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Last year, two fatal earthquakes ripped through Nepal, claiming nearly 9,000 lives and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless.

Thanks to the generosity of supporters in Britain and Ireland an incredible total of €4.11/£3.25 million was raised.

With this money, we’ve provided shelter, water, food and sanitation to more than 400,000 people in the most vulnerable communities.

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Preparing communities for future crises

The devastation caused in Nepal was so severe it took days for aid to reach people. That's why it’s vital for us to prepare people before disaster strikes, so they are equipped to deal with crises themselves.

Please donate so that we can continue this vital work.

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Your donations are providing:

  • Cash and vouchers

  • Food

  • Hygiene kits

  • Counselling

  • Shelter

  • Water

 

How we work in an emergency

We're based in countries affected by disasters so we can be there before, during and after an emergency to save lives and support people long term.

Through our work with local organisations in these countries, we can talk directly to the people affected to provide the most useful emergency response.

Find out more about our approach


Read next:

Acts of kindness

Read how the people of Nepal found strength in one another and, through simple acts of kindness, managed to survive. 

Nepal Aftershocks

We asked nearly 200 Nepalese people what they thought of the aid they received after the 2015 earthquake. We heard what was most and least helpful - watch our video for some interesting answers!

 

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

Help us provide emergency support to those affected by the earthquake.

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