Earthquake Project

Mountain Sherpa Foundation (MSF), a non- profit Organization that actively involved for Emergency Relief Distribution to Massive earthquakes victims in Nepal. The massive earthquake struck on 25th April (7.9 Magnitude) and 12th May (6.8 Magnitude) that took lives of nearly 9000 people and more than 22,000 injured.

The team of Mountain Sherpa Foundation actively involved distributing first phase of Emergency relief Distribution including foods, tents, Tarpaulins (Emergency Temporary shelters). Our charity work program Successfully Distributed Emergency relief Materials to poor, needy Victims of earthquake Districts in Solukhumbu, Rashuwa, Shindupalchowk, Dhading and Kathmandu ( Majuwa & Shanku). The relief Distribution was held for a month & was lead by MSF president Mr. Pasang Sherpa.Please look details of those charity actions at our completed projects.

Massive earthquakes Affected 9 Districts out of 75 which are: Gorkha, Dhading, Rashuwa, Nuwakot, Kavre, Dolakha, Kathmandu, Solukhumbu and Okhaldunga. As part of second charity projects for earthquake Victims, MSF is working hard to help victims with 3 following current projects that need to be completed within 3 months; our 3 projects are well considered for welfare of earthquake victims for all 9 affected district. Hence, 3 projects are most important needs of earthquake victims these days and MSF is fully working to complete these 3 charity missions within 3 months. We are therefore looking forward to raise funds for our coming charity projects below:

Current Project- 1

Corrugated zinc sheets roof Distribution for 150 earthquake destroyed houses

MSF is currently fund raising to Distribute Corrugated zinc sheets roof to poor, needy and completely destroyed house Victims of Two Major earthquakes. Corrugated sheets would be more effective as roofing materials, especially when the rainy season is just around the corner. It is more effective roofing materials than Tents and Tarpaulins. Tents are only for Emergency and it may not work for heavy rain whereas zinc sheets is more durable and worthy for longtime use.

We are planning to Distribute Corrugated zinc sheets to 150 top selected destroyed house victims of all 9 affected districts victims. According to survey status, one destroyed house requires 5 bundles of zinc sheets which cost US$ 500 including logistics and transportation expenses.

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Corrugated zinc sheets Distribution charity action is thus one most important charity projects MSF is taking in account to fulfill quick requirements of earthquake house lost victims those are poor and disable.

Hence, our goal is to raise about $75, 000 for this big project and we are kindly requesting you to help to bring big smile on faces of needy victims of Nepal.

Current Project- 2

Volunteers & Re-building for 30 earthquake destroyed Schools

Teacher standing infront of badly damaged School in Dhading about 89 KM West from Kathmandu.

Without proper Education, children and young generation can’t develop. After the deadliest earthquakes in Nepal most of schools are closed more than a month, recently government of Nepal announced re-opening of school from 1st of June, however since most of schools in remote villages are completely destroyed including Kathmandu, Many schools are still closed. Many schools students in remote areas are studying on tents and tarpaulins those schools are reopened .Most of the schools completely destroyed are old, damaged and school buildings are poor.

Childrens are playing in the ground of badly damaged School
Childrens are playing in the ground of badly damaged School

These poor and remote schools still need your helping hands to rebuild their temporary school building in remote corners of earthquake affected areas.MSF is currently helping to rebuild at least 30 schools in each earthquake affected area. For this huge project, we need social volunteers, workers and cash donations to buy materials of school buildings such as Zinc sheets, Bamboo poles and other materials to build temporary schools to continue study of poor childrens. It is estimated US$ 1500- 2000 per school to build earthquake remote villages of 9 districts. We have estimated new school building cost as per term and conditions of Nepal Government Anti-earthquake building for now onward. MSF helps only selected schools those are remote and out of Nepal government reachSo we are collecting minimum fund of US$ 60,000.we are going to start making schools immediately after we have some funds.

Current Project- 3

Volunteers & Re-building for 100 earthquake destroyed houses

After the deadliest earthquakes most of people are spending their nights on tents and tarpaulins since April 25th.Most of the house completely destroyed are poor, disable and old people of remote villages. These poor victims still need your helping hands to rebuild their temporary or fixed house in remote corners of earthquake affected areas.MSF is currently helping those people to rebuild 100 houses. We need volunteers, workers and cash donations to buy materials of house such as Zinc sheets, cement, rod, bricks etc.It is estimated 4000 US$ to build a earthquake proof house in the remote villages of 9 districts. We have estimated new house cost as per term and conditions of Nepal Government Anti-earthquake house for now onward. MSF helps only selected people those are poor, disable, helpless. So we are collecting minimum fund of US$ 4, 00,000.we are going to start making house only after monsoon is over, after 3 months.

Would like to be donor & Volunteer?

Please visit Nepal for this huge charity action immediately; we will assist you to buy Zinc sheets from your donations in front of you in Kathmandu and can immediately move to remote villages for volunteer service in schools or houses.

The people of Nepal are still trying to recover from two major earthquakes and countless aftershocks. Each day is a struggle in many parts of of the country, but there is something you can do to make an impact.

Anyone interested to join Helping hands for one of above real charity projects, please do let us know. We appreciate your donations, charity volunteers or any charity helps for poor people of Nepal.

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