In Nepal, rescue crews are still finding bodies as they dig through the rubble of collapsed homes and buildings following Saturday’s massive earthquake.
Aid is beginning to trickle in to the hardest hit areas - the largely rural and mountainous regions of the country that have been cut off by landslides.
In the capital of Kathmandu, people are trying to clean up and figure out what’s next. NPR’s Russell Lewis joins Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins from the capital with the latest.
This segment aired on April 29, 2015.