World Vision staff are continuing to responding to the needs of the people of Nepal, after a catastrophic 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on April 25, 2015.
One year on, World Vision has reached 386,984 people in Nepal:
• 20,789 families provided with shelter and non-food items
• 72,000 assisted through repairs of health posts and provisions of medical supplies and equipment
• 118,999 people provided access to clean water
“Despite significant challenges like fuel shortages, landslides, and road blocks, we’ve made great strides in meeting the immediate needs in Nepal. Canadians can feel confident their generous donations have made a real difference to improve the lives of people who need it most.” – Michael Messenger, president, World Vision Canada.