Nepal Earthquake 2015

Nepal Earthquake 2015

The most devastating earthquake of 7.6 on the Richter scale struck Nepal on 25th April and 6.8 Richter scale on May 12th causing widespread death, destruction and displacement of people. According to the data of Nepal Disaster Risk Reduction Portal created by the Government of Nepal, till date (May 20, 2015) 8,622 people have lost their lives and 16,808 people are injured. 3424 people died in Sin…

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Radio Message / Public Social Announcements (PSAs)

Radio Message / Public Social Announcements (PSAs)

CWISH aired PSAs related to earthquake awareness, post earthquake and child protection issues through Nepal FM, Radio Sagarmatha and local stations of 7 districts. Nepal FM (91.8 MHz), in Kathmandu valley plays the PSA 20 – 30 times per day. The same PSA is also aired through Prime FM 104.5 MHz in Kavre, Radio Melamchi 107.2 MHz in Sindhupalchowk and Radio Dhading 106 MHz in Dhading district. The…

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Appeal

Appeal

Post Earthquake Situation: Child Friendly Learning Centers for building resilience of children and women in most affected 7 districts of Nepal

The most devastating earthquake of 7.8 Richter scale on April 25, 2015 at 11:56 AM severely affected more than 30 districts of Nepal. 12 districts are badly affected. More than 7577 lives claimed by the earthquake and around 15,000 people are injured till…

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Supporters

Supporters

  1. UNICEF
  2. EveryChild UK
  3. Save the Children
  4. AC International Denmark
  5. Interpedia, Finland
  6. Embassy of Finland in Nepal
  7. TDH Germany
  8. Bikas Association, Belgium
  9. World Education
  10. Alliance Française de Kathmandu
  11. Social Workers Association Nepal (SWAN)
  12. Prayas Nepal
  13. Mahila Aatmanirbharta Kendra (MANK), Sindhupalchowk
  14. Shrijanshil Yuba Samaj (SYS), Ramechhap
  15. Shreya Paudel / Monika Shrestha, UK
  16. John Peel, Austral…

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