Watch our film to see how your support helped hundreds of thousands of families in Nepal start to rebuild their lives after the earthquakes.Read this story
Watch our film to see how your support helped hundreds of thousands of families in Nepal start to rebuild their lives after the earthquakes.
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As part of his challenge to play 7 matches on 7 continents, David Beckham went to Kathmandu, Nepal, where he lined up alongside children whose worlds had been turned upside down by devastating earthquakes in 2015. Meet two of his Nepalese teammates.
How do you organise a football match featuring one of the most famous men on the planet, in a stadium that was almost destroyed by the Nepal earthquake just a few months earlier? Unicef UK's Kate Pattison goes behind the scenes.
Get details of a new BBC documentary following David Beckham as he played seven football matches across seven continents this year.
Vicky Maskell from Unicef UK recently came back from Nepal where she visited children affected by the two devastating earthquakes. One of the girls she met was 12-year-old Sushma. Watch her story.
Watch the story of Sumitra, 13, who has been kept safe from a life of domestic slavery and potential trafficking in the aftermath of the deadly Nepal earthquakes.
As part of his journey to play 7 games on 7 continents, David visits a Unicef-supported school in Kathmandu, Nepal, put up after the 2015 earthquake.
Tenzin, 15, had his life turned upside down when he lost his home and his family in the Nepal earthquake. Six months later he's starting to get back on track.
Children are facing more devastating wars and disasters than ever before. Protecting children from violence is life-saving, yet it isn’t prioritised.