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Video: Caring for injured victims of Nepal earthquake

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Nepal
Earthquake victim Romila during a physiotherapy session. Nepal.

© B. Blondel / Handicap International

Just hours after the Nepal earthquake struck, Handicap International teams were helping the injured in Kathmandu hospitals. In the days following the disaster, our response expanded to reach the injured and disabled near the earthquake's epicentre.

Date published: 19/05/15

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