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Nepal is one of the least-developed countries in the world. Many people live in very hard-to-reach places among Nepal’s mountainous, rugged terrain. In times of need, remote communities are more vulnerable and difficult to access. So when two massive earthquakes hit the country in 2015, toppling buildings and destroying infrastructure, tens of thousands of lives were devastated and almost 800,000 homes were damaged or destroyed.

While the rebuilding process has been underway since the earthquakes occurred, many people in remote communities still need help to rebuild their homes and their lives after losing so much in the disaster. 


Emergency Relief – Medair was on the ground in Nepal within 48 hours of the first earthquake. Together with our local partner, Mission East, the team provided families with crucial household supplies to provide immediate shelter relief and to prevent disease. We also provided toolkits to enable safe and efficient demolition and debris clearing.

Livelihoods Support – After the earthquakes, Medair financially supported vulnerable earthquake survivors for their work in demolition and debris clearing in their villages through a cash-for-work project.

Shelter Recovery Support – Medair is currently providing training and assistance to devastated villages in mountainous Sindhupalchowk, Ramechhap, and Okhaldhunga districts as they continue to rebuild. We help families safely remove rubble, and build back safer houses. We also provide trainings and consultation on Disaster Risk Reduction techniques to help communities rebuild safer and stronger houses.