Relief and support for Nepal's Earthquake Survivors

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Relief and support for Nepal's Earthquake Survivors

From Soni Gurung

Funds raised has been used to provide relief to the earthquake survivors. YTS is now aiming to help people become independent by providing skilled workshops, opportunities, to rebuilding homes and lives in the long run.

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Update #23

almost 6 years ago

Rebuilding Begins!
Sancha Maya Tamang, who lost her husband 7 years ago also lost her home and watermill to the devastating earthquake of April 25th, 2015. Her only source of income was what she earned from the watermill which is no more running. Her only son who was working as a bus conducter for years had manage to get a driving licence recently and she was hopeful that her son will help her raise his small sister, but unfortunately he had an accident and currently he is under policy custody in charges of accidental homicide.
When we heard about the news of need of shelter and food in Godawari, we thought - 'Godawari has access to every sort of resources - someone must be exaggerating the condition there' but when we reached there to verify the information we were taken aback by what we saw. After walking for 40 minutes uphill, you will reach Sancha Maya's home (picture 4) and when we reached we saw that her home is down to the ground. After hearing her story we instantly decided to help her in anyways we can.
We will help her with rebuilding her home and restoring her watermill so that she will have a source of income to support her family.
Today our team delivered 3 bundles of Jasta Pata, 1 sack of Cement and Adequate Sand and Nails for reconstruction. We have also talked with the local blacksmith to repair her watermill. We will pay for the labors for reconstruction and restoring of her watermill.
This is a beginning.

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The devastating Earthquake 'mahabhukampa' of 7.9 rector scale on 25th of April brought Nepal to the ground with more than 7,500 lives lost already and hundreds thought to be buried or trapped under the wreckage and debris of the fallen buildings and monuments. 

Heres my YTS fund account for a direct donation since card charges are high on this website. 

Name: Nepal Relief

Sort code: 30-67-53

acc number: 26177260

Please ref: NEPAL RELIEF. YOUR NAME.

 I'm raising money on behalf of YOUTH THINKERS SOCIETY (NGO) in Nepal. The funds raised will be used to provide emergency relief to the victims in most affected areas of Nepal. All donations will go to YOUTH THINKERS SOCIETY COLLECTIVELY. 

Https://www.facebook.com/ytsnepal

So far since day one, we distributed around 3000 masks and 90 kg of Noodles along with Mineral waters in different areas in Kathmandu Valley.We conducted medical camps in Different areas of Khokana, Laitpur. All together, 4 Doctors, 8 Nurses, and 23 Volunteers were in the team which conducted one Medical Base Camp and two other mobile medical camps for victims who couldn't come to our Med Base Camp on their own.400+ people from 100+ families benefited from the camps. We provided health check up and medicines along with surgical masks, and biscuits. 3 Medical Camps were conducted in Chymasingh and Golmati- 7, Bhaktapur. Three medical teams consisting of Doctors, Nurses and Volunteers provided health check up services along with Medicine, Masks and Sanitary items distribution. All together, 400+ people benefited from health service camps and 1000+ masks were distributed. We are trying to launch a campaign to distribute disinfectants liquids and powders that can be used to improve the conditions of the toilets and washrooms. I have invested all the money I had except few hundred bucks. We are trying to raise funds to support the affected people, If you haven't donated yet then please do it now.

Let's work together for Nepal. Praying alone won't help, we need to get out to go help people in need.Jai Nepal!

For more information: http://ytsnepal.org 

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #24

Rebuilding Begins!
Sancha Maya Tamang, who lost her husband 7 years ago also lost her home and watermill to the devastating earthquake of April 25th, 2015. Her only source of income was what she earned from the watermill which is no more running. Her only son who was working as a bus conducter for years had manage to get a driving licence recently and she was hopeful that her son will help her raise his small sister, but unfortunately he had an accident and currently he is under policy custody in charges of accidental homicide.
When we heard about the news of need of shelter and food in Godawari, we thought - 'Godawari has access to every sort of resources - someone must be exaggerating the condition there' but when we reached there to verify the information we were taken aback by what we saw. After walking for 40 minutes uphill, you will reach Sancha Maya's home (picture 4) and when we reached we saw that her home is down to the ground. After hearing her story we instantly decided to help her in anyways we can.
We will help her with rebuilding her home and restoring her watermill so that she will have a source of income to support her family.
Today our team delivered 3 bundles of Jasta Pata, 1 sack of Cement and Adequate Sand and Nails for reconstruction. We have also talked with the local blacksmith to repair her watermill. We will pay for the labors for reconstruction and restoring of her watermill.
This is a beginning.

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #23

Updates!
Today we sent Food Supplies, Sanitary items and Medical packages to different places in Dhading, Kavre and Gorkha for 331families.
We have been sending Food packages which includes, Rice, Daal, Oil, Sugar, Salt, Soya Nuggets and Bitten Rice. In addition to this we also sent 150 Tarps to the affected families.
Supplies for Gorkha was sponsored by Sahayeta Nepal.
Youth Thinkers’ Society expresses heartfelt gratitude to Sahayeta.org for their generous donation of NPR 2,60,000/-. You have provided us with the financial and moral support to continue our mission of restoring and reintegrating the people affected by the earthquake.
Supplies for Kavre was sponsored by CAN-USA. We are very grateful towards our benevolent donors for all the support they have rendered in helping the affected families. CAN-USA provided us relief supplies worth $2000.
Funds Received-
Yeti Nepali Association UK- 1,00,000/-
Janav J Shah, Rahul Shah, Vivek Parmar, Akshaya R, Nirvaan Jain, Shahil Parmar and Sanu Jain- 18,500 INR
Thank you for supporting this noble cause.
Expenses for today-
8000 for Transportation to Kavre
9000 for Scouting teams- Kavre, Gorkha, Dhading and Rasuwa
1200 for Volunteer Lunch
1000 for packing bags
(Bills will be updated tomorrow).

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #21

Sikharambotey VDC, Kavrepalanchwok!!
Out of three teams that left Kathmandu today to distribute relief materials, only Team from Kavre got back in time after successfully conducting the distribution camp.
Sikharambote VDC in Kavre was in dearth of food commodities and sanitary supplies. A team of four members were tasked with the responsibility of surveying that area; the report provided showed that no relief supplies had yet reached that particular VDC. YTS conveyed this data to CAN-USA and by their virtue, we managed to get the required supplies for 152 families. The focal contact person for that VDC was Mr. Kumar Lama, a native of Kavre. Having lost his house to the quake, he narrated the story of his village in the 68 KM ride from Kathmandu till Sikharambote. He was a great asset to our team of six volunteers as he efficiently helped us distribute sustenance and sanitary supplies to each household. Food commodities were provided keeping in mind the significance of balanced diet to withstand the physical and mental stress the affected people are going through. Carbohydrates, proteins and other nutrients in the form of rice, lentils, beaten rice, soya nuggets, salt, sugar and oil was delivered to each household. Energy supplements such as Oral Rehydration Salts and Glucose were liberally distributed keeping in mind the importance of maintaining fluid balance for a healthy lifestyle.
We felt a strong sense of community-hood in Sikharambote- a culture of sharing and caring in its truest sense. We had 80 tents in total which was far less than the number of households requiring it; our apprehensions were removed by the locals when the consensus held that two families would share one tent. The residents were extremely cooperative and enthusiastically participated in our interactive-awareness program regarding basic hygiene and sanitation. Phenyl, water-purifier tablets, masks and garbage bags were distributed to them after teaching them the ways they can use it.
As we left for Kathmandu, all of us were adorned with Khadas and a sense of fulfillment that could only be achieved by helping the needy.
We express our sincere gratitude to CAN-USA for funding our relief distribution program.

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almost 6 years ago

Update #20

Updates!
Bungmati Cleaning Campaign!
Our crusade to spread awareness about importance of sanitation and hygiene in Bungmati, Lalitpur.
We are proud of our Volunteers.
Thank you for coming forward to be part of the Change. We will reconstruct and rebuild better Nepal together.

Thank you for supporting our effort to help the Earthquake affected families.
Expenses 2015/05/16-17
3000*2= Drinking Water
3500*3= Mirco Bus Hire for 3 Occasion
4170= Medicines+ Bhaktapur Medical Camps.
Scouting expenses of Bhotang, Semjong, Chainpur, Kavre, Nuwakot and Lalitpur= 3130+500+500
Tarps= 77*1150= 88550

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #19

Update- I (Darauney Pokhari, Dapcha, Kavre)
Relief Supplies and Medical Camp for 96 Families!!
We traveled to Kavre today with a team mixed of Medical Professionals, Social Science Students and Volunteers from diverse backgrounds. We conducted General Medical camps and also special postpartum health checks up for new Mothers and their Babies.
We distributed Hygienic food supplies, Baby foods and Special pack for Pregnant and lactating mothers. In addition, sanitary kits, medical supplies and water purifiers were provided to all 96 families.
We express our sincere gratitude to America Nepal Medical Foundation for supporting us in our effort to help the Earthquake affected families in Dapcha, Kavre.
Purchase bills-
for both Kavre and Nuwakot (Including the transportation charges).
Dropbox link- ( https://goo.gl/Wo1vbU )
Thank you for supporting and contributing in our effort to help the Earthquake affected families.
‪#‎TogetherforNepal‬ and ‪#‎TogetherWeCan‬
— with Kumar Samp and 2 others.

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almost 6 years ago

Update #18

Update- II (Kagati Gau, Okharpauwa VDC, Nuwakot)
We visited Nuwakot with the mission to help 156 families in need of relief supplies and sanitation materials. The journey was long and hard due to the unpredictable road condition but, we managed to reach the place. On our arrival, we were greeted with warm smile and eager looking folks.
We distributed Hygienic food supplies, Baby foods and Special pack for Pregnant and lactating mothers. In addition, sanitary kits, medical supplies and water purifiers were provided to all 156 families.
We express our sincere gratitude to America Nepal Medical Foundation for supporting us in our effort to help the Earthquake affected families in Kagati Gau, Nuwakot.
Purchase bills-
for both Kavre and Nuwakot (Including the transportation charges).
Dropbox link- ( https://goo.gl/Wo1vbU )
Thank you for supporting and contributing in our effort to help the Earthquake affected families.
‪#‎TogetherforNepal‬ and ‪#‎TogetherWeCan‬

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almost 6 years ago

Update #17

Two teams will travel to Darauney Pokhari, Kavre and Upper Kagati, Nuwakot with Tarpaulins, Food supplies and Sanitary supplies for 246 Families. We will also be sending Medical teams to conduct mobile medical camps in both of the Districts. Based on the Scouting assesment and data collected we are sending a special medical team to provide postpartum health checks up to new Mothers and their children (as per the data there are 18 new mothers). Further a general medical team will conduct health camps in both the area.
(We are sending relief materials after our scouts verified the information about the need and further collected data and established coordination with the locals).
11 Teams are out of Kathmandu Valley collecting data, doing need assesment, and verifying information recieved. If you are a Volunteer group or organisation working in helping the earthquake affected families and want us to verify information and do the need assesment then please contact us. We will help you.
Expenses:-
Transportation- 300+4000+545+200+505
(This includes Mirco Bus Hire inside the valley and Fuel expenses of Scouts going out of Kathmandu Valley).
7000- Food Supplies
3000- Water Tankers
1780- Scouting Expenses of Volunteers who had to spend a day or more outside of Kathmandu.
1080+1400+510+400- Packing bags for relief materials.
1960- Lifebuoy Soap
Today's bills - ( https://www.dropbox.com/…/w17ozz…/AAAcX0LILewuHeduattDNJEFa… )
Contributions-
10,000 Nepalese Rupees- USA
Thank you for supporting us and contributing in helping the earthquake affected families.
‪#‎Togetherwecan‬ and ‪#‎Togetherwewill‬

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #16

Our team distributed drinking water in Khokana and Bungmati area today.
28,000 litres (4 Tanks) water along with Acquatabs(Water purifiers) were provided.
Daily 4 Tanks water will be distributed to these area for a week at least. There is acute water shortage in these parts of Lalitpur.
Our team will also distribute Food, medical and sanitary supplies from tomorrow in these places.
40 volunteers are conducting cleaning campaign in Bungmati and Khokana from Saturday. We are in need of Sanitary supplies for this purpose. If ayone is willing to support this cause in kind or in cash then please contact us.
Expenses!
3000 for Water (5th Picture - as we couldn't get the bills we have posted a picture).

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almost 6 years ago

Update #15

Water supplies in Khokana and Bungmati, Lalitpur-
After our Socuting team reported acute shortage of water in Bungmati and Khokana Area- We have made arrangements for Water Tankers to distribute water in these areas for at least a week. Starting tomorrow, at least 28,000 Liters water will be distributed everyday in these areas. Also we will be distributing Acquatabs (Water Purifier Chlorine Tablets) along with the Water.
Mobile Medical Camps, Medical and Sanitary Supplies, + Tomorrow-
1)Medical Supplies, Water Purifiers (for at least 50,000 Liters Water), Sanitary Items and Masks were provided to Army Camp- Bahini Marg and it's adjoing areas today.
2) Medical Supplies, Tarpaulins (11), Water Purifer Tabs (for 10,000 Liters), Mosquito Repellent Gel, Nets and Sanitary items were sent to Dolakha.
3) Medical and Sanitary Supplies were handed over to Galko Pakha Community.
4) Piyush (Water Purifiers)* 50 Bottles were provided to Rotract Club of New Road.
5) Food, Medical and Sanitary Supplies along with Tarpaulins (8) were provided to 8 families in Changu, Bhaktapur.
6)Food, Tent (1 big tent for Pregnant womans), Medical and Sanitary Supplies, Water purifiers (70 Bottle Piyush), and Blankets for 82 households were sent to Kavre, Ward- 9, Darauney Pokhari, Dapcha.
- We conducted mobile medical camps and also distributed Relief Supplies (medical) to the aformentioned areas.
- Tomorrow we will be distributing Tarpaulins, Food (Rice, Daal, Soya, Sugar, Salt, Powder Milk), Sanitary supplies etc in Lalitpur and Nuwakot.
Scouting and Data Collection-
48 Volunteers from YTS were/have been deployed to different districts and areas to collect data and verify informations beforehand. These Youths will be collecting demographic data, do need assesments, initiate local cooperation and report back to the main office after verifying the information.
Most of them are still out of Kathmandu today.
Volunteers-
We have 400+ Volunteers ready to support any releif related works. Please contact us if you need volunteers.
Expenses-
3000+6000 for Intra and Outer City Transportation Vehicle Hire.
7000 for fuel expenses of Volunteers going out of Valley for scouting and data collection.
Contribution-
ANMF- Relief Materials!
Eunice Faith- 2160 Hong Kong Dollars
Dalton Pre School, Yvonne Miller and Staff, Meena Gurung, Aahil and Aahis - £157.10
Mr. Suraj R Bista, Omaha Nebraska- $150
Thank you for letting us be your helping hands. ‪#‎Togetherwecan‬
‪#‎TogetherforNepal‬
P.S. - We will be posting pictures from today after we get them from our volunteers. We will post Dropbox link to all the bills after we receive it from our supplier.

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #14

Our Mentor Ms. Meenakshi Dahal (Child Development Expert), along with the team continued the orientation which is primarily focused to equip teachers to deal with psychological affect seen on children after a traumatic event. Principle, Pawitra Limbu and 30 epmployed teachers of Premier International School participated in the orinetation. Ms Meenakshi Dahal while addressing this specific enquiries of teachers shared amples of definite and rather technical knowledge herself. Different to the previous orientation to raise much anticipated session lead an extensive discourse on identifying and embracing children's changed behaviour and regaining their trust as a teacher after traumatic event.

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almost 6 years ago

Update #13

Yesterday we received following relief supplies from our friends from Change for a Smile in Pakistan.
(link to Facebook page https://goo.gl/qDyIIS )
Masks : 1500 (30 boxes containing 50 each)
Aquatabs : 40000 (4000 files containing 10 Each)
Mosquito Coils : 20 individual boxes (I think it contains 4-5 each)
Mosquito Repellent Lotion : 29
Mosquito Net : 6
Tent : 1
Thank you Ms. Sophia Arandia from Change for a Smile and Ms. Anjupa Kayastha for taking such noble initiative to collect relief supplies for the Earthquake affected families. Thank you to every individuals who contributed and supported the event- Reach Out for Nepal 2015.
We will send these materials to the most needed places as soon as we can.

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #12

Youth Thinkers' Society expresses its gratitude to,
Dalton Pre School,
Yvonne Miller and Staff,
Meena Gurung, Aahil and Aahis for contributing £157.10 for Earthquake Relief purpose.
This fund will be used to buy Tarpaulins and Tents. (Pictures will be posted).
‪#‎ThankYou‬

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almost 6 years ago

Update #11

Updates!!
1)Relief Supplies Collection, 2)Volunteer group mobilization for distributing collected goods, 3)Fund Raising and 4)Scouting to collect data/identify affected areas and its specific needs.
1) Relief Material Collection Center:-
We are collecting relief materials at YTS Office, Kamaladi. If you want to donate in kind then please contact us.
- Marwadi Sewa Samaj, Agarwal Bhawan- contributed medical as well as food supplies (Picture below).
(Volunteer groups who are in need of Medical Supplies and Relief Materials can come to our office, we will provide you with the needed materials)*.
2) Volunteer group mobilization for distributing collected goods-
- Euta Nepal (a group of independent volunteers)- went to Godawari, Ward no-9 to distribute relief materials.
- United Nepalese (a team of Medics and volunteers)- are going to Damaitar tomorrow to conduct medical camps.
- A small medicinal supply was sent to Helambu, Sindhupalchowk through Helambu Service Centre.
- Ama Samuha Nepal are going to Dapcha, Kavrepalanchowk tomorrow morning with medicinal and relief supplies.
(YTS is providing relief and medicinal materials (partially of fully) to the aforementioned groups).
3) Fund raising-
- Sony Gurung has been raising fund online (contribute here- https://goo.gl/DgYXfq )
-A group of Nepalese Didi Baini residing in Carterton, UK organised a fundraising event Yesterday to support the earthquake affected families in Nepal. A team comprising of- Jiwan, Goma, Sabitri, Pushpa, Shanti, Menuka Sharmila Ama and Emani cooked Nepalese cuisine for a local company workers. (Pictures below).
- Project: Rebuild 977 Nepal (https://goo.gl/u57Dgi) Conducted a fund raising event in Hong Kong, YTS was one of the beneficiary,
- Change for a Smile is conducting an event named, 'Reach out for Nepal 2015 to collect funds and supplies in Pakistan. (https://goo.gl/vgHl82 )
- Boy Bessems from The Netherlands raised funds at his Soccer Club and is trying to send it to Nepal.
THANK YOU FROM NEPAL!!
4) Scouting to collect data/identify affected areas and its specific needs.
- A team of Volunteers from YTS went to Nuwakot, Dhading and Sindhupalchowk for scouting and data collection. We are planning to send supplies to the affected areas identified by our scouts.
Other updates!
Funds-
1) 33,000- Narayani Rai (UK)
2) 5000- Shanti Limbu (Dharan)
3) 49,900- New Bedford Management Corporation
(Thank you for contributing).
Expenses-
1) 1500 for Micro Bus Hire
Visit our website www.ytsnepal.org for updates!

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Update #10

6 May.

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almost 6 years ago

Update #9

Updates- II 5th May
Relief Materials collection and packing were done today! These supplies (Medicinal, Sanitation, Hygiene, Food and Water) will be sent to Rasuwa or Nuwakot District's most affected areas.
Four of our team members are in Nuwakot today. They will contact the Local Authorities and obtain required permission and also coordinate with Local people.
We are collecting relief materials (Collection center is Youth Thinkers' Society's Office) if you want to Donate - Contact Ms. Grishma Bista or Ms. Chadani Sharma.
Expenses-
1500 for Mirco Bus Hire.
Funds received-
-8208 Hong Kong Dollar- Project 977 Rebuild Nepal Donors ( Than you Eunice Faithand the Team)-
(we are yet to collect the amount)
-29000 Nepalese Rupees - Bijay Niraula via Ramesh Sthapit.
-10,000 Nepalese Rupees- Sangeeta Thapa. Prakash Shumsher Thapa, Kritika R. Thapa.
(We have also received relief materials as donations from different Donors. We will publish the list tomorrow).

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almost 6 years ago

Update #8

Updates!!
Our Mentor Ms. Meenakshi Dahal, conducted an orientation and training program for School Teachers in Chymasingh, Bhaktapur.
42 Teachers from 14 different Schools (both Private and Public) took part in the training, where special emphasis was given on the role of Teachers in post disaster period in helping the Children (students) overcome the post disaster trauma and related problems. As schools are set to reopen (after the Directive issued by the Government to resume Schools), it is the teachers who can help these Children overcome the post traumatic effects and it is imperative that they (teachers) receive proper orientation and training as to how or which approach will be the best.
We are planning to Conduct orientation program for our Volunteers as well in coming days in the same regard. Interested people, please contact Rukesh Rai (9849949959) or Utsav Bhetu (9841969727).

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almost 6 years ago

Update #7

Today's Updates! 4thMay
Meenakshi Ma'am, who led the team of 8 Volunteers to Bhaktapur shares her experience,
"It was a wonderful day where we engaged and interacted with parents and their children together.
We went to 7 shelters in different areas of Bhaktapur and provided the Children with creative playing and educational materials. Children sang songs, made pictures, played balls, puzzles additionally there was a brief story telling session and story sharing session.
Parents were also overjoyed seeing their children enjoying. We also supported parents for positive parenting during emergencies.
We would like thank ICRI for donating educational and recreational materials for the children."
The team also distributed Surgical masks and Sanitary supplies to the affected people.
Thank you Meenakshi Ma'am and the team.
We will resume our Medical Camps from Wednesday. We will be focusing on post traumatic stress, communicable diseases, sanitation and hygiene.
Expenses -
4000 for Micro Bus Hire.
Thank you for supporting us.

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
about 6 years ago

Update #6

Today's Update!!
Medical Camp focusing on post traumatic stress, injuries and communicable disease was conducted in Palikhel, Bhaktapur today. 150+ elderly people availed medical services and in addition our Volunteers engaged in interactive awareness raising programs with the locals in regard to sanitation and hygiene. Surgical Masks were distributed to more than 700 people.
Our Mentor Ms. Meenakshi Dahal, Sarah Shrestha-Howlett and the team spent their time playing, interacting and story telling the affected children in different safety shelters and camps. We will be conducting similar Children oriented activities in days to come. We are in need of volunteers who can contribute in this regard.
Me and Kshitiz traveled to different affected areas of Kavrepalanchowk and Sindhupalchowk to conduct survey and also distribute masks. We will be conducting medical camps in these districts in days to come along with distribution of relief materials. We are looking for other organisations/teams to collaborate to make our effort more effective.
Expenses!
Medicine- 3000+4600+5740
Educational Material - 2330
Transportation- 4000+3500+1400
(Updated bills - https://www.dropbox.com/…/1xni74…/AACeW6sh1y3D2X3qS6bngWILa… )
P.S. Few bills still missing, will be uploaded within this week)
Contributions/Donations
- Alok Pokharel Dai- 20,000.
- 250 Masks - Ashutosh Aggarwal, Pratik Agrawal and Shivani Sarvpriya Mishra
- 600 Masks + 5 Water Purifier- Laxmi Thapa Magar and Family.
- A box of medicines- Reema Rigby
- Medicines- Marleymen SB Shrestha

Further plans!
We are planning to conduct medical camps and relief materials distribution out of Kathmandu Valley. However, lack of adequate funds and supplies has made it much harder to extend our support to other districts. If you are abroad and want to contribute by sending relief goods then please contact Mr. Subash Pathak (+9779801370411)- if you want to help us by donating then you can do it here online - https://fundly.com/supporting-nepal-earthquake-victims
you can also directly deposit the amount in our bank account -
01601030034973
NIBLNPKT
Account name: Youth Thinkers Society
Bank: Nepal Investment Bank
Branch: Thamel
We don't need to be Superheroes to help the ones in need - being Human is more than enough.

(Online donors names will be updated once Chewan receives the new set of donations and is used to buy relief+medical supplies for the survivors. As the fundraising page takes a week to transfer donations to the account, he is currently using the previous donations to buy current relief .)

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Soni Gurung posted a new update:
about 6 years ago

Update #5

Today's Medical Camps Bhaktapur Updates!
Two medical camps were conducted today in Jagati, Bhaktapur.
6 Doctors, 9 Nurses and 37 Volunteers participated in conducting the med camps which was successful in providing 400+ Earthquake affected victims (Mostly Children and Elderly) free medical services, medical supplies and sanitary supplies.
Expenses,
Medicines - 41000+ 2475+1401+ 4340
Micro Bus Hire- 5000
Bills- ( https://www.dropbox.com/s/14hw507vqpt…/Bills.compressed.pdf… ) p.s. - Few bills are missing and will be updated tomorrow.
Funds received-
1) Rashmi Tuladhar- $500
2) Anjupa Kayastha- $200
- Tomorrow
We will conduct a medical camp in either Lalitpur or Bhaktapur (our scouting and research team is working to find out the areas in need of immediate medical services).
Reporting time - 9:30 AM, AVM School, Manbhawan, Lalitpur.
Thank you!

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about 6 years ago

Update #4

In times of greatest grief and trouble when we are mostly concerned about surviving and reconstructing our lives, we tend to neglect one of the most precious part of us - Our Children! These are the pictures from temporary camps of Chyamasingh where our Mentor Ms. Meenakshi Dahal spent the day playing with the Children, making them feel secure and happy smile emoticon
We will be distributing creative playing toys and books in our camps area from tomorrow. If these Children are left unattended then it might make a negative impact in their development. They are the future.

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