On April 2015, a massive earthquake wreaked havoc on the delicate infrastructure of Nepal, and the local population. After the disaster, NGOs from all around the world started rebuilding. From repairing trails and helping the wounded to re-restoring access to clean drinking water.Access local information in the aftermath of an earthquakeHomes were destroyed and families were forced to survive in volatile conditions. Some villages were inaccessible due to trails and roads being destroyed. Rebuilding the infrastructure continues to be a difficult task, especially considering the unique and vast environment of Nepal’s mountainside.Rocks are essential raw materials used in road construction. Transportation from the source to the site however is a tough task, made more difficult with damaged roads. Communities living in Ghairung, Gorkha took part in a cash-for-work scheme to help rebuild a 5km trail that connects two villages. In these villages, a health center and a local market were made accessible for 1,140 households. How do you acquire local information about such a large-scale natural disaster?