Rule number one: Find organizations that are genuinely making a difference. These 10 grassroots non-profits, focusing on long-term reconstruction, are a good place to start.
How to Help Nepal
Whether you have trekked and climbed among Nepal’s majestic peaks or plan to someday, many of our hearts have been touched by the country’s people, culture, landscapes. That’s esp…
New Nepal earthquake
More deaths and devastation as 7.3 Richter Scale quake hits between Kathmandu and Mount Everest
Nepal blizzards: Survival guide
Experts say preparation creates the best chance of survival when emergencies hit exposed mountains. So how can we stay alive when disaster strikes?
A Feminist City Guide to Kathmandu, Nepal
Support local women in Nepal with our feminist city guide to Kathmandu that highlights women-run businesses, NGOs and more.
Why is Nepal's new constitution controversial?
Nepal is about to adopt a new constitution, after nearly a decade of delay. However, many are unhappy with the document, as the BBC's Charles Haviland explains.
How To Help Pregnant Women Affected By Nepal Earthquake
Even before the devastating magnitude-7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal’s capital on Saturday, the maternal health system there was severely compromised. Now, ...
Nepal PM: Earthquake toll could reach 10,000
Poor and destroyed infrastructure as well as continued aftershocks hamper recovery efforts in Himalayan nation
How to help the victims of Nepal's earthquake disaster
On Monday, the devastation from the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the heart of Nepal on Saturday was not yet fully known. See what some relief organizations are doing and how you can help.
Nepal Earthquake: How You Can Help
Nonprofit Technology Chat: Nepal Earthquake: How You Can Help
How technology is saving lives and bringing help to Nepal
Technology is changing not only how relief efforts are organized and deployed after the Nepal earthquake, but also how they can help on the ground.
How to Help and Stay Informed: Assistance Post-Earthquake in Nepal
Visit the Embassy of the United States (nepal.usembassy.gov), the U.S. Embassy Facebook page (www.facebook.com/nepal.usembassy), the US Agency for International Development (www.usaid.gov) or the USAID Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance Facebook page(www.facebook.com/USAID.OFDA) to learn about the April 25, 2015, earthquake in Nepal, the US Government response, and how you can help.
Nepal: 13 Years On, No Justice for Conflict Victims
Nepal has made no real progress on questions of justice, truth, and reparations for victims of gross human rights violations and abuses during its 10-year conflict, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch (HRW), and TRIAL International said today.
Nepal: New NGO Law Should Protect Rights
(New York) – The government of Nepal should ensure that forthcoming legislation to regulate social organizations protects the right to freedom of association.
Why thousands of people are leaving Nepal
Thousands of Nepalis lost their homes in the earthquake in April, but now men have to choose whether to stay and rebuild or go abroad where they can earn more money.
Collapsing Buildings Were The Most Dangerous Part Of The Nepal Earthquake
In a poor country that’s rapidly urbanizing, earthquake readiness isn’t a high priority, but Nepal’s two temblors shows why it’s necessary. What can other cities and countries learn from how Nepal’s buildings fared in the quakes?
Nepal Earthquake: Is Bishnu OK? How Can We Help?
I joined the world in shock and sadness this morning at the news of the devastating earthquake in Nepal . My thoughts and prayers are with all of the people suffering directly and indirectly, and t…
Learn More About Traveling To Nepal With CHOICE Humanitarian And Me
I am so excited! Fresh off my Rotary trip to Ethiopia for polio immunizations, I’m now looking forward to my service expedition with CHOICE Humanitarian to Nepal in February. Here’s the news: you can join me. I hope you will! Wade Alexander, who recently returned from Kenya himself, is the expedition leader for CHOICE. He …
Why India should emulate Nepal's initiatives on child-friendly governance
Why India should emulate Nepal's initiatives on child-friendly governance - Children living in urban poverty are not only deprived of affordable housing but also basic services such as electricity, safe water, paved roads, public space as well as schools and healthcare facilities. These children are exposed to multiple risks in cities: polluted air, dirty water, traffic accidents, lack of sanitation, inadequate nutritional intake and garbage dumps…
What Would It Take to Make Nepal the Next Great Ski Destination?