Nepal earthquake appeal
Three million children have been affected by the earthquake in Nepal. Plan International's emergency response includes shelter, water and health care.
A child being carried past destroyed buildings that collapsed on the outskirts of Kathmandu. Photo credit: AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha
Shelter is the most urgent need of people affected. Plan teams are currently distributing emergency shelter materials in severely affected districts.
Aid being distributed in Baluwapati, Kavrepalanchok District - one of the most heavily impacted areas.
Plan staff distributing emergency aid to families affected by the earthquake.
Children walking across a damaged school playground. Plan is working to build more than 100 temporary learning centres. Learning kits will also be distributed to 100,000 children.
Help children and families
Thousands of children and families are still in urgent need of support following the devastating earthquake that hit the Kathmandu valley in Nepal on 25 April and subsequent aftershocks.
More than 8,800 people have been killed and thousands have been injured. Entire homes have been reduced to rubble, forcing families to sleep in the open, exposed to the elements.
Plan International emergency teams are on the ground providing shelter, water, health care, education, emotional support and child protection - but we need your help.
Support the Nepal earthquake appeal
Please support our vital work and donate to the Nepal earthquake appeal today.
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