Nepal Govt. Regd. No. 1224/064, SWC Affiliation No. 22612

3,000 kg of Rice to the Earthquake-affected Villagers

In the rainy and misty morning of October 30, Sambhav Nepal gave 100 sacks of rice (each weighing 30 kg and in total 3,000 kg) to the people of Ratamate village who have been affected by the April earthquake. The village, which falls in Arupokhari VDC of Gorkha district, lies about 170 km west of Kathmandu city.

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Blankets to Earthquake-affected Students and Teachers

It’s been more than six months since the April earthquake and its consequent major aftershock and we are happy to receive two kind-hearted souls who came all the way from Sweden to help students and teachers of Gorkha district, where the earthquake had its epicenter. They distributed blankets and other stuff.

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Blankets to the Earthquake-Affected Villagers

We along with the earthquake-affected people of Ward no 6 Ratamate village at Arupokhari VDC in Gorkha district are very happy to receive aid from good-hearted Lona Nichele. She came all the way from Switzerland to Nepal to help the earthquake victims.

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7,500 kg of rice distributed in Runchet village, Gorkha


It’s been 3 months since Nepal was hit by 7.8-magnitude earthquake. Our country is gradually rising. But aid is still important. There are several earthquake-affected villages where immediate relief supplies are insufficient. And since we have entered rebuilding phase, we need donation from generous people from around the world to rebuild our houses and schools.

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1,920 aluminum sheets and 10,700 kg of rice distributed in Gorkha

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.

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9,000 kg of rice and 1,200 roofing sheets distributed

It’s been a month since Nepal was hit by 7.8-magnitude earthquake on April 25. The situation in cities is starting to get normal. But, the situation back in the villages is still terrible. Mainly in the 8 affected districts such as Gorkha, Sindhupalchok, Dolakha, Dhading, Rasuwa, Nuwakot, etc. With more than 90% of the houses collapsed or damaged, the villagers are living in temporary shelters. The food supply is inadequate. And though the fear of earthquake is already starting to subside, the fear of monsoon has appeared. The monsoon rains will surely make their condition worse as their temporary shelters aren’t that strong and landslides are more frequent in this season.

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1st Phase of Nepal Earthquake Relief Work Completed

The metal roof frame was manufactured in Kathmandu, to be assembled at the construction site
Workers erecting the wooden frame
Kaustubh Thapa, a member of the Gorkha2010 team, inspecting the foundation
The foundation is complete

On April 25, 2015, at 11:56 am, Nepal was struck by a massive earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale. Its epicenter was in Gorkha district. And on May 12, a major aftershock with magnitude 7.3 hit us again. This time the epicenter was on the east of Kathmandu near the Chinese border. The quake and its aftershocks, which are still occurring, have killed over 8,000 Nepali people, injured about 19,000 and have affected more than 8 million. They have also destroyed more than 300,000 houses, temples, old palaces, buildings of historical and cultural significance, schools, government and business offices and part of highways. The disaster was the deadliest in Nepal in almost a century.

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