After the earthquake hit Nepal in April 2015, Indra Prasad Phuyal and Dilli Ram Phyals community lost their water source. The community of around 100 people situated in the hills of the Kathmandu valley, used to get their water from a nearby natural spring which was connected to three taps in their community. The earthquake disrupted the source, leaving the tank dry. With support from the Red Cross, engineers visited the community to locate a water source and fix the system. Now the community has three working taps again.