The United States government, through USAID, has announced $1.37 million in support for recovery efforts following the devastating 2023 earthquake in Jajarkot, Nepal. The support, implemented through Save the Children, will help affected communities withstand the winter, recover from the destruction caused by the earthquake, and ultimately build back better. Immediately after the earthquake, USAID pivoted its existing program to provide relief supplies, water quality kits, and support for physical rehabilitation. This rapid support was provided in addition to more than $23.3 million USAID invested in disaster risk reduction and resilience in Karnali since 2019. The earthquake, which struck on November 3, 2023, claimed the lives of at least 154 people, injured hundreds, and damaged or destroyed homes and buildings in Jajarkot and Rukum West districts. This resulted in widespread displacement, disruption of essential services, and urgent needs for shelter, food, clean water, and medical care. In addition to immediate relief efforts, USAID will also focus on longer-term recovery, reconstruction, and rehabilitation work in the months ahead. Through these efforts, the goal is to support the affected communities in recovering from the earthquake and building resilience for the future.