The Deanery of Nepal in the Diocese of Singapore, part of the Province of South East Asia, has issued an update, highlighting its work in supporting the victims of the April and May 2015 earthquakes that took the lives of 9,000 people; and of the remarkable growth in church numbers following the quakes.
02 February 2016
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29 October 2015
Nepal is still decades away from full recovery, nearly 100 days after an earthquake left thousands dead and many more injured and without homes
31 July 2015
Thousands of earthquake victims, many in the most-remote and hardest-hit areas in Nepal, have been given food, shelter and spiritual care, thanks to CMS Timothy (local) mission partners.
28 July 2015
Concern grows about survivors facing increased threat of human trafficking
27 May 2015
Dean of Nepal requests renewed support, prayer
13 May 2015
Church in Dhading district loses lay minister, parishioners as village is levelled by earthquake
30 April 2015
Anglican Communion churches and agencies launch appeals as response needs are assessed
28 April 2015
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