Blossom Sustainability Project - Nepal Earthquake Relief

Earthquake victims are still in need of our Help!

Camp of earthquake victims dislocated due to landslides in Dhading are still in need of our help! They requier simple food to survive and to escape malnutrition in children and infants.

In Dhading district Dhola Ward No. 7 people from Lappa Ward No. 1, 3 and 6 who are relocated because of displacement due to 29 April and 12 May mega earthquake have been living in the tents in a warm, damp and humid environments.

Since they have been living in tents that are not that much good quality thus due to rain, warm and humidity mould has been formed inside the tents and health problems such as allergic reactions: rashes, itching, watery eyes, runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing and redness of the eyes can be seen among children, pregnant and senior citizens. 

Although there is a health facility managed by paramedic, Auxiliary Health Worker but she is unable to provide treatment of such conditions thus children and pregnant women condition is getting worse. Luckily Mountaineers for Himalayas Foundation Spain founder EDURNE PASABAN and her team observed this situation and taken 3 doctors from Dhadingbesi yesterday for their treatment and management.

We also took pregnant lady with her three kids to Dhading hospital for their treatment and management.

Don't know WHY our government of Nepal are sleeping like a PIG and don't care our earthquake affected people. It seems that they don't consider value of humanity and human life at all and only worry about their position to be secured.

There is no free treatment for such earthquake affected people that we realised because we've to pay for their consultation fee and also have to buy medicines. WHAT a worse case scenario is this of humanity after earthquake!! No wonder WHY aged 16 years old girl who was studying in class 9 died due to pneumonia some weeks before from the same settlement who was taken to Dhading District Hospital.

Donee: Blossom Sustainability Project - Nepal Earthquake Relief
Publish date: September 19, 2015