HOPEww Aims To Serve 20,000 in Nepal

Thank you for your generous donations to help support our disaster response efforts in Nepal.  Your gifts are already making a difference as we are providing food, shelter, medicine and support to many already.  Our work is only beginning and could not be possible without your help.  Please read below to learn more about how your support is making a difference in Nepal. 

Situation Report #4 – May 4, 2015

HOPE worldwide aims to serve 20,000 people in Nepal after the recent earthquake.

Nine days since the deadly earthquake in Nepal, HOPE worldwide is aiming to serve 20,000 persons through various services and 20 tons of supplies.  Through the local HOPE worldwide Nepal affiliate, we are working closely with the local government and international community, which is being organized by the United Nations.

As of May 4, 2015, HOPE worldwide has provided:
– 8,600 blankets
– 1,000 emergency shelter (tarpaulines)
– 5,000 kgs of food and water
– 100 kgs of medicines
– 1 camp for displaced families in Balaju, Kathmandu
– 1 emergency school in Balaju, Kathmandu

Teams are reaching out to various districts across the impacted areas, delivering much-needed services. So far, the areas served include Gorkha, Kathmandu, Nuwakot, Sindhulpachuk, Lalitpur. Other areas are being assessed to be served as well.

The people of Nepal need your help, come join us bringing hope and changing lives!

Photos courtesy of Capt. Yang Siew of ALPAS (Airline Pilots Association of Singapore)