It has been more than a month since the series of disastrous earthquakes struck Nepal. The scale of damage was so big that the relief work had to face a lot of difficulty, though it was done extensively across the affected places.
People in large numbers extended their support to the victims in every possible manner. Not only countries, but there were organisations who did a remarkable job in executing the relief work meticulously.
One such organisation is MSF ( Médecins Sans Frontières or Doctors Without Borders in English), and the doctors who work for it did an outstanding job in the relief work. These pictures show some extraordinary efforts put in by ordinary people.
MSF Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) staff discuss sending out a mobile medical time from the tent hospital at Chepchaat in Dhading District.
An MSF medical team conduct a mobile clinic at Kuni village in Dhading District.
Tons of corrugated roofing provided by MSF are loaded into a helicopter at Kathmandu airport.
Urpa Tamang, 80 years old, is evacuated from an MSF tented health centre in Chapchet, to the district hospital in Dhading.
Maila Gurung, 26, is assisted off of a helicopter when returned home to Diol village, Gorkha District, Maila had been evacuated to the MSF hospital in Arughat Bazaar where his broken leg was treated.
An MSF medical team departs the helicopter to run a mobile clinic at Kuni village in Dhading District.
An MSF medical team arrives to conduct a mobile clinic at Kuni village in Dhading District.
An aerial overview of Chuchepati camp where Nepali people displaced from their homes by earthquakes are taking shelter in Kathmandu.
We hope that more such heroic efforts help in normalising the situation in Nepal.
All image source: Brian Sokol / Médecins sans Frontières