Help For The Victims of Nepal Earthquake

Help For The Victims of Nepal Earthquake

From Nirav Prajapati

We are raising funds so that we can provide the victims of the tragic earthquake with the basic necessary items like packaged food, water , clothes , blankets , medical supplies . One of our friend is the survivor.

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Update #14

over 3 years ago

All, we've sent another $600 (total $6000) from our funds. This will be used for further aid to people in need in Nepal. We've sent all the funds from this campaign. Campaign will be ending in 2 days. I will post some more pictures and receipts as I get them. Thanks for all your help and support in making this campaign successful. Hopefully Nepal will recover soon and will become more united and stronger nation in coming months, years.

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over 3 years ago

Update #15

All, we've sent another $600 (total $6000) from our funds. This will be used for further aid to people in need in Nepal. We've sent all the funds from this campaign. Campaign will be ending in 2 days. I will post some more pictures and receipts as I get them. Thanks for all your help and support in making this campaign successful. Hopefully Nepal will recover soon and will become more united and stronger nation in coming months, years.

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over 3 years ago

Update #14

Some pictures of supplies delivered with contribution of our funds. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=455719321268570&id=450530448454124

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over 3 years ago

Update #13

Some more updates this week. We've sent additional $400 (Total $5400) from our funds to team in Nepal. Things were starting to get normal, schools, businesses started to open but unfortunately Nepal had another round of earthquakes.
We distributed some tents & mattress to villages recently. Our team with locals organized a fund raising campaign in Kathmandu.
More details pictures on our FB page - https://www.facebook.com/nepal.earthquake.victims.help.2015

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over 3 years ago

Update #12

A remote village in Dhading district, one of the worst hit areas near the earthquake epicenter. The entire village, with 700 houses had collapsed, causing 42 casualties. People were buried under their homes and hundreds were injured and airlifted to hospitals in Kathmandu. Over 4,000 people were, are, sleeping under the sky. Many cattles have died and people have lost all of their grains. No relief material had reached the village except for some thirty bags of rice dropped off by a helicopter.
Two trucks of emergency supplies were delivered by team led by "Nepal Youth Foundation". Our campaign contributed rice (600kg), lentil, flat rice ... etc.

We have also sent additional $1500 (total of $5000 till date) from our campaign.

Santosh Linkha commented on a blog post:
over 3 years ago
Hi, thanks everyone for support!! We did a great job here, we helped a lot of people. Thank you all!!

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over 3 years ago

Update #11

Today, we managed to buy plastic foam mattress and tents. We bought it for 1000m which can accommodate 1000 people. two people can sleep on 2 meter mattress for Rs. 107,000. We contributed Rs. 57,000(~$570) to the mattresses and rest was contributed by other supporters.
Our other team also came back from Dhading today. They distributed foods, which they packed themselves. The 100L of oil that we sent them will be used for children in orphanage and relief center which was organized by Nepal Youth Foundation. Tomorrow we are planning on distributing some tents and other goods to local villages.

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over 3 years ago

Update #10

There is possibility of epidemic outbreak in the village of Ramechaap .Medicines from our team worth Rs 21,000 (~210 USD)

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over 3 years ago

Update #9

Today's updates - We've sent another $1000 to our team in Nepal. For next couple of days, we will be supplying food & other items from our funds to some of the other volunteer distributions teams working in the area. Due to shortage of medicines and tents, we are struggling to get hold of it. Also, 50%-60% people has left Kathmandu already after the quake. Our goal continues to be to get hold of relief items from our funds and provide people in need as fast as possible.

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over 3 years ago

Update #8

From Team - We purchased NPR. 31000 worth of medicines (NPR. 30100 for medicines which was donated for free health camp headed by Dr. Rabindra Shameer) and we have water purifier which we could not dispatch today. Both medicines and water purifier were very hard to procure because they were out of stock. Usually they had to be ordered from other city, and water purifier usually gets reserved from factory. We waited long time to get our hands on those goods.

We also managed to collaborate with http://www.nepalyouthfoundation.org/ which is heading to upper belt of Gorkha and Sindhupalanchowk where no one has reached so far. Most likely we will not go with them because we will have to stay for day or two with them. They already started collecting resources for the relief.
We aided with rice (20x1240) 24800/-
Beaten Rice (2x1050) 2100/-
Oil (100x160) 11600/-
Salt (2x870) 1740/-
Dal (2x3550) 10650/-
The total worth 50890/-This enough for a village to survive for nearly 20 days. They are still collecting food. We will send updates on it soon. Ladies volunteers from http://jvf-nepal.org/ provided assistance with transportation as most of their volunteers already left for Gorkha. There are tons and tons of villages that still need help. All we can do it support them from here.

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over 3 years ago

Update #7

Team provided medical supplies to local doctor.

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Update #6

Today's Updates - We've sent another $1000 (total of $2500 till now) to our team Santosh(Hikikomori), Prakash & Khimanada in Kathmandu. Plan is to rent out bigger vehicle for few days, buy necessary things like food, medial supplies etc. and distribute. We may also get some paid labour to build up bigger team as timely response is key. Also some words from Santosh to motivate all of us further - "there are three categories of people. inconvenienced, affected, and devastated. i am just inconvenienced from the earthquake. I saw people were digging food from their house .. full of mud. Worst part is that those guys have only one crop in a year. relying on irrigation from rain. we should have bought more food."

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over 3 years ago

Update #5

Today's updates - Pictures taken today by Santosh, Prakash and Khimananda while distributing relief items in villages junglechhap, siribari of sindupalchowk district. They teamed up with some other locals to reach there. People are hungry, nothing to eat and they didn't have much shelter.When they reached there, they were the first team to reach. People from Junglechhap escorted to reach the village. They managed to provide tents, blankets, clothes, food and water for at least 10 days for more than 100 families of that village.

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Anar Memon commented on a blog post:
over 3 years ago
Great work guys!

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over 3 years ago

Update #4

Quick update on how team on ground in Kathmandu have utilized the funds sent from this campaign - https://fundly.com/nepal-earthquake-victims-help
Total sent so far - $1500 = 149,202 NPR (Rs.)
Using these funds and some additional local help, team have purchased
1) 300 kg of rice = Rs. 11, 000
2) 50 blanket = Rs. 30,000
3) 120 meter roll of plastic = Rs. 20,000
4) 100 tents - Rs. 60,000
5) Medical supplies
This will be distributed to people in need locally in Kathmandu and in village Sindhupalchowk. Team also faced some resistance from local authorities as we don't have any formal organization. They will hopefully able to work together with some other NGOs to get the help people need.

Dear friends and supporters, please share this campaign https://fundly.com/nepal-earthquake-victims-help with more friends, coworkers, family members. With more funds, collectively we can definitely make huge difference here.

Find more pictures and receipts of all purchases on our Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/nepal.earthquake.victims.help.2015

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Nirav Prajapati posted a new update:
over 3 years ago

Update #2

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sindhupalchowk_District -
We planning to buying 50 blankets, 50 tents - will serve 50 families. Not much help has reached in this area yet.

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Nirav Prajapati posted a new update:
over 3 years ago

Update #1

We have team of 3 people in Kathmandu so far - Santosh Linkha, Prakash Pandey and Khimananda sharma.

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