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Save the Children’s Earthquake Response in Nepal: A Special One-Year Progress Report

Save the Children plunged into action less than 24 hours after the April 25 earthquake, providing lifesaving relief materials; distributing food, shelter and hygiene kits and operating health clinics. Our strong relationships prior to the earthquake helped us respond swiftly to community needs. We were also disaster-ready, with prepositioned stocks of relief materials. After the first phase of our emergency response, we provided warm clothes, blankets and cash support to thousands of families to help them meet challenges posed by monsoons and the harsh winter.


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