Earthquake Updates

Nepal SEEDS is now actively distributing relief materials including food and tin for temporary housing to communities in Rasuwa, Makwanpur, and Gorkha Districts. We are also working closely with other organizations to get schools and health posts functioning again.

In response to the April 25th and May 5th earthquakes Nepal SEEDS has now transitioned from damage assessment to relief and rebuilding efforts. Needs are enormous due to widespread destruction of houses, schools, and healthposts in communities where we work.

Donations Are Needed

For updates please visit the
Nepal SEEDS Facebook page or click the link to the Earthquake Updates page where we will post photos and progress reports.

 



 
 
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Family-based training in health and hygiene.
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Thank You!
Everyone who has made a recent donation to the Earthquake Relief Fund. The level of your collective generosity is extraordinary!

The Telluride Rotary Club for a grant to support our nurses in Nubri for an entire year.

The Act of Giving Foundation in Seattle for a  grant to support education and training for girls and women.


Kahtoola for the People for providing a new grant in 2014 to support Tibetan medical clinics in Nubri and Tsum.

Prof. E.A. Quinn and Telluride Rotary Club for supporting the 2014 Womens' Health Training Program.


Students, teachers and parents of the International School of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo, for their ongoing support.

 
 

     

Volunteers

At this time NEPAL SEEDS does not have volunteer positions.  The best way to support the work of Nepal SEEDS is to share the stories and news about the earthquake's impact with your friends, families and colleagues, watch our Facebook page for updates, and make a donation. Thank you for your interest and support of our work.


“A Time to Rebuild”.
Please join us for our 17th Annual Fundraising Dinner on September 25 at the Kabuki Hotel, San Francisco.