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Nepalese population terrified of new earthquakes

12.000 Nepalese received help. Photo: Guido Dingeman

Nepal’s population stay in open air during night fearing new shocks after another severe earthquake hit Nepal Tuesday. Mission East provides shelter and clean drinking water.



Mission East will protect 30,000 victims of earthquake from diseases in monsoon period

Mission East will protect 30,000 victims of earthquake from diseases

Mission East distributes tarpaulins and hygiene kits to about 7,000 families close to the earthquake’s epicenter in Nepal. Volunteers help the most vulnerable putting up tents, and staff advises on hygiene issues.



Widows must not be forgotten in relief aid

Widows must not be forgotten in relief aid

Mission East works on helping the most vulnerable groups in society. Ujjali aged 84 is one of them.

Mission East distributes relief aid in nine villages northeast of Kathmandu and makes sure that the most vulnerable groups in society – e.g. elderly and people with disabilities – get tarpaulins and hygiene kits to withstand cold weather, rain and infectious diseases.

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