Tuesday 25th Apr 2017
On 25 April and May 12, 2015, the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in Nepal were transformed by two earthquakes. A total of 5.6 million people were affected; 8,856 people were killed and more than 800,000 houses were damaged or destroyed. Two years later, the Red Cross has helped thousands of people to recover and rebuild their lives. Staff and volunteers of the Nepal Red Cross working in the 14 worst-affected districts have been at the forefront of recovery efforts.
00:00 Title Card
00:10 General shots of life in Katmadu, almost 2 years on from the devastating earthquakes of 2015.
00:33 Shots of showing road conditions and rebuilt building in Kharelthok village.
01:34 Red Cross staff and volunteers in Okhaldhunga.
01:47 Home being rebuilt with the support of the Red Cross in Okhaldhunga.
01:59 Activities in Dhunche Hospital.
02:44 Red Cross First Aid training in Sindulpalchowk.
03:02 General shots of livelihood programmes in Okhaldhunga.