Transparency International ranks Nepal as equally corrupt to Pakistan and Kazakhstan.
Prior to the recent earthquakes, Nepal was home to 5,463 NGOs - which have also been impacted by the earthquakes.
The crisis in Nepal might serve as an opportunity to improve corruption levels and build a more sustainable future, or might serve to worsen the conditions of an already desperate country.
The crisis, in combination with known system corruption patterns, might also destabilise the political environment and contribute to renewed violence.
Given the connection between shadow economies and global security risks, I thought the Security Risks in Nepal should be the May Survey.