that relief agencies face in getting aid to communities affected by the April 25 earthquake in Nepal.

Food, tarps, roofing sheets, blankets and other goods are moving through the supply chain, and every day more relief goods are reaching the hands of people who need them.  By May 15, 30,000 people had received aid from World Vision, and the organization had put systems in place to scale up the response.

Video ©2015 Ben Chandler/World Vision


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