The earthquake on Saturday 25th April has killed 4,000 and counting, and injured many more. I first heard the news when it was reported that 600 had died but as the numbers swell, so too does the urgency for Nepal to receive humanitarian aid.
Locals have nowhere to sleep and food and fresh water is running out. The risk of disease spreading is high. Dozens of remote villages haven’t even been reached yet, with experts predicting that some may well be entirely buried by rubble, which could well kill most of each village’s population.
If you’re willing to forego the price of a couple of pints, or a salad niçoise, your help would be much appreciated. Any amount would help, but please consider giving what you can afford. There are a number of charities you can donate to, including:
Nepal is full of some of the kindest, most humble people you could ever meet. A small favour would go a long way.