It's been more than a year since a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on April 25, 2015 and left more than 8,700 people dead and another 17,000 injured. 500,000 homes and 32,000 classrooms were destroyed.
By the end of 2015, 2.8 million people were still in need of humanitarian aid.
Families today are struggling to rebuild. Fuel shortages, political issues and poor roads make it very challenging for families to get the supplies they need from aid agencies, particularly families who live in remote areas. Many families are still living in tents, and a large number of children are not going to school.
Another challenge is the widespread poverty in the country. Even before the earthquake, Nepal was one of the poorest countries in Asia. More than 1 in 4 families were living in poverty, according to the World Bank.