Fund for Nepal Earthquake Victim

Update posted by Sea Sid On May 12, 2015

Again earthquake of 7.3 Rector in Nepal within three weeks of Earthquake in Nepal. People are displaced form the house. Compelled to live in open place under tent. Facing lack of water, food and medicine. 

44 dead and 1000+ injured in today's earthquake so far... more houses collapsed and even more people need relief now... Nepalese, please donate as much as possible as today's shake affected more

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Update posted by Sea Sid On May 09, 2015

Cristiano Ronaldo, who has been no stranger to charitable acts throughout his career, has donated 5m to the charity Save the Children to help their aid efforts in Nepal after the earthquake which killed more than 8,000 people and injured another 20,000 last month, according to reports in France.

The French football magazine, So Foot, reports that the 30-year-old Real Madrid player made the donation having previously asked his 100m Facebook followers to support to the charity.

The Portugal striker, who scored in the 2-1 Champions League semi-final first-leg defeat at Juventus last week, is no stranger to such acts. Last year he paid for ?60,000 worth of treatments for a 10-month-old boy with cortical dysplasia. He has also worked closely with Unicef and World Vision and in 2004 he flew to Indonesia having seen a survivor from the tsunami there wearing a shirt with his name on the back.

Real Madrid face Valencia in La Liga on Saturday night before entertaining Juve in the second-leg of their last four tie on Wednesday.

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Update posted by Sea Sid On May 08, 2015

The United Nations says it has received just $22m (£14m) of the $415m it has appealed for in Nepal following the recent earthquake, and has called for aid contributions to be “dramatically ramped up”.

Jamie McGoldrick, the UN resident coordinator for Nepal, warned of a race against time to deliver relief supplies to remote areas – some of which are accessible only on foot – before the expected arrival of heavy monsoon rains next month.

Thousands have been affected by the devastating 25 April quake, and more than 7,800 killed.

“Of the requested $415m to support immediate humanitarian interventions, only $22.4m was received. This needs to be dramatically ramped up,” McGoldrick told reporters in the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu.

“The relief needs remain great and we urgently need funds to be able to continue our work.

“We need to [deliver relief] urgently, so that people have roofs over their heads and their other urgent needs are addressed before the monsoon season starts,” he said.

The 7.8-magnitude quake ripped through vast swaths of the impoverished Himalayan nation in Nepal’s deadliest disaster in 80 years. It destroyed close to 300,000 homes and injured almost 16,000 people. More than 100 were killed in India and China.

Paul Dillon, a project manager at the International Organization for Migration, urged the international community to dig deep.

“Someone has to open the tap,” he told reporters in Kathmandu on Friday. “We cannot run our responses on credit cards. Those who have offered help need to make good on their pledges.” (Source :

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keep on with the good work. God's grace


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