Progress and Promise in Nepal, 1-Year Post-Earthquake

Progress and Promise in Nepal, 1-Year Post-Earthquake

One year ago, the first major earthquake struck Nepal. We hope this one year mark helps us remember not just the devastating earthquakes– but also the extraordinary support that rose from the rubble.

We need that energy to continue to build back better. See how Possible is doing this on our website. And while you’re there, take a look at our redesigned homepage and new creative content (infographics, word clouds, thought-pieces, and a feature in The Atlantic) that reflects on the last 365 days and also looks into the future.

To read more about Possible, click here.

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Possible a recommended charity of The Life You Can Save. Possible provides high-quality, cost-effective healthcare to some of the poorest communities in rural Nepal. A pioneer in the durable healthcare model, Possible brings together the best of private, public, and philanthropic models.

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