Roshana Manandhar (20) lives in a bus, after her home was destroyed by an earthquake on 25th May, in Nepal. Photo: Aubrey Wade/Oxfam

Tens of thousands of people have seen their homes flattened or damaged by the earthquake which hit Nepal on 25th April. Here are ten portraits of people affected by the first earthquake, alongside what remains of their homes and belongings.

Oxfam warehouse destroyed by airstrikes, in Sanaa, Yemen. Photo: Oxfam

Escalating conflict in Yemen is making a dire humanitarian situation worse. We must do all we can to push for a permanent and immediate ceasefire.

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Oxfam reaching Nepal’s most isolated in a race against the monsoon

One month on since the first earthquake hit Nepal, Oxfam is working with mountain guides and porters to deliver life saving aid to the most remote communities before the imminent monsoon hits the country. Mountain guides and porters are assisting Oxfam with its relief delivery in the Gorkha district, one of the worst hit by the earthquake.


New arrivals at Tundikhel camp for internally displaced people, Kathmandu. Photo: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam

Providing water and sanitation, and public health promotion to help communities stay safe, are key parts of Oxfam's Nepal Earthquake response. Here Genevive Estacaan explains how Oxfam is training community health volunteers in Tundikhel camp, Kathmandu.

Cars queue for fuel after Yemen airstrikes. Photo: Abo Haitham/Oxfam

It is deplorable that everybody has failed to extend what was a temporary ceasefire in Yemen. The conflict and the de facto blockade of the country has crippled its economy and put the lives of 26 million people at risk. - Grace Ommer, Oxfam Yemen Country Director