Earthquke Preparedness

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Jiri bounces back

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Mark Zimmerman
In Dolakha, the aftershock was more destructive than the main earthquake

Survivors help survivors

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Kunda Dixit
Help Nepal Network organise relief supplies bought with donations from Nepalis overseas for earthquake survivors

Physially challenged again

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Manisha Gauchan
After the 25 April earthquake, one group that hasn’t received much attention are the disabled

Chile takeaways

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Sanjiv Shrestha
Leadership, leadership, leadership -- and governance

Growing back

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Sonia Awale
Subsistence farmers in the disaster zone need help to grow food again

The pain of the living

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Devaki Bista
The worry now is how to feed and educate those still living

Tourism is down, but not out

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
The normally busy Thamel intersection wears a deserted look during what should be peak tourist season

Preparedness saved lives

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Dambar Krishna Shrestha
As it was retrofitted, a four-storey building didn’t suffer a single crack

Bungamati Kumari in quake shelter

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Min Ratna Bajracharya
The Living Goddess has been living in a shelter in her hometown that was devastated in the 25 April earthquake

Orphans relocated

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Gopal Gartaula
The earthquake has damaged dozens of children’s homes in Kathmandu Valley

Documenting loss

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Stéphane Huët
An app to collect information on status of damaged monuments

They came, they saw, they left

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Anurag Acharya
One month after the earthquake, the people of Sankhu are still in a state of shock

We will bend but we will not break

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Anjana Rajbhandary
Nepali mothers have always accepted adversity as a stepping stone to transform themselves into stronger individuals

Crumbling palaces

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
Rana palaces converted into government buildings have red and yellow stickers

Gallipoli and the Gurkhas

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
David Seddon
The second in a series the Nepali Times is running in memory of the Nepalis who fought and died in Gallipoli

“Partnership, trust, and coordination”

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Even by Japanese standards the 25 April earthquake was a major one

Where are we?

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Ayesha Shakya
Ncell partners with Flowminder to track movement of Nepalis post-earthquake

Migrants inbound

#758 ( 15-21 May 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Many Nepalis working overseas are returning to help rebuild lives and homes.

Lessons from Sichuan

#758 ( 15-21 May 2015 )
Kunda Dixit
Sichuan Province turned the earthquake crisis into an opportunity to invest $150 billion for reconstruction, rehabilitation and relocation

Back to school

#758 ( 15-21 May 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
UNICEF says going back to class is important for children to overcome their fears
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