The massive earthquake that struck Nepal in April 2015 caused over 3,000 deaths and affected the lives of millions. To support the humanitarian response, an emergency REACH team was deployed to the country following the earthquake. The deployment focused on assessing the priority needs of the affected populations, including shelter, food, health, water and sanitation needs. In August 2015, REACH was re-deployed to Nepal to support the monitoring efforts of the response of the Shelter Cluster and conduct an assessment for the Food Security Cluster.

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