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NRC-NFE Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund for CLCs
Posted On May 03, 2015
Nepal is deeply affected by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25th, 2015, as of May 2nd, there are more than 7000 dead and tens of thousands more injured and even more displaced. NRC-NFE is raising funds and mobilizing personnel to assist the Community Learning Centers (CLCs) areas most affected, we have prioritized support to four areas on the outskirts of the Kathmandu valley who have sustained the greatest damage so far:
Image - Collapsed temple of Red Machhindra Nath at Bungamati, Lalitpur
We would like to thank our first donor and long- time supporter NFUAJ who have already collected USD 16,700 towards our NRC-NFE Earthquake Relief Fund. NRC-NFE has also committed our staff along with 2,24,000 NPR towards the NRC-NFE Earthquake Relief Fund for CLCs.
We are currently surveying the damage to move forward in rebuilding not just the physical structures but also the community's health and well-being. As of now, there is need for shelter and sanitation as well as food and medical assistance, we will be updating our website as we find out more details of the specific communities' needs.
We encourage you to donate to our NRC-NFE Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund for CLCs so we can start the process of rebuilding our communities, please send your donations to our account:
NABIL BANK LIMITED, Kupondole, Lalitpur, NEPAL
SWIFT Code: NARBNPKA
Account Name: NATIONAL RESO.CENT (NFE)
Account Number: 0201017503360
Account Currency: NRS
Image - Temporary shelter for earthquake affected people at Bungamati
Thank you very much for all your well wishes and support, we are lucky to have friends from around the world willing to help in our time of need.
For any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Image - Collapsed houses at Siddhipur, Lalitpur
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