1,920 aluminum sheets and 10,700 kg of rice distributed in Gorkha
Helping the Earthquake-destroyed Schools and Villages of Gorkha
Monday, 22 June 2015 05:34
Though it’s been nearly two months since the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on April 25 and more than a month since the 7.3-magnitude major aftershock of May 12, the victims haven’t got as much help as they need. The food supply is still inadequate. There is fear of landslides in the remote areas as monsoon has just begun. The affected villagers are living in a terrible situation. And despite schools have resumed after a month-long closure, temporary classrooms haven’t been fully built.
Recently our earthquake relief team made a visit to the northern Gorkha to help the victims. The visit was made to distribute corrugated aluminum sheets to the schools destroyed by the earthquake so that they can make temporary classrooms to teach students. And also to distribute rice, one of the main foods of Nepalese people.
Sanskrit Higher Secondary School of Tandrang village in Tandrang VDC – 25 bundles
The aid we provided is still not sufficient. The victims need more help from generous people from around the world. Apart from food supplies, they need help in rebuilding their houses and rebuilding the schools where their children study. If you want to help them, please visit our Donate page .
We heartly thanks all those who supported us by raising fund for us, by donating and by giving time and efforts in this time of deep sadness and great difficulty. We wish you success and well being in life!
Sheet Distribution to School