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MSF teams last worked in Nepal in 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic

In Nepal, MSF teams have responded to a series of natural disasters, including floods and earthquakes.

MSF teams responded on a large scale in the country following earthquakes in April and May 2015. We provided medical and mental health consultations, as well as shelter and food.

In 2020, we responded to COVID-19 by providing a 24/7 mental health hotline for people struggling with the pandemic.

Kathmandu, Nepal

6 months after the earthquake

Crisis Update 23 Oct 2015

Three months after the earthquakes, MSF reduces operations

Project Update 22 Jul 2015

In Memoriam: MSF colleagues lost in Nepal crash

Statement 12 Jun 2015

MSF helicopter crashes in Nepal

Statement 2 Jun 2015
Nepal Quake Aftermath: Mental Health

Psychological first aid helps Nepalese rebuild their lives

Project Update 1 Jun 2015
MSF Response to Nepal Earthquake

The earthquakes took Nepal by surprise, the rains should not

Crisis Update 25 May 2015
MSF Response to Nepal Earthquake

Evacuating the seriously injured from remote villages

Voices from the Field 25 May 2015
MSF Response to Nepal Earthquake

"Everyone is afraid" says head of mission

Voices from the Field 22 May 2015
Nepal Earthquake: The Arughat Inflatable Hospital, in Gorkha district, Nepal

Victims twice over - MSF continues to assist people affected by the two earthquakes

Crisis Update 19 May 2015
Second Nepal Earthquake, Kathmandu

MSF teams witness destruction and despair of the second Nepal earthquake while assessing needs in remote areas

Crisis Update 13 May 2015

Second earthquake near Kathmandhu

Crisis Update 12 May 2015

MSF starts reaching people in remote mountain regions by helicopter and on foot following the earthquake

Crisis Update 5 May 2015