Four-year-old Supriya and her family cannot return to their home because of the aftershocks that continue in #Nepal almost a week after Saturday’s earthquake. They are now living in a makeshift tent in a park. You can help ChildFund provide food, shelter and water and sanitation to children and their families in Sindhupalchok, one of the country’s worst-hit districts. Please donate now: https://www.childfund.org.au/appeal/nepal-earthquake-appeal
EMERGENCY UPDATE: With petrol stations starting to reopen, ChildFund's emergency team in Nepal will soon be making their way to Sindhupalchok district, about 3-4 hours' drive from Kathmandu, to take food and shelter materials to children and families who have had their homes destroyed by the earthquake and are stranded outdoors in freezing temperatures. The team will have to walk the last part of the journey as the road has been cut off by a landslide. Please donate now.
Nearly a million children have been severely affected by the earthquake that struck #Nepal on Saturday. Please #donate now to help provide emergency assistance to children and families who need food, water and shelter. Please donate noq: https://www.childfund.org.au/appeal/nepal-earthquake-appeal #nepalearthquake
EMERGENCY UPDATE: A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck #Nepal just before midday on Saturday, 25 April, killing more than 2,000 people, collapsing homes and historic temples, and triggering avalanches on Mt Everest. Our staff report the situation on the ground is absolutely devastating and the number of people killed, injured and affected by this earthquake continues to rise. Please donate now to help children and families who've lost homes and loved ones.
This is Vatiseva, a school librarian from Port Vila, Vanuatu. She is trying to dry out the library books that survived Cyclone Pam ahead of school classes resuming. Her school lost more than 200 books in the destruction.