(FOX 2) - It has been four years since a devastating earthquake hit Nepal killing 9,000 people and injuring 21,000 more.
The recovery and rebuilding process has been long, tough and it's certainly not over. The 7.8-magnitude earthquake was the worst to hit the country in 80 years,
A Detroit organization is making a big difference, helping every step of the way. Doctor Richard Keidan has an update on the relief effort.
Watch the video to learn more and to donate to the Detroit2Nepal Foundation, visit detroit2nepal.org/