Nepalese children talk about life after earthquakes
29 July 2015 Last updated at 07:01 BST
Over 1,800 children have been asked about what their lives are like now in Nepal in south Asia after two devastating earthquakes hit there three months ago.
They spoke to a number of charities for a special report that's looking into what help they still need.
The children say their lives are very difficult.
They say they need better shelters to live in, more schools and play areas, and they still need more clean water and medical supplies.