Nepal Earthquake Disaster Appeal

17th December 2015

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The Nepalese earthquake in April 2015 killed over 9,000 people, injured more than 23,000 and disrupted the lives of 5.6 million people. Hundreds of thousands of people were made homeless across the country and centuries-old UNESCO World Heritage sites were destroyed. The earthquake and aftershocks were one of the impoverished nations worst ever natural disasters

Almost a year later and the relief efforts are still on going. It’s these continued efforts to help Nepal that inspire the Forever Hope Foundation to partner with charities to support the on going operation in Nepal. Our aim is to help the Nepalese people face the continued challenges the earthquake brought – helping them rebuild their homes damaged during the disaster and facilitate a return to their often remote mountain villages that were cut off from the outside world by the earthquake.

The focus in Nepal now is meeting the long term recovery needs which include providing water, sanitation and good hygiene; give support to disrupted livelihoods; and improving community infrastructures.

Your donations continue to support the ongoing relief programs and aid us in helping the Nepalese people rebuild their lives often from the ground up. You can make a donation here.

Almost a year later and the relief efforts are still on going. Help us support the on going operation in Nepal.

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