Al-Imdaad Foundation
24 Apr 2015

Large scale destruction and a dire humanitarian situation have resulted from the massive earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday April 25th 2015.

Al-Imdaad Foundation teams in Godawari

06 May 2015

On Wednesday, May 6th the Al-Imdaad Foundation teams conducted further distribution in the Godawari area, continuing the policy of prioritising towns and areas that had been cut-off or omitted by humanitarian relief thus far.

Al-Imdaad Foundation teams reach villages near the epicentre

04 May 2015

After a few hours rest the team set off for the Gorkha district, some 80km outside of Kathmandu. The Journey was very difficult as the roads had been split and damaged in many locations which had limited access to villages closer to the epicentre. The small village of Barpak in the Gorkha district was the site of the earthquake’s epicentre and the destruction in this district was especially tragic. Al-Imdaad Foundation teams described extensive damage in this area and witnessed great numbers of injured people. The Gorkha area is a primarily Muslim Nepalese ethnic area where the people lived in incredibly impoverished conditions even before the destruction of the earthquake. The Al-Imdaad Foundation teams distributed relief packs and hygiene kits to various badly affected villages in the region.

Latest Statistics from Nepalese disaster Authorities

03 May 2015

The Nepalese National Emergency Operation Centre has confirmed the total number of dead has now reached 7,557 while 14,536 were injured in the 7.8-magnitude quake, Nepal's deadliest in more than 80 years. The quake also killed more than 100 people in India and China.

Al-Imdaad Foundation Teams Prepare aid packs for distribution

03 May 2015

On Monday, May 4th 2015, a delegation from the Al-Imdaad Foundation’s UK and South African offices joined the Bangladeshi team that had been on the ground since the beginning of the relief effort. The team would be overseeing a number of humanitarian relief operations in villages and localities badly affected by the earthquake. Priority would be given in these second rounds of distributions to areas that had been cut off and had not seen the benefit of relief activities thus far. The team spent their first day procuring and packaging the aid, using the Bangladeshi embassy in Kathmandu as their base. The packaging and preparation of the aid packs extended long into the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Al-Imdaad Foundation Partners with iHH in Nepal

29 Apr 2015

Alongside the efforts of our teams on the ground in the Bangldesh the Al-Imdaad Foundation has also been working through our Turkish implementing partners iHH in the distribution of food, hygiene packs and shelter to the victims of the Quake.

Latest Statistics from Ground Teams

27 Apr 2015

• the number of people affected by the eartquakes is more than 200,000 • the death toll has risen to 3,700 • the number of injuries is more than 6,000 • the number of collapsed buildings reaches to some 5,000 • Because of the fact that most buildings are severely damaged, the earthquake victims are homeless and are still staying outside. • Physical health problems are among the greatest hazards to which disaster victims are currently exposed (due to unhygienic conditions they have been forced to live in as their homes are destroyed as well the rainy weather conditions in the area)

Al-Imdaad Foundation teams mobilised

25 Apr 2015

The Al-Imdaad Foundation teams have been mobilised and will be joining the network of NGO’s and Relief organisation that will be responding to the request for international humanitarian relief. Updates to follow.

Massive Earthquake Strikes Nepal

24 Apr 2015

Already more than 2200 deaths have been confirmed following the massive earthquake that Earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday April 25th with the toll expected to rise. Landslides have cut off rural villages and larger towns as well making access extremely difficult. Communication networks have also been cut off. Large numbers of the population are now living on the streets as buildings have been destroyed or remain dangerous due to threat of collapse. This has been made even more difficult by heavy rains and night-time temperatures of just 3 degrees Celsius. Many of the affected areas are villages that were already suffering under the yoke of extreme poverty. Essentials, including lifesaving medical supplies are rapidly running out as hospitals struggle to cope with the number of casualties. Due to the severe infrastructural damage, hospitals which have been inundated with victims have been forced to treat them outside. A lack of electricity will soon be complicated by a scarcity of water adding an added dimension to the difficulties. Immediate needs of the victims include water, shelter, food and blankets. Tenting for medical teams and medical supplies are also required.

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