Nepal: The long road to recovery: Three years after quake, Nepalis push ahead
Learn what recovery has been like for some of the people Mercy Corps worked with in the years since an earthquake devastated communities in Nepal.
Nepal: One year later, recovery in Nepal forges on
After suffering devastating earthquakes last year, Nepal was hit with an early monsoon season and a crippling fuel crisis. Now, recovery is moving forward and our team is there as Nepalis continue to recover, and rebuild their lives.
Nepal: Quick facts: What you need to know about the Nepal Earthquake
Get the facts, figures and insights about the devastating 2015 earthquake, and learn about our relief and recovery efforts three years later.
Nepal: See why cash is key to helping Nepalis rebuild
It's been six months since a massive earthquake rocked Nepal, and families are beginning to recover. See photos and learn how cash and solar lamps are helping people get back on their feet.
Nepal: Recovery continues three months after Nepal earthquake
Monsoon season has arrived, and the people of Nepal are working to rebuild their homes, communities and livelihoods. We're still on the ground helping people affected by the earthquake with emergency supplies and cash assistance.
Nepal: Cash stimulates recovery in villages shattered by quake
Find out how local shopkeepers are helping us get money to vulnerable families in hard-to-reach communities.
Nepal: Subba shows us why cash is key to recovering after disaster
We’re giving earthquake-affected families money to buy the things they need right in their communities. Learn how the spending helps local shop owners like Subba get back in business, and jump-starts recovery for everyone.
Nepal: Meet the resilient Nepalis you've helped us reach
Our team delivering emergency relief across Nepal sees the strength and resilience of people first-hand. Meet some of those we’ve reached because of your support.
Nepal: Impact report: 30 days after Nepal earthquake
Your compassionate support helped us reach more than 43,000 people with emergency relief supplies in the 30 days since Nepal's devastating earthquake. Learn more about how we've helped people survive and begin to recover.
Nepal: Where do families go when their village is in ruins?
In a small village outside of Kirtipur, 17 families now live together in a chicken coop after most of the village’s homes were destroyed. Learn how we're helping them cope.