Relief and restoration in post-earthquake Nepal

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In the three months since the powerful series of earthquakes hit Nepal, local Christians have put their faith into action, sacrificially serving their neighbors regardless of caste, religion, political affiliation or any other social factor.

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In many cases, the Church has been the only outside help some devastated communities have received.

In the hours following the quakes, Nepalese Christian churches organized by Vision Network Nepal (the DNA’s local network) collected and distributed life-saving supplies:

Supplies

Collaborating with local community leaders, they leveraged their resources to build new homes for 139 families:

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“Above all, they have been able to pray with people. In the midst of loss and trauma, people have felt the love of Jesus through his people.” -Report from Nam, a DNA partner in Asia who visited Nepal in July

They plan to build 375 new homes and roofs for two schools in the months to come. Click below for the full report, and remember that any donations given to the DNA for Nepal will be passed through to our on-the-ground partners at 100%!

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