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Rebuilding at 3,880 metres

A man shares about the devastating effects of the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal on his family and community, and about how they're rebuilding today.

Equipping women to create new hope

OM Nepal hosts a jewellery-making training for women from Langtang, whose homes were destroyed by landslides caused by the earthquake in April 2015.

I have nothing

An AIDSLink Nepal staff member ministers to a woman living with HIV and encourages her to see that it is not a death sentence.

Restoration in Langtang

A team helps families rebuild the village of Langtang, destroyed by a landslide caused by the earthquake.

'We haven't eaten in three days'

An OM worker in Nepal describes how the gasoline shortage in the country is affecting hundreds of thousands of people in drastic ways.

Help for the fearful

A young Nepalese boy's earthquake experience and how a Kids Trauma Camp hosted by OM Nepal helped him.

You are not alone

OM Nepal workers and volunteers host a trauma counselling camp after the recent earthquakes for about 150 students at a school in Kathmandu.

Life to the full

“I have been so humbled with the Nepalese people’s ability to survive on virtually nothing,” says a volunteer after visiting homes damaged by the earthquake.

Struggling with fear, maintaining hope

One volunteer with OM Nepal shares how the recent earthquakes have changed more than just the physical lives of the people.

‘See how the Christians love us!’

“People were believing,” said one OM worker ministering to suffering and traumatised villagers after the earthquake. “[God] was showing His glory. I saw His glory.”

Life changed eternally in earthquake aftermath

The earthquake has caused great mourning in Nepal, says one worker, “but when we see God’s work we’re able to be excited.”

OM responds to physical and spiritual needs in Nepal

With over 100 workers on the ground, OM partners with Nepali churches to respond to the massive need resulting from the earthquake on 25 April.

Building churches to reach Tibetans

OM Nepal organises a church-plant training for local churches in a part of the country where the majority Tibetans are unreached with the Gospel.

Raising up a generation of missionaries

A group of OM Nepal students share the Gospel and distribute literature in a least-reached district for three weeks.

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