Nepalese children still struggling one month after quake

On Monday, Nepal marked one month since its devastating earthquake. The April 25 quake, followed by another powerful tremor on May 12, killed over 8,600 people and destroyed homes, temples and monuments across the country. Although schools are set to re-open this week, nearly one million children now have no school to go to. As our reporters found out, some infants are being taught in makeshift camps but many remain traumatised by the earthquakes.


Report by Marie Chemin, Rojita Adhikari, Constantin Simon and Mandakini Gahlot.

Programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Mariem Lina Fahoum.

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