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Nepal Earthquake Response: Six Month Review

Overview

The Nepal Earthquake Response: Six Month Review highlights Plan International's achievements and sector interventions in the aftermath of the 25 April earthquake in Nepal, which impacted the lives of more than 8 million people, including 3.2 million children. 

In the last 6 months, Plan International has raised nearly €20 million to help 255,120 individuals, including 106,739 children impacted by the earthquakes in Nepal. Plan International’s response in Nepal focused on 6 key sectoral areas: Education in Emergencies; Child Protection in Emergencies; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH); Shelter and Non-Food Items (NFIs); Health; and Food Security and Livelihoods. 

Moving forward, Plan International will focus particularly on the education, protection and shelter needs of children and their families, aiming to reach more children and adults living in some of the most remote, devastated earthquake-affected areas of Nepal.

Executive Summary

Six Month Review

The report highlights Plan International's achievements and sector interventions in the aftermath of the 25 April earthquake in Nepal, which impacted the lives of more than 8 million people, including 3.2 million children. 

In the last 6 months, Plan International has raised nearly €20 million to help 255,120 individuals, including 106,739 children impacted by the earthquakes in Nepal. Plan International’s response in Nepal focused on 6 key sectoral areas: Education in Emergencies; Child Protection in Emergencies; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH); Shelter and Non-Food Items (NFIs); Health; and Food Security and Livelihoods. 

The report includes priorities moving forward as we transition into the recovery phase. Plan International will focus particularly on the education, protection and shelter needs of children and their families, aiming to reach more children and adults living in some of the most remote, devastated earthquake-affected areas of Nepal.