Nepal is no stranger to challenges. Yet this current situation is unprecedented. 28 million people are now facing a severe nationwide humanitarian crisis.
The rainy season has come and gone and as winter sets in, government inaction and the Indian block-aid means two million people are still homeless or living in a makeshift shelter seven months after the earthquake. PFCF supporters, students and teachers came to an earthquake damaged village known as Khoriya to build and provide shelter for as many desperate people as possible.
So far we have finished building homes for 18 families. We deeply appreciate everyone involved in this massive effort. And a very special thanks goes out to the Maurie Stang family, Trans-Tasman Business Circle, and PFCF for bringing such compassion to their world.