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Thanks to millions of UNICEF’s supporters around the world, children are rebuilding their lives one year after Nepal Earthquake.Orlando Bloom, Actor and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador

As of 6 April, 2016, UNICEF received HK$920 million as of 6 April, 2016 thanks to generous contribution from a number of governments, multilateral and private donors. By making use of these donations, UNICEF supported a number of live-saving activities across the areas of health; nutrition; water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); education; child protection; and social protection.

One year after the earthquakes of magnitude 7.8 struck Nepal on 25 April,
UNICEF helped



179,300 children benefitted from 1,793 Temporary Learning Centres (TLCs) established with UNICEF support


537,081 children aged 6-59 months vaccinated for Measles, Rubella and Polio



1,324,969 people have been reached with emergency and longer-term water supply interventions, including water trucking to camps, distribution of water kits and containers and water treatment products

Child protection

Child Protection

1,851 people (850 children, 1,001 adults) have been intercepted from trafficking since the earthquake and provided with temporary shelter, psychosocial support services, clothing, and health and safety awareness


Provide measles vaccines

to protect 100 children from this killer disease


nutrition treatment

Provide 1 month of nutrition treatment for a child



To learn UNICEF’s work in Nepal throughout the year,
read UNICEF’s latest report “One Year Later, Moving On”



Read more about UNICEF’s work in Nepal Earthquake or emergencies worldwide