On April 25 an earthquake with of 7.8 magnitude and a depth of 1.2 miles, hit Nepal near the capital city of Kathmandu. Thousands have died as a direct result, and numbers are expected to rise within the coming days. The situation is still unclear in remote areas, which remain cut off or hard to access. The government has reported that a total of 30 districts have been affected in the Western and Central Regions, including Kathmandu Valley districts. Tremors have also caused damage outside Nepal. In India, there have been some casualties people who survived still needs help and you can help save people just by donation as much as £1 today.