Monday marks a year since a massive earthquake rocked Nepal. The quake killed 9,000 and destroyed almost a million homes. Since then, the country has struggled to rebuild despite $4.1 billion pledged to help the recovery.
"There's a widespread consensus in Nepal...that a year after the earthquake there's still a lot of folks who are suffering and who have seen little in assistance," said Dyar.
Non-governmental organizations have accused the Nepalese government of playing politics with relief funds. They say that has slowed progress on the recovery. Now millions face the prospect of another monsoon season without permanent shelter.
Dyar spoke to Colorado Matters' Andrea Dukakis about the relief crisis and how many Nepalese people have helped themselves despite a lack of government assistance. He expects to release the feature documentary this fall.(Photo courtesy of Ash Bernal and Nicholas Moore)