Nepal Earthquakes: One Year Later Moving On

UNICEF started its response to the disaster right from Day One on 25 April 2015. It immediately released emergency supplies which had been pre-positioned in four warehouses in the country. The supplies provided a life-saving bridge before additional large quantities of supplies started to arrive in Nepal from outside the country. UNICEF launched an emergency appeal to cover the needs of the immediate response and early recovery phase. By using resources contributed towards this emergency appeal, UNICEF supported a number of life-saving activities across the areas of health; nutrition; water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); education; child protection; and social protection.

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