May 25, 2015

Caritas reaches 100,000 one month after Nepal quake

By |25 May 2015|

Caritas has reached 100,000 people (21,000 households) with aid in the last four weeks since a major earthquake hit Nepal.

Caritas health workers overcome loss through service

By |25 May 2015|

Ganga Pathak and Rewati Thapa are health workers supporting the Caritas Nepal earthquake relief efforts. They continue their service to humanity in the face of personal loss.

Second major earthquake hits Nepal

By |12 May 2015|

Nepal was rocked by a strong earthquake today, two weeks after a massive quake hit the Asian country. Caritas teams are looking to respond.

Caritas reaches families of Nepalese migrant workers

By |11 May 2015|

Caritas reaches remote villages in Nepal were a third of the population have families living abroad as migrant workers.

Remote areas in Nepal still need aid

By |9 May 2015|

Caritas teams travelling through Sindhupalchok from Kathmandu up to the Tibetan border to identify the needs of the people find horrific levels of destruction and people still needing help.

Caritas reaches 30,000 earthquake survivors in Nepal

By |6 May 2015|

Caritas Nepal has reached 30,000 people with much needed shelter, water and hygiene kits in seven of the most affected districts over the next two months.

Voices from Nepal

By |6 May 2015|

"My wife and two sons, 10 years and 18 months old, were in the apartment on the second floor. I've never had such a terrible experience in my house. I'll never forget it."

Nepal earthquake survivors: own tarpaulin a luxury

By |5 May 2015|

Caritas workers reach Marchugaun near Gorkha where most people are sharing three communal tents after the earthquake in Nepal destroyed homes.

Shelter supplies reach rural Nepal

By |4 May 2015|

80 houses have been destroyed in the hamlet of Panchkhal in Karve in Nepal. Caritas has distributed tarpaulins for 1150 households in the area as shelter still remains the most urgent priority.

Aid gets to devastated village in Nepal

By |3 May 2015|

90 percent of Chautara in Sindhupalchowk in Nepal has been destroyed. Caritas has been there delivering aid.

Nepal grieves for its lost loved ones

By |1 May 2015|

It took one minute to shatter Ramjandra’s life. The minute was 11:56 on Saturday 25 April 2015. It was the minute when the biggest earthquake for 92 years hit Nepal.

Devastation revealed in rural Nepal

By |1 May 2015|

Caritas aid missions are reporting that villages in remote areas of Nepal have been utterly devastated by the earthquake. Villages close to the epicentre are 60 percent destroyed with people in urgent need of shelter.

April 28, 2015

Caritas looking to expand aid in Nepal

By |28 April 2015|

Most of the Caritas relief efforts have been based in Kathmandu, because of the great difficulty in accessing areas outside of the city. Over the next few days, Caritas aims to reach these areas outside of the city by mobilising its strong Church network.

Heartbreaking scenes in Nepal

By |27 April 2015|

Lilian Chan, Caritas Australia Online Editor, was working in Kathmandu when the earthquake struck. She shares her experience of being thrown into a major humanitarian emergency.

Urgent need for shelter in quake-hit Nepal

By |27 April 2015|

Vast tent cities have sprung up in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, for people displaced by a major earthquake at the weekend as strong aftershocks continue. Caritas Nepal has been providing tarpaulins to offer protection from the rain and cold temperatures.