US$5,945.00raised of $10,000.00 goal
Rebulding School affected by the earthquake:
Shree Chandidevi Primary School - Lalitpur, Dukuchap, Bnuwar gau - 5, Nepal. Help 186 students with free education from Early Childhood Development to grade 5. The children are from an indigenous group called Danuwar. Danuwar is one of the highly marginalized, of 59 indigenous nationalities recognized by government of Nepal. - See more at: http://www.indigenousvoice.com/en/indigenous-peopl...
The students are currently studying outdoors in winter. We will also be buying uniforms and sweaters for the kids.
19 drums of 1,000 liters (264.172 gallons) each were distributed in the Sindhupalchok District, Melamchi Municipality, Ward no. 6 . Dysentery and other water born diseases has started developing in many areas. To help reduce the casualty, the drums will be used for providing clean water storage. Total cost was Rs. 209,000 ( $2,041)
30 tents for 30 families were distributed in Okhaldhunga district to provide them temporary shelters. Total cost was Rs. 60,000 ( $586)$2,400:
The BBC video was filmed in the Sindhupalchok district, 80 kilometres (50 miles) from Kathmandu where your funds have been utilized to provide food in 3 villages (Khatrithok , Matichour,Chotey dada)There were 125 family and each family was given the food. #Pathshala #Nepal #Foundation provided the transportation and staff of the school for helping us to pack it on time. (Every house had turned into rubble)
$2,000 has so far being utilized towards making 1330 Tents of which 369 of them were already provided to the victims in: Ekhidol (4hrs away from Lakhure Bhanjyang), Kavrepalanchok, Sindhupalchok and Okharpawa. Amazing job by our 33 volunteers and Nepal Army. They have successfully made over 2,100 tents.
Elizabeth and Michael Kramer with http://www.convoyofhope.org/
The Kramer family including their kids moved from Franklin, WI to Nepal almost two years ago. They are onsite distributing rice and dal with salt and oil to cook with. $1,000 can buy 30 bags of 66 lbs rice, 220 lbs of dal (lentil) and salt and oil to cook it. Watch their interview with Tom Murray on WTMJ-TV
School Project - Long Term
Location: Dukuchhap 25% of homes were completely destroyed. 20 schools affected
Thousands have died Nepal Earthquake:
Thousands have died and many trapped. Almost people have died and many still missing. The last time Nepal was hit by this size of earthquake, fatalities were more than 10,000 people In the early 1900s.
The 7.8 magnitude quake struck an area between the capital, Kathmandu, and the city of Pokhara, the US Geological Survey said.
Tremors were felt across the region, with further loss of life in India, Bangladesh, Tibet and on Mount Everest.
The government has declared a state of emergency in the affected areas.
Aftershocks are a threat. Please help us raise funds for victims of 2015 #earthquake in #Nepal. Every #dollar counts! Let’s get working on the recovery process. 96% of the donation will go directly impact families in Kathmandu. 4% is the charge for the crowdfunding
We are raising money to support the relief efforts for the aftermath of this disaster. Please support by giving as much as you can. It will go a long way and help the victims in Nepal with their basic needs including food, clothes, shelter, etc. #PrayforNepal #NepalStrong
Narendra Shrestha, European Pressphoto AgencyREUTERShttp://seen.co/event/7.8-earthquake-in-nepal.-near...
- Bay Vong
Clean water and Shelter for #Victims of #Nepal #EarthquakeUpdate posted by Bay Vong at 02:21 pm
$2,627:19 drums of 1,000 liters (264.172 gallons) each were distributed in the Sindhupalchok District, Melamchi? ?Municipality,? Ward? ?no. 6? . Dysentery and other water born diseases has started developing in many areas. To help reduce the casualty, the drums will be used for providing clean water storage. Total cost was
Rice, Dal, Tent and more for Nepal Earthquake VictimsUpdate posted by Bay Vong at 06:29 pm
FUNDS Utilization:Second $1,000:$1,000 has so far being utilized towards making 250 Tents of which 190 of them were already provided to the victims yesterday in: Ekhidol (4hrs away from Lakhure Bhanjyang), Kavrepalanchok, Sindhupalchok and Okharpawa. Amazing job by our 33 volunteers and Nepal Army. The goal is to make 500. . . . .
Distribution of Funds - Starts TomorrowUpdate posted by Bay Vong at 01:30 pm
As planned the donations will be used immedietly and directly to the victims of the Nepal Earthquake. We are distributing through various effort with two group from Nepal and Wisconsin. First $1,000: Bina Ghale (Popular Nepalese Fashion Designer and Former schoolmate of Barkha Limbu Daily in Nepal) Funds will be. . . . .
Additional $1,000 Sent to Nepal for Earthquake VictimsUpdate posted by Bay Vong at 11:35 am
HOPE for NEPAL additional $1,000 on its way to Nepal Earthquake Victims Additional $1000, worth almost Rupees One Lakh (Rs 99,690.00), has been sent making the total to $2,000 worth almost Rupees Two Lakh (Rs 199,380.00). Thank you for all the support and prayers. We need them The “HOPE for. . . . .
HOPE for NEPAL $1,000 on its way to Nepal Earthquake VictimsUpdate posted by Bay Vong at 01:48 pm
The first $1000 worth almost Rupees One Lakh (Rs 99,690.00) has been sent. Thank you for all the support. Will update you with the usage of the donation and pictures. Lets keep the monemtum going and please share the link with your friends, family and coworkers.