Nestling Trust director, Sue Hamblin returned to Nepal in April '16, a visit which coincided with the first anniversary of last year's earthquake.
BBC Wiltshire has broadcast excerpts from her diary - in it she records how she sees the effects of the earthquake now one year on; the way people are coming to terms with the devastation, the hardships and how people are coping - she includes her own thoughts and feelings. Sue was in Nepal when the earthquake hit, killing 9000 people and leaving thousands injured. Over one million homes were ruined. Since then the Nestling Trust has been working to support humanitarian aid projects as well as focusing on their original goals, to build a home for destitute children and providing healthcare and health education in remote areas.
BBC Wiltshire has continued to follow the progress, conducting a live telephone interview with Sue in Kathmandu, on the anniversary itself, 25th April '16. Excerpts from Sue's diaries following a previous visit in September/October '15 can also be found on this website.