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Nepal Earthquake

Ongoing daily and near realtime situation report updates on social media and disaster response.

On Saturday April 25th, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck the Lamjung District of Nepal.
On Tuesday May 12 a magnitude  7.3 magnitude quake was centered 18km SE of Kodari and 6.3 was centered 33km NNE of Ramechhap
Below is the most current situation report published by Humanity Road.  Important to note that we are providing relevant associated links but that they may not be responsive due to damage, loss of power, or unavailable bandwidth. We are supporting the Kathmandu Living Labs Quake Map for crisis reporting of crowd sourced information.

Download Situation Reports

May 12 Report

Humanity Road Nepal Situation Report #12Nepal

Humanity Road India Situation report #12India

May 5 Report

HumanityRoad Nepal Situation Report #11 May5 , 2015 Summary

Earlier Reports

Humanity Road Nepal Situation Report #10 May 4, 2015

SBTF Aid Agencies Responding Report #5 May 4, 2015

Humanity Road Nepal Situation Report 9 May2, 2015 Summary
Visit SBTF  Aid Agencies Responding for 3W reports

Humanity Road Nepal Situation Report 8 May2, 2015 Summary

SBTF Nepal 3W Report #3 May 2, 2015 Aid Agencies Responding

Humanity Road Situation Report 7 May 1, 2015 Summary

SBTF 3WReport May 1, 2015 Aid Agencies Responding

SBTF 3WReport Apr 30,2015 Aid Agencies Responding

HumanityRoad Situation Report 6, April 30, 2015 Summary Report

HumanityRoad Situation Report 5 April 29, 2015 Summary Report

HumanityRoad Situation Report 4 April 28, 2015 Summary Report

HumanityRoad Situation Report 3 April 27, 2015 Summary Report

Humanity Road Situation Report 2 April 26, 2015 – Summary Report

Humanity Road Situation Report 1 April 25, 2015

 

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  8. The images coming out of Nepal are harrowing. Thousands of people are confirmed dead, and many more have been injured. This is a terrible tragedy and our hearts go to the Nepalese people. May God strengthened them and provide their needs during this time.

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  13. Hi Humanitry Road,

    My name is James, I am the founder of a charity in Queensland, Australia. I currently have two in-country partners giving me much valuable information needed in times of this crisis,

    If you have not already included please include the following details:
    Nuwakot District,
    Needs:
    Medical Supplies,
    Tents
    Food and Water

    Condition:
    NGOs in Nepal have called me to tell me that the villages in Nuwakot are totally destroyed and the situation is even worse than that in Balkhu, Kathmandu even though it is bad enough.

  14. This is really a trying time for the people of Nepal but they would really come out stronger. Thanks for all those that have sent relief materials

  15. hi ,

    Have a family that I support in Bageswori , Bhaktapur , Nepal (Gurung Village , Maha Manjushree Nagarkot , Nagarpalika 10). Their village of 50 houses . All houses are cracked up and unliveable. They need food (rice) and tents. About 150 people .

    No help so far other then 2 kilo of rice and some noodles.

    If you let me know where they can come for assistance I will ask the villagers to come and collect.

    Rgds,

    Ganesh

    • Hi Ganesh, my name is Corey, I work with Humanity Road. I’m looking into whether there are any aid resources in the area. I’ll let you know (in this forum) as soon as I hear anything. Please keep me updated in this forum as well.

      Thank you, and best of luck

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