In 2015, Nepal was hit by two devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquakes, leaving £7.8 billions of damage across the country. Many children were left devastated without a home or school to go to. In Northern Nepal, the children of the Bakhang village were left to study in make-shift tent classrooms, which were unsafe and extremely cold. As parents became increasingly concerned about their children’s safety following the earthquake, attendance at the school dropped from 85 to 45. With very few education opportunities, it was vital that the children had a safe and equipped school to go to.