I arrived in Nepal on May 27th, 2016, one year, one month and two days after a massive earthquake shook the small country. Upon my arrival to this country that would become very close to my heart, I quickly noticed how slowly the recovery process was going. It wasn’t going slowly because the people of Nepal weren’t working hard to recover. They were and they still are. The recovery process was slow moving because of an unstable and corrupt government and therefore a lack of proper resources to aid in the recovery.