Misery along quake-hit roads in Nepal's rural provinces

As aid starts to trickle into country areas, locals continue to suffer without power, sanitation or adequate shelter.

    Almost a week after a devastating earthquake killed thousands in Nepal, aid has started to trickle into rural areas.

    Unseasonal rain, however, is making the situation worse - washing out already overcrowded shelters and triggering fears of potential landslides.

    Locals continue to suffer without power, sanitation or adequate shelter.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from Sindupalchowk province.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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