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Nepal Earthquake Appeal

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Nepal Earthquake

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

The magnitude 7.9 earthquake, Nepal's biggest for 80 years

A deadly earthquake in central Nepal has killed nearly 5,000 people and counting, making it the country's worst earthquake disaster in over 80 years. The Government of Nepal states that the death toll is likely to reach 10,000 by the end of the week.

Over 8,000 people are injured and this number is likely to increase. 1.6 million people are homeless. Many people are missing and trapped under rubble. International rescue teams are on the ground fighting to save lives.

Muslim Aid is establishing a camp for 825 displaced individuals (165 families). They will be housed in tents, have access to toilets, showers, kitchens and educational facilities. They will also be given food, water and clothes.

The camp will have:

  • 41 toilets and showers
  • 33 kitchens
  • 10 classrooms for education

With the death toll set to rise, the situation is critical. Muslim Aid has teams on the ground assessing the situation.
Your help is needed now. Please Donate

Call 020 7377 4200 or visit muslimaid.org

Emergency Appeal Nepal

Nepal has been struck by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, leaving over 1,500 dead and thousands more wounded and without shelter. Many more are trapped beneath rubble.
It is the worst earthquake to hit Nepal in more than 80 years.

With the death toll set to rise, the situation is critical. Muslim Aid has teams on the ground and your help is needed now.

Call 020 7377 4200 or visit muslimaid.org

Charity Rag No. 295224

Muslim Aid is establishing a refugee camp for 825 (165 families). They will be housed in tents, have access to toilets, showers, kitchens and education. They will also be given food and clothes.

The camp will have:

  • 41 toilets and showers
  • 33 kitchens
  • 10 classrooms for education

Price Bands

£100 - will secure a person a place in a camp

£500 - will secure a family of five a place in the camp.

  • 12 May 2015 update Second earthquake in two weeks devastates region

    At least 16 people are reported dead and more than 300 injured as a second earthquake has struck Nepal, this time at a magnitude of 7.3, flattening buildings 30 miles away.

    The aftershocks have been felt in India and Bangladesh.

    Two weeks previously in Nepal, a 7.8 earthquake killed more than 8,000 people and injured more than 17,800.

    Muslim Aid has been distributing emergency aid since the first earthquake struck, and will step up its support in the wake of the new disaster.

    Our experts on the ground are responding to the immediate needs of people affected by the earthquake with shelter, clean water and sanitation.

  • 6 May 2015 update Muslim Aid in Nepal after the Earthquake

    Following the devastation caused by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal, Muslim Aid has been assisting 100 vulnerable families in Bhaktapur district. These families have been displaced after the collapse of houses and buildings and have taken shelter under tent or tarpaulin.
    As an emergency response to the quake, Muslim Aid has been providing these families with the following essential items:

    • 100 ready to eat cartoons
    • 100 dozens of biscuit (1 dozens to each family)
    • 20 litres water jar
    • Water purification tablets
    • T-shirts

    Muslim Aid is actively assisting the affected people in Nepal and will continue its humanitarian activities.

    Muslim Aid in Nepal after the Earthquake
    • Muslim Aid in Nepal after the Earthquake