Friday, April 15, 2016
Nepal Earthquake- One year on
Nepal Earthquake one year on- see how World Vision is helping children and familiesWorld Vision Nepal Earthquake Response has reached 386,984 people with emergency relief, focusing on the urgent needs of the most vulnerable including women, children and minority groups.
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Three Years after Nepal Earthquake - Journey to Resilience
Three years after the devastating earthquakes hit Nepal causing widespread damage affecting the lives of millions, World Vision's partner NGOs have reached out to 573,688 people with education, child protection, health, livelihoods, WASH, cash, shelter and infrastructure interventions in 10 of the most affected districts. This April World Vision's partner NGOs are successfully phasing out all the projects activities in the earthquake-affected districts.
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April 24th 2018
Bipi and Jit's story
Bipi, 80, is three years older than her husband Jit Bahadur. This is not too common in a Nepali family. For more than five decades, they have been happily married to each other. They have witnessed the colours of life together, fought against the odds and smiled together.Today, Bipi and Jit Bahadur are here to get the winter kits distributed by World Vision in Phulpingkot Village Development Committee in Sindhupalchowk district. One of 1,300  households entitled to get the kits, they patiently wait in a queue.
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February 2nd 2017
"We lost everything"
Zinnia grabbed her one-year old baby and ran for the door after the magnitiude 7.8 earthquake struck in the early hours of Friday morning. Before they could escape, the brick door structure collapsed. When the door was clear, she continued and another structure collapsed just where they had been standing. Thankfully they were not injured, but their house was badly damaged along with most of their belongings. A second powerful earthquake the following day, and many tremors since, have left them shaken. 
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December 11th 2016
18 months on, World Vision continues to support the earthquake affected people
18 months after the massive earthquakes hit Nepal, World Vision has reached out to more than 500,000 people to help them recover from their losses.  Through its relief and recovery efforts, World Vision has provided goods, access to services, cash assistance, trainings and infrastructure for disaster preparedness, health care, improved nutrition, education, water, sanitation and hygiene, shelter and livelihood in 10 of the most affected districts.
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October 25th 2016
Maker Faire: where ideas transform into reality
Kathmandu officially made its stamp on the global Maker Movement with the arrival of the inaugural humanitarian Kathmandu Mini Maker Faire (KMMF) where the very best in Nepali innovation and entrepreneurship was showcased alongside selected international makers. The event was held at Nepal Communitere in Pulchowk on September 24 and 25.In partnership with World Vision Nepal Innovation Lab and the US Embassy, the faire acted as a forum to highlight the Maker and Do It Yourself (DIY) movement - specifically with a unique focus on humanitarian innovation to rebuild Nepal.
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September 26th 2016