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Two years after the devastating earthquakes struck Nepal affecting the lives of eight million people with death and destruction, World Vision continues to stand with survivors as they build back their lives in the face of the challenges that remain.
More than 526,000 people in 10 worst hit districts of Nepal have benefitted from World Vision's interventions since the earthquake. Soon after the earthquake World Vision provided goods, access to services, cash assistance, trainings and infrastructure in the areas of disaster preparedness, health, nutrition, education, water and sanitation, shelter, child protection and livelihood. At present and into the final phase of the response, World Vision is focusing on expanded and improved livelihoods, water and sanitation, and shelter.