Hundreds of people moved into Kathmandu's Tundikhel after a devastating earthquake shook Nepal on Saturday, April 25.
Many of their homes were destroyed by the 7.8-magnitude quake; others were so damaged they might be unlivable now.
Children in Tent City pass the time playing soccer, or sleeping. Their parents are more focused on where the next meal will come from.
Families have set up portable stoves to cook the little food they get; aid has been slow to reach the encampment.
Life outside is beginning to return to normal. But the lives of many inside the park's walls will never be the same again.