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Photos of Nepal earthquake
Heifer staffers stock mattresses, blankets, sheets and tents for people needing a place to sleep.
A temporary shelter is seen in Dhading. The baby in the background was rescued from a collapsed house.
All that is left of a collapsed home in Dhading.
Heifer is distributing, among other items, plastic sheets to help protect families from the elements.
A few Heifer goats in Dhading.
Heifer Nepal staff distributed tents, tarps and other housing materials in Dhading district.
A woman carries blankets, tarps and foam mattress rolls away from a distribution point in Dhading district.
A woman accepts temporary housing supplies in Dhading district.
A woman stands in front of her home that collapsed in the quake.
Staff take names and inventories during distribution of relief materials in Dhading district.
Heifer staff explain how the distribution process will unfold.
People in Dhading district listen to instructions on how to receive relief supplies.
A man carries his supplies.
Staff and volunteers unload materials for distribution.
Trucks loaded with relief supplies make their way to Nuwakot district Sunday, May 3.
Heifer staff and volunteers load trucks May 2 to be taken to three villages affected by the earthquake.
Drinking water facilities were damaged in the village of Tupche where Heifer delivered supplies Sunday, May 3.
Women and girls work to clear the rubble in Tupche village, Nuwakot district, Sunday, May 3.
Photos from the Nepal earthquake in April 2015.
Children perform “Fishing Dance” to entertain all participants during the celebration.
Mrs. Cham Doung, 21, and Mrs. Ma Phan, 50, are excited to pass on vegetables and chickens during the ceremony in Kork Rormeat commune.
Heifer CFO Bob Bloom and his wife, and H.E. Nhem Morokat, Under Secretary of State of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs handed over POG Appreciation Certificates to original families.
Guests and participants are dancing Khmer dances to celebrate achievements after end of the ceremony.
Some of the piglets that were due to be passed on.
Original families with pink scarfs passed on chickens to POG families with blue scarfs.
Project families are happy to display their products such as fruits, vegetables, rice, cassava (major families’ income in the area) etc.
Take a look at the photos from a recent Passing on the Gift Ceremony in Cambodia
Micheline Matang checks on her pigs in their pen.
Heifer Africa Area Program Vice President Elizabeth Bintliff (center) dances with Heifer staff and traditional dancers outside the Fon of Nseh's palace.
People gather in Nseh for a Passing On the Gift ceremony.
Pandop Olga, 16 (center), and her brothers Faove Ninnone, 12 (left), and Kendieng Desmond, 10, do homework.
Marthe Nombop (center) and her daughters Supuwa Binnette, 18 (left), and Pandop Olga, 16, head out to work in their cornfield.
Marthe Nombop fills her chickens' water dispensers.
During four decades of work, Heifer Cameroon has helped more than 50,000 farming families.