Earthquakes in Nepal have affected the lives of more than 8 million people. The U.S. is providing shelter and helping communities rebuild.
Nepal still needs urgent assistance after it was hit by two earthquakes, and the United States is helping to provide relief. Learn how you can help too.
Three weeks after Nepal's devastating earthquake, the United States has contributed more than $27 million, including food and shelter supplies.
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U.S. commitment to Nepal earthquake relief is up to nearly $26 million, providing emergency shelter, medical supplies, safe drinking water and sanitation.
The U.S. joins the United Nations, other countries and international groups working on disaster relief in coordination with the government of Nepal.
The U.S. is working closely with the government of Nepal to provide assistance and support in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake.
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