When two earthquakes devastated Nepal in 2015 — affecting 1.1 million children and destroying thousands of homes, hospitals and schools — UNICEF sprang into action.
We provided immediate, on-the-ground emergency relief: food, clean water, shelter, healthcare, education and child protection services.
More than one year later, Nepal’s children still need your support. Many live in temporary structures. Others struggle with grief and post-traumatic stress.
In a country battling hunger and disease even before the disaster, poor sanitation kills 5,000 infants under five every year. Chronic malnutrition stunts forty-one percent of the children.
Donate now so that UNICEF can help Nepal’s children continue to recover and grow.