The CDP Nepal Earthquake Recovery Fund will address recovery efforts that aren't fully known yet and might take years to address. Earthquakes are difficult to respond to because of challenges facing relief organizations--such as blocked roads, damaged airports and buildings tottering on collapse--that limit access and maneuverability.
All donations to this fund will support disaster recovery and relief efforts in response to the region of Nepal impacted by this earthquake.
The Red Cross is working to provide first aid, search and rescue, and support to first responders. The American Red Cross is committing an initial $300,000 to the response operation and working closely with the Nepal Red Cross and the global Red Cross network to coordinate additional support.
Donations will go to the Nepal Earthquake Children's Relief Fund will support our disaster response to this emergency
An emergency response team from the AmeriCares India office in Mumbai is headed to the impact zone and relief workers are preparing shipments of medical aid and relief supplies for survivors.
CARE's humanitarian workers on the ground in Nepal are currently assessing the situation and determining immediate needs.
Your gift today will help us provide relief to those most affected by this disaster and others around the world.
UNICEF is mobilizing an urgent response to meet the needs of children affected by today's earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal. With children accounting for half the country's population, UNICEF fears the disaster, which is reported to have already killed hundreds of people, will have a severe impact on children.
After a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal on April 25th, many are in desperate need of relief. Thankfully, our local staff are safe. Currently access to the villages is extremely difficult due to road damage. We are assessing the situation in order to bring aid to the victims who have lost so much.
Supporting the people of the Himalayan region of Nepal for 27 years by funding humanitarian programs started by Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche. The earthquake has harmed buildings and everyone must live outside under tarps. Food & water are scarce and we will continue to provide for the children, monks and nuns in the relief and rebuilding efforts.
IDRF is doing its part to quickly develop a sustainable rehabilitation program in cooperation with reliable local partner NGOs. To address the needs of these people at this critical stage, we ask your support. You can give hope to the survivors.
All donations to this fund will support disaster recovery and relief efforts in response to the region of Nepal impacted by this earthquake. We are responding with medical teams, volunteers and medical supplies.