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70-year-old Bishnu and his family who lost their home and are now living in a tent.

LIVE: Nepal earthquake updates - Week 2

Posted in Blogs 4 years 3 months ago

We’re now in the second week of helping survivors of the earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday 25th April. We want to keep you updated on what's going on so you can see how your donations are helping. For news from last week you can read our original live Nepal earthquake blog. For this week's stories from the field look out for new posts below (we're adding the most recent information at the top).

Hugh Dennis cycling in Myanmar with the girl he sponsors through ActionAid

As a long-term supporter of ActionAid, British actor and comedian Hugh Dennis talks to us about his love of cycling and why you should get involved in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycling challenge this August. Because of the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal at the weekend, we need your support more than ever.

Adimaya Tamang breaks down as she sees the remains of her home in Phalame village, destroyed by Nepal's earthquake

Nepal Earthquake: in pictures

Posted in Blogs 4 years 3 months ago

Our photographer Prashanth Vishwanathan was one of the first to arrive in Kathmandu after Nepal's worst earthquake for 80 years. He's part of our emergency response team, delivering aid on the ground to survivors. Here he tells the stories behind his photos.

ActionAid staff and partners deliver emergency aid in Nepal after the earthquake

LIVE: Nepal earthquake emergency updates

Posted in Blogs 4 years 3 months ago

ActionAid's staff are on the ground right now giving emergency support to survivors of April's devastating earthquake, which was the worst to hit Nepal in 80 years. Check out the map below to see where we're helping and we're bringing you the latest updates and news as we have it (most recent information displays at the top). */

Aitu Limbu, President of Kafle Women's Group in Okhre, Tehrathum District, Nepal

At ActionAid, we're all about bringing women together in communities to discuss their needs and demand their rights. So we’d like to celebrate an inspiring woman taking a stand for women’s economic security in her community and share the ideas of some of the leading thinkers and decision makers on gender equality.