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PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY TO SUPPORT THE HUMANITARIAN AID WORK OF DCWC NEPAL                             
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A note from Akka Lama
May 4, 2015

 

Nepal government was happy to send us DCWC Community Hospital Area to support Earthquake victim.

 

Government Representative Mr.Punja Lal Shrestha, 2 Security Police (Home minister office), Mr.Kancha Ram Tamang (Former Vice Chairman of Kavre District), Journalist Mr.Ujad Raktim, team of DCWC Nepal and 35 volunteer from many different areas (Social worker, Teacher, representative of Political party) works over 70 hour to visit every village to find out real victim.

 

We have visited 519 Houses.


Our DCWC Community Hospital opens 24 Hour a day and treatment over 200 people every day. We decided 7 day for free treatment for Earthquake victim.


We provided for over 200 Houses
1. Tent
2. Rice -Dal-Cooking Oil-Salt-batten Rice-biscuit etc
3. Metrex
4. Medicine


Please find some picture. We are planning to move other area to support earthquake victim.


Thank you all you making possible.

 

Best Regards.
Akka Lama.
DCWC Nepal.

 

 

 



 



DCWC Earthquake Relief Work

 

 

We are very grateful to our generous donors who made it possible for DCWC's Earthquake Relief Team to help so many people. 

 

Please see photos and videos below for examples of the lifesaving efforts of DCWC during a time when the government could not reach many of the remote villages in desperate need of relief.

 

We continue to work to provide safe housing for people who have lost everything until they are able to rebuild their homes in the years to come.  DCWC has built many small houses to provide shelter for people in remote villages who had no other assistance during a time of crisis. Please give generously to support us in our ongoing mission to rebuild Nepal.

 

This flyer shows a sample of the beautiful and life-saving work still being done in many villages in the Kavre District:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 2015:

 

DCWC Nepal is focused on relief work in the very remote villages that have not yet been reached by government and other relief agencies, often carrying supplies on their backs where there are no roads at all.  Hundreds of families in many different villages have been supplied with tents, food and other emergency supplies since the earthquakes began on April 25, 2015.

 

After earthquake in Nepal 2015.

Posted by Dipendra Lama on Thursday, May 21, 2015

(Video Courtesy of Dipendra Lama of  DCWC Nepal)

 

 

 

Stories from DCWC Earthquake Relief Team:

 

Baby delivered during 2nd earthquake

 

Mother and 28 day old baby rescue

 

DCWC Earthquake Relief  Team in Action (Slideshow)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DCWC Community Hospital in Rajbash:
Kavre District Distribution Center for Earthquake Relief Supplies

 

 

 

 

 

Delivering Emergency Supplies to Earthquake Victims in Central Nepal

 

 


     

 

 

 

(Photos & slideshows courtesy of Akka Lama and Guna Lama,
President and Secretary of DCWC Nepal)

 

 

 

Donate to DCWC
Community Hospital and save lives.

Please make your tax deductable donation through our US Partner "ONE WORLD ONE HEART FOUNDATION" (a 501c3 non-profit organization) by mailing a check or money order made out to:
ONE WORLD ONE HEART FOUNDATION
(DCWC in the memo section)
822 B Paseo Del Pueblo Sur
P.O. BOX 1840
RANCHOS DE TAOS, NM 87557

Or by clicking the paypal button below:One World One Heart Foundation logo

In the spirit of giving, we are proud to say that 100% of all donations go to Nepal. Our organizations are operated by in-kind service (non salaried) positions and volunteers.


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Please visit our parent organization:

DCWC Nepal - http://www.dcwcnepal.org.np/

And our sister organizations:

in the UK - http://dcwcnepal.org

and in the Czech Republic - Namaste Nepal

 

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