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Healthcare & Opportunity in the Hidden Himalayas
 
May 27, 2015

Working Together

Ready to go.
Ready to go.

The full scale of the earthquake disaster in Nepal is slowly unfolding as the more remote areas and villages are reached. Working alone is not an option and it is essential that organisations work together to maximise the effort. The Nepal Trust is working with the Nidan Hospital and an associate group of organisations to deliver emergency help. We are also working with the Integrated Self-Help Association for Rural Development (ISARD) to reach more areas and create more collaboratve linkages. The new areas include the VDCs of Bharabise, Toutali, Pangretar, Karthali, Ghorthali, Dhuskum, Chokati, Piskar, Thumpakhal. We have recently sent:

128 greenhouse plastics for shelter and food production.

3000kg of rice.

42 tarpaulins for schools, healthposts and community centres.

For now the priority remains the urgent need to provide roofing and shelter before the onset of the monsoon. A collaborative meeting on 4 June between a number of donors in the area will plan and coordinate the long-term rehabilitation operation.

Testimonials for our work include:

'Very impressive organisational talent- I just so wish it was available everywhere. Can NT cascade their abilities/ train teams to enable others to replicate their success?'

'So glad you are persevering with aid to the remote areas. I can't imagine the horrors of this awful disaster. Hope you can keep up the good work.'

In cooperation with Nepal Mandal TV we have produced a documentary of the devestation and some of the efforts being made to alleviate the problems. See the link below.

Thank you to our supporters and to GlobalGiving for all your help. Please pass around your friends and get them involved. This is a huge problem that will take a long time to resolve. These people are resourceful and can handle much that the harsh living of the Himalayas throws at them but, this time, it is very hard!

Some of our team
Some of our team
Mother, children and wrecked home.
Mother, children and wrecked home.
No where to go!
No where to go!

Links:

Provide earthquake relief in Sindalpulchowk, Nepal

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