Posts Tagged: earthquake

NDRCS Project Update

As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As

NDRCS Project Update

As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As

367 days on

Yesterday marked one year on from the devastating earthquake which struck Nepal on April 25th 2015, changing the courses of many lives for ever, including my own. At least, yesterday was the anniversary date in the Georgian calendar, as the

367 days on

Yesterday marked one year on from the devastating earthquake which struck Nepal on April 25th 2015, changing the courses of many lives for ever, including my own. At least, yesterday was the anniversary date in the Georgian calendar, as the

People, resilience, life carrying on…

It’s been an extremely busy month since my last post but unfortunately I do not have time to explain in detail so with just a few words I’ll have to let the pictures do the talking to keep you up to date.

People, resilience, life carrying on…

It’s been an extremely busy month since my last post but unfortunately I do not have time to explain in detail so with just a few words I’ll have to let the pictures do the talking to keep you up to date.

The vital signs of recovery

#1 Though with every turn there are still many signs of devastation; #2 The Early Recovery cluster team are doing sterling work in demolishing damaged buildings and offering cash for work for debris removal. As a result, order is starting

The vital signs of recovery

#1 Though with every turn there are still many signs of devastation; #2 The Early Recovery cluster team are doing sterling work in demolishing damaged buildings and offering cash for work for debris removal. As a result, order is starting

Tarp distribution in rural Sindhupalchok

On Saturday May 30th I got the chance to travel with one of my Save the Children colleagues to monitor the ongoing distribution of tarps (robust plastic covers intended to strengthen people’s immediate emergency shelters). The distribution was in a

Tarp distribution in rural Sindhupalchok

On Saturday May 30th I got the chance to travel with one of my Save the Children colleagues to monitor the ongoing distribution of tarps (robust plastic covers intended to strengthen people’s immediate emergency shelters). The distribution was in a

Nepal Earthquake – lending a hand (part 2)

Due to a squeeze on time (in half an hour I’m leaving Kathmandu do take up a new placement – details to follow!) the next few posts may be more of a photo album than posts but it will hopefully continue

Nepal Earthquake – lending a hand (part 2)

Due to a squeeze on time (in half an hour I’m leaving Kathmandu do take up a new placement – details to follow!) the next few posts may be more of a photo album than posts but it will hopefully continue

Nepal Earthquake – lending a hand (part 1)

#1 On the evening of day #3 (and repeated on day #4), with my guests safely at the airport awaiting flights, I was able to start lending a hand. But where to start and be helpful without getting in the

Nepal Earthquake – lending a hand (part 1)

#1 On the evening of day #3 (and repeated on day #4), with my guests safely at the airport awaiting flights, I was able to start lending a hand. But where to start and be helpful without getting in the