Monday, May 4, 2015

Documenting Devastation And Resilience In Kathmandu After Nepal's Earthquake

Santosh Paudel / youthjournalism.org
Darbar High School, the oldest in Kathmandu, ruined in the earthquake.

Santosh Paudel / youthjournalism.org
A woman surrounded by a tent city in  Kathmandu makes a phone call.

Santosh Paudel / youthjournalism.org
Tents put up by Chinese volunteers help provide shelter to many people from Kathmandu who have lost their homes in the earthquake. Below, a closer view of the makeshift camp.
Santosh Paudel / youthjournalism.org

Santosh Paudel / youthjournalism.org
The earthquake ruined many homes, including this one in Kirtipur, part of the Lalitpur district in Nepal.

Subodh Baral /youthjournalism.org
Santosh Paudel in the upper part of the photo and Prakash Kandel in Tundikhel, Kathmandu, Nepal, feeling bad after the earthquake. 
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