Majhi Gaun Earthquake Appeal

£6,676 of £10,000 goal

Raised by 148 people in 43 months
A deadly earthquake hit Nepal on the 25th of April  with a magnitude of 7.9 rect, the fishermens village in Sindhupalchowk district is approximately 70 km from Kathmandu and has been struck hard. Every house in the village has been destroyed by the earthquake, 8 people have been declared dead and many more are in need of medical assistance.

There are over 200 children who are starving without a roof over their head tonight. There is no shelter, no food, no lights, not enough clothes and access to village has been denied due to landslides. Most of the releif campaigns have been concerntrated in Kathmandu valley and our voiceless villagers are losing their lives even once they have survived the fatal earthquake due to  hypothermia and starvation.

We need your help and support to save this forgotten community. Educating Nepal will be providing all the frontline support. 

Once upon a time,
www.educatingnepal.org 
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Final Update: The dust has settled and the global attention has shifted towards the plight of Syrian children and various other campaigns. The aftermath of the earthquake in April 2015 has left Nepal devasated. We think that everything is okay as we clearly know nothing is perfect, we think that it might be better tomorrow so we leap ahead with a smile. Thank you for all your contributions so far, we couldn't have asked for more. Here's quick thank you note from the children of Majhi Gaun. We do apologies for the late post, these pictures have been rostored from our hard drive after lots of attempt.

To see how far we have reached with your support check out our website http://www.educatingnepal.org
Thank you note for our donors
Random names picked by the children
Donation of the funds
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En-route Majhi Gaun
Our kid's from the Fishermen's village Majhi Gaun attending the first year celebration of Nepal Earthquake
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On our way to Nepal to celebrate the 1st year anniversary of the earthquake. We will have more updates from the Fishersmen's village in the days to come. Remember the date 25th of April!
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Good Morning Everyone!!!
It was so surprising to see little Sushila able to carry this pot of water to her house. It has been few days and I have seen her come fetch water every day in the morning. But I thought someone else would come to carry the pot. The tap is just 5 minutes from her house but still, as Sushila balanced this pot upon her hips and strolled away, it left me astounded. I saw her when she could barely stand as a child. Much has evolved ever since. Now she has two younger sisters after her and probably the responsibilities on her part are sinking in.
Good Morning Everyone!!! It was so surprising to see little Sushila able to carry this pot of water to her house. It has been few days and I have seen her come fetch water every day in the morning. But I thought someone else would come to carry the pot. T
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£6,676 of £10,000 goal

Raised by 148 people in 43 months
Created April 26, 2015
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LB
£100
Lou Brown
38 months ago

Continuing to think of you all and wishing you much success and peace in your work

£25
Anonymous
41 months ago
DG
£25
Dominic Gallagher
42 months ago

Good luck

£30
Anonymous
42 months ago
LB
£20
Lata Bhudia
42 months ago

Umesh, Lata, Jaimin and Bhavin Bhudia.

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