Emergency Shelter Project

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Emergency Shelter Project

Background More than three quarter of a million houses collapsed or are damaged during the recent earthquake in April 2015. To respond to this enormous task, the Government of Nepal appealed the international community to support country’s emergency shelter needs. These needs were particularly vital on the onset of the monsoon season, in order to […]

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