Nepal’s Desperate Race to Rebuild
By Peter Gill
Saddled with debt and deadlines, Nepal’s earthquake victims scramble to rebuild their homes.
Nepal: Elections at the Epicenter
By Peter Gill
Two years after major earthquakes rocked the country, a Nepali family makes a 30-hour journey to cast their ballots.
Survival in the Disaster Zone: Nepal's Arduous Recovery
By Patrick Barron and Sasiwan Chingchit
Findings from a new survey show that a year on from Nepal’s earthquake, communities are struggling to get by as reconstruction aid fails to arrive.
The Great Nepal Earthquake: One Year Later
By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
A year later, there has been little progress in rebuilding Nepal.
Rights and Reconstruction: A Year After the Big Quake, Nepal's Struggles Continue
By Aura Freeman
A year after Nepal was devastated by an earthquake, reconstruction and recovery are far from over.
Nepal and the Politics of Earthquakes
By Kunda Dixit
Plans are in place, the government knows what needs to be done, the money is there, and the survivors are waiting.
Nepal’s Lingering Anguish
By Andrew Neal
Many Nepalese are struggling to cope in temporary shelters, at risk of abduction and trafficking.
What Japan's 'Proactive Contribution to Peace' Looks Like in Nepal
By Yuki Tatsumi and Hana Rudolph
Japan's aid to Nepal has gone largely unnoticed by the international community.
Nepal’s Earthquake and International Aid
By Arjun Claire
The international response to last month’s earthquake must not undermine the role of the Nepalese government.