Nepal, the murky management of government resources for aid after earthquake

ROME - More than a month after the first earthquake that shook Nepal, hit by another devastating May 12 quake, the catastrophe of the small Himalayan republic has almost disappeared from the media. Yet the country is still on his knees. With many villages remain isolated, Kathmandu airport overwhelmed by the traffic generated by the aid coming in, thousands of people in need of assistance, shelter, clean water.The monsoons and questionable management of aid. And to make matters worse there ' just the threat of the arrival of the monsoon rains, but also a questionable management of the distribution of aid by local authorities. Who seem to prefer their own political interests (and economic) to the good of the people, raising accu
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