Rising from the Rubble

After the powerful earthquake hit Jajarkot on November 3rd, 2023, Dhana Maya (40) faced various challenges. The earthquake destroyed her home and exposed her family to challenging situations, especially with winter approaching.

Habitat Nepal stepped in, providing 400 shelter kits through the contributions of tithe affiliates. These kits, designed for the community’s specific needs, gave Dhana Maya and others more than just a roof—they offered peace amid the chaos. Grateful for the support, Dhana Maya emphasized the importance of the kits for her family’s security and privacy. The collaborative efforts of various stakeholders, including Habitat Nepal, Bheri Municipality, the District Administration Office, the Armed Police Force, and the Nepal Army, showcased the community’s resilience.

Prakash, an inspector with the Nepal Armed Police Force, lauded the well-thought-out shelter kits, emphasizing their suitability for disaster scenarios. His words underscored the impact of thoughtful design on the physical and mental well-being of those in need.

Dhana Maya says, as a homemaker navigating post-earthquake challenges, shelter kits have been crucial. While we appreciate initial help, we need ongoing support to rebuild. Like these kits, your contribution is a refuge in times of need. Join us in rebuilding – your support matters.

Neta Tole’s shelter kit distribution has become a testament to the strength of communities determined to rise from the devastation in Jajarkot- Chandra Prakash, Bheri Municipality, Mayor.

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