Helping communities prepare for disasters is an important part of World Vision's work. Ajay, a former World Vision sponsored child, says earthquake preparedness training run by World Vision helped him to stay safe during the Nepal Earthquake.
When the Nepal Earthquake struck, former sponsored child Runa was hanging clothes out to dry on her roof. Minutes later, her home was one of many reduced to rubble.
13-year-old Sandhya was playing outside when the Nepal Earthquake struck - and she watched as it brought destruction to her city. Now she is staying in a tent city with her family, afraid to return home.
World Vision's Sunjali Singh shares her experience of the devastating Nepal Earthquake and it's aftermath from on the ground in Kathmandu.