More than 8500 people died in the two major earthquakes which hit Nepal in the past four weeks. The UN estimates almost three million people are still living in the open. For Nepalis in poor, remote mountain villages the challenge of rebuilding their homes, and their lives, is immense.
For Our World on BBC World News, Yalda Hakim has travelled to Nepal, after both major quakes, to meet survivors struggling to salvage what they can in the aftermath of this devastating disaster.
This episode of Our World airs on Saturday, 23 May at 13.30 on BBC World News, channel 400. It repeats on Sunday, 24 May at 19:30.