Nepal Red Cross Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1965. In 2015, it counted 21,109 active volunteers (up from 20,000 in 2009). Most recently it has been instrumental in the immediate and long-term response to the earthquakes in Kahtmandu.

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Pasang Tamang’s face lights up as she chats with visitors on the veranda outside her new house.  “I feel more secure here than in the temporary shelter,” says Pasang. The temporary shelter was made of corrugated iron, which was home to her and her fami …

11 April 2018

Bimala Pariya, 60, would never have suspected that she would lose everything she owned to the recent flooding in Nepal. The floods not only destroyed her house in the Sunsari District of Nepal, but swept away her toilet, pig shed, household items, and damaged the fresh water well behind her home.

11 December 2017

Whenever Deepak Giri remembers the tragic events in the early hours of August 14, 2017, he cannot help but relive a powerful mix of emotions. “I would feel exhausted. At times scared, but also happy to have played a role in my community,” the 29-year-old says.

10 October 2017

Juusman Tharu, 50, and her family have spent the last week clearing the mud and debris from their house in western Nepal. Her husband has now started to repair the damage, using all the materials he can gather together. But all is far from well.

8 September 2017

For Sushama Khatiwada, saving lives and helping people as part of the Nepal Red Cross Society is a family affair.

5 September 2017

Some families dealing with the effects of the recent devastating floods in Nepal are struggling to reestablish their livelihoods after losing everything.

4 September 2017
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