What Matters for Households’ Recovery Trajectories Following the Gorkha Earthquake?
Farraz Theda
Member Relation and Fundraising Coordinator
May 4, 2018 . 0 min read
Duration : 3:9 | Views : 4 | Mercy Corps | May, 2018

In April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 9,000 people, destroying or badly damaging more than 800,000 homes and displacing approximately 2.8 million people. Where shocks like earthquakes cannot easily be prevented, strengthening the ability to prepare, respond and recover is critical to maintaining development gains in spite of them. To understand what mattered for recovery in the short and long-term, this study followed the same households 10 weeks, one year and two years after the Gorkha earthquake.

The video will explain what factors mattered most for short-term coping and long- term recovery in order to improve humanitarian response and design of recovery programs in the aftermath of acute disasters.

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