Nepal Earthquake 2015
|Nepal Earthquake Appeals|
On Saturday 25 April, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. The next day a 6.7 magnitude aftershock caused further damage and casualties. Over 2,200 people have been reported dead, and many thousand injured. Yesterday's earthquake was the worst tremor to hit Nepal in 80 years.
- Situation Report 30 April - download here
- Situation Report 28 April - download here
- SheltterBox newsletter - download here
- Disaster Aid newsletter - download here
- Disaster Aid newsletter 5 June - download here
We are aware of, and support the following appeals.
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RAWCS Project 75-2014-15
A disaster fund to allow individuals and Rotary Clubs to make tax deductible donations to aid recovery efforts in Nepal. Rotary can and will be involved in the medium to long term recovery effort and that is what this RAWCS fundraising project will be committed to working with the Rotary Club of Hetauda, District 3292 Nepal. Sponsored by
RAWCS Project 52-2008-09
To fund reconstruction of community facilities after the recent earth quake. To upgrade Dharapani Lower Secondary School which provides services for a number of the surrounding Villages, drawing students from Bhairabi and the two other schools.
Sponsored by Wahroonga Rotary Club, the Dharapani Lower Secondary School, Gorkha District, Nepal project is located is Gorkha District which is very close to the epicentre of the earthquake, in the remote Hills about 60 Km northwest of Kathmandu. As you can imagine, those working on the project are very anxious regarding the safety of the people in the communities where the club has worked for the past eight years and knows so well. While it seems inevitable that there will have been casualties, the club is hoping for the best, especially for the schoolchildren. It is unlikely that any first aid, at least by western standards, will be available for the injured in the hill villages.
RAWCS Project 78-2014-15
Nepal Earthquake Appeal to fund Humanitarian Aid, Kavre & adjoining Districts, Nepal
To raise funds to be sent to the Rotary Club of Dhulikhel, D3292 Nepal to be used for humanitarian aid and to assist in repairing community facilities throughout the Kavre & adjoining Districts.
Manager PP Ron Marcus
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Deputy Manager PP David Waterhouse (H) 02 4388 1749 (M) 0450 068 887 Email: email@example.com
Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Castle Hill
RAWCS PROJECT 66/2007-08
To fund reconstruction of community facilities after the recent earth quake. To support Nepali teams to build toilets & waste disposal systems (both biogas & septic) in very poor villages & in schools. To provide school & village dental care & hygiene
The project is working with the project villages to provide earthquake relief, immediate shelter to get them through the monsoon season, and to rebuild stronger houses for the future using local materials and following sound engineering and building code principles. Funds have also been allocated to a project school, to build classrooms after the earthquake damage.