5 Ways to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims

5 Ways to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims

The earthquake in Nepal on Saturday measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale It has already claimed more than 4,310 deaths. In the mount Everest also died 17 mountaineers after an avalanche cause of the earthquake.

Image from: Univisón Noticias

More than two million people have been made homeless, due to poor quality of the buildings.
Here are five organizations that have been organized to help people affected by the earthquake both in Nepal and its surroundings, through which you can help.

  1. Oxfam Intermon
    International organization dedicated to fighting poverty in third world countries and with a presence in Nepal.
    Help directly with Oxfam

  2. CARE
    Humanitarian organization that assists and helps any country, also with a presence in Nepal. Help directly with CARE

  3. Save the children
    Organization dedicated to helping mainly the children of 120 countries it serves. It has workers in Nepal.
    Help directly with Save the Children

  4. UNHCR
    This organization in the UN agency for refugees. It will help those affected by the earthquake in Nepal with water, a place to sleep, batteries and blankets.
    Help directly with UNHCR

    This global organization works to ensure that all children have a good, safe and healthy childhood. She works in Nepal to help children and also their families.
    Help directly with UNICEF
    Or by phone: 900 907 102 from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

How to help from Social Networks

  • Facebook presented its application to support the victims of Nepal.

  • Line For its part, it will allow you to use its Line Premium Call service to make free calls from Spain, both to phones and mobile phones in Nepal, even if you are not registered with Line.

Google trends has created a map with the response that the world has given regarding the news of this tragedy that shows the people who have searched for “help” and “Nepal”.

Issues related to the Nepal earthquake

  • Google and Facebook tools provide relief after Nepal earthquake

Video: Survivors Share Personal Stories From Nepal Earthquake. National Geographic (January 2022).