Frontline Stories

Nepal Earthquake Relief One Year On

Beside the Temporary Learning Centre, World Vision has also supported the repair of the school building.

With reconstructed and repainted walls, the birthing centre is better equipped with new beds and equipment to deliver a higher standard of healthcare services to mothers and children.

“I went to the birthing centre for regular check-ups and it was helpful and reassuring to have the nearby birthing centre ready by the time I gave birth to Suman,” Amrita (left) shares, holding her newborn baby with her 7-year-old daughter by her side.

Kevin visits a primary school at a former Area Development Programme supported by Hong Kong donors.

In a remote village, World Vision assisted to build a new health post after the old one got destroyed by the earthquake, ensuring robust healthcare service for the community.

The new health post is installed with solar power which provide an alternative, stable power source. 

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