Nepal Earthquake: Emergency Update


Nepal Earthquake 2015

Direct Relief is mobilizing its Emergency Response Team after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal killed more than 1,200 people, with many more feared trapped under rubble. The quake struck an area between the capital, Kathmandu, and the city of Pokhara. The majority of people affected are in the valley around Kathmandu, where medical facilities are overflowing with patients seeking care.

  • One Heart World Wide
  • Possible Health
  • Doctors for You (Indian Medical Team)
  • Himalayan Health Care
  • Patan Hospital
  • Rescue Network Nepal
  • SSSCT (Indian emergency response organization)
  • Team Rubicon
  • ROWW
  • Fistula Treatment Centers in Nepal

The US Geological Survey recorded at least 12 aftershocks across the region, with additional reports of casualties in India, Bangladesh, and on Mount Everest. The government has declared states of emergency in the affected areas.

Since 2008, Direct Relief has delivered over $1,000,000 worth of medicines and supplies to its charitable healthcare provider partners in Nepal.

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