Непал: спустя 4 месяца после катастрофы

Четыре месяца назад Непал пострадал от землетрясения магнитудой 7,8. Катастрофа уничтожила бесчисленное множество домов, больниц и школ, сровняла с землей целые районы. Погибли 8800 человек.

Сейчас в стране идет сезон муссонов, и жизнь по-прежнему очень тяжела. Во многих районах ожидаются месяцы суровых дождей, наводнений и селей. Отдаленные деревни могут быть отрезаны от внешнего мира. Десяткам тысяч семей, чьи дома были разрушены в результате землетрясения, понадобится временное жилье. В гуманитарной помощи нуждаются порядка 2,8 миллиона человек. Школы, дороги и больницы разрушены. Более миллиона людей страдают от голода.

Aug. 6, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A woman walks into the gate of Seto Machindranath Temple even through the wall around the temple collapsed in the Nepal Earthquake. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)
Aug. 6, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - Men who sell cotton candy, inflatable toys and papaya wait for customers behind Durbar Square. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 6, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - Laborers recycle bricks from a house in Kathmandu that was destroyed in the Nepal Earthquake. The Nepal Earthquake killed more than 9,000 people and injured more than 23,000. It had a magnitude of 7.8. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 5, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A woman makes lunch for her and her child in their tent in a large Internal Displaced Person (IDP) Camp in the center of Kathmandu. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 5, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - The large Internal Displaced Person (IDP) Camp in the center of Kathmandu. The camp is next to one the most expensive international hotels in Kathmandu. More than 7,100 people displaced by the Nepal earthquake in April live in 1,800 tents spread across the space of three football fields. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 5, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - CHANDRA MAYA SUNAR, 57 years old, breathes through an oxygen mask in her tent in a large Internal Displaced Person (IDP) Camp in the center of Kathmandu. She came to Kathmandu with her family from Sindupalchok after the earthquake. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 4, 2015 - Khokana, Nepal - A farmer walks up a dirt road. He had been working in his rice fields. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 4, 2015 - Bungamati, Central Region, Nepal - A boy walks past buildings covered in tarps that were damaged in the earthquake in Bungamati, a village about an hour from Kathmandu. Three months after the earthquake many families still live in tents and temporary shelters scattered around the village. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 3, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A boy and girl study in a temporary school. Parts of her existing school were damaged in the earthquake and officials are afraid to use the existing structure, so they have set up a temporary school made of woven matting. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 3, 2015 - Sankhu, Central Region, Nepal - A laborer hauls corrugated metal used as roofing to a work site where he will rebuild a home destroyed in the earthquake in Sankhu, a community about 90 minutes from central Kathmandu. The home was damaged in the earthquake and the owners hope to rebuild on the site but first half to take down what's left of the existing home. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 3, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A Hindu woman prays on the banks of the Bagmati River at Pashupatinath, a complex of important Hindu temples. The Bagmati River runs through the complex. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 3, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - Hindu women make a pilgrimage and pray on the banks of the Bagmati River at Pashupatinath, a complex of important Hindu temples. The river bank is lined with cremation ghats. Many Hindus, from both Nepal and India, make pilgrimages to Pashupatinath. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 2, 2015 - Bhaktapur, Nepal - A student at Sharada Higher Secondary School in Bhaktapur studies in a temporary classroom made out of woven mats before an exam. About half of the school was destroyed in the earthquake that struck in April 2015. The school is being rebuilt by the staff in their spare time. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 2, 2015 - Bhaktapur, Central Region, Nepal - A woman in Bhaktapur walks past a crew removing debris from the earthquake. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 2, 2015 - Bhaktapur, Central Region, Nepal - A woman digs up dirt for her temporary shelter in a small Internal Displaced Person (IDP) camp. The Nepal Earthquake on April 25, 2015 killed more than 9,000 people and injured more than 23,000. It had a magnitude of 7.8. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 1, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - Durbar Square is the ancient capitol of Nepal and the center of the tourist industry. Durbar Square was badly damaged in the 2015 Nepal Earthquake but has been reopened to tourists. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

Aug. 1, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A young boy washes his face with water from a public well in a community near Durbar Square. Many homes in the area don't have domestic water and people still go to wells for their water. The earthquake in April, 2015, badly damaged infrastructure, including the water system, in this part of town. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

July 31, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - Workers recover bricks from Swayambhunath, also known as the Monkey Temple. Geophysicists and other experts had warned for decades that Nepal was vulnerable to a deadly earthquake, particularly because of its geology, urbanization, and architecture. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

July 31, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A laborer carries brick down the hill from Swayambhunath, also known as the Monkey Temple. It's a complex of Buddhist and Hindu temples in Kathmandu. It was heavily damaged in the Nepal Earthquake. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

July 31, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - An overview of Kathmandu, Nepal as seen from Swayambhunath Stupa, a large Buddhist stupa in Kathmandu. Parts of the stupa were badly damaged in the Nepal earthquake of 2015 but it is still open for religious devotees and tourists. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

July 31, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - A Tibetan Buddhist nun spins prayer wheels at Bodhnath Stupa. Bodhnath Stupa in the Bouda section of Kathmandu is one of the most revered and oldest Buddhist stupas in Nepal. The area has emerged as the center of the Tibetan refugee community in Kathmandu. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)

July 31, 2015 - Kathmandu, Nepal - People pray over butter lamps during the full moon processions at Bodhnath Stupa. On full moon nights thousands of Nepali and Tibetan Buddhists come to the stupa and participate in processions around the stupa. The stupa was heavily damaged in the earthquake and people are no longer allowed to climb on the stupa. They now walk around the base and pray with butter lamps. (Credit Image: ZUMAPRESS.com/Global Look Press)