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Being blind for 20 years had been a nightmare for 80-year-old Jeremiah, who lives in Mbasela village in Luanshya, which is about 18 miles from town, as he has barely been able to afford to provide for his family.
In about a year, little Vahan will become another consumer of the milk and fresh homemade dairy products rich in calcium, which is so useful for the growing bodies of the children.
Though it hasn't made the headlines here, the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, caused injuries and death miles away in neighboring countries and regions, including Tibet of China, India, Bangladesh and Bhutan. The sudden disaster shifted worlds of happiness into sadness with so many lost...
Relief efforts are giving way to recovery and rehabilitation in Heifer project areas in Nepal one month after a devastating earthquake rocked the country.
A second strong earthquake has hit Nepal just 16 days after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake impacted an area of Heifer International projects near Kathmandu. Another 28 Heifer project villages
Alina Karki, communications officer for Heifer Nepal, gives us a look at the devastating effects of the earthquakes that have rocked the country in the past two weeks.
A week after a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake shook the entire nation, people are still living and sleeping under the open sky. The aftershocks still continue to traumatize the people of Nepal.
Heifer Nepal staff and volunteers who are distributing relief supplies are encountering enormous challenges and need in affected communities.