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The loss of our daughter-in-law, home and cattle affected all of us very badly. My wife was severely injured and nobody thought she was going to recover. But, with time, she is able to do her day-to-day activities. We are doing fine with each passing day.pictured with his wife Junumaya in Simjung, Nepal
Overnight, nearly 5,000 people in Simjung – 95% of the population – lost their homes. They also found themselves with little access to the most basic resources, including clean water and toilets. 12 months on, most people have been able to move back to their homes or have built temporary shelters. But restoring access to taps and toilets remains a priority – which is where your incredible support, and our work with local partners, comes in.
To see how things are changing, simply click on the circle on each image and drag from side to side.