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.
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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
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.
Francois, Esperance and their seven children were trapped in grinding poverty. Francois earned less than $200 a year. They had no animals to provide manure, meat or income. Even worse, the couple and one of their daughters are HIV-positive. They were always sick and without the energy to work...
Basmati Buda had a hard time adjusting when her family moved to Fattepur, Nepal. Unsure what else to do, she allowed her livestock to eat from the community nursery. Her neighbors yelled at her and called her names. Since joining the Strengthening Smallholder Enterprise project, Basmati has learned forest...
For the past two weeks heavy rains in Malawi have resulted in floods in most areas of the country. The worst affected are the Southern Region districts of Nsanje, Chikwawa, Phalombe, Zomba and Blantyre, where homes, crops, livestock and household property have been damaged.
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