Last year, a massive earthquake struck Nepal and its capital, Kathmandu. In the aftermath of this natural calamity, humanitarians from all over the world together with the local population started rebuilding the entire country and capital. They undertook activities ranging from repairing trails, helping the wounded, providing shelter, re-restoring access to clean drinking water to helping vulnerable people who had been affected by this frightening occurrence.Nepal and Kathmandu are continuously in painNepal is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. It’s hit by numerous natural calamities every year due to its vulnerable location. As a result, lives are lost and properties destroyed. The main reason for this suffering is because the country sits above an active fault line; earthquakes of very high intensity could occur any time, any day. Because of this, humanitarian aid is an almost permanent necessity. The massive earthquake on April 25, 2015, and its aftershocks were a testimony to that fact.