A devastating earthquake of the magnitude 7.8 struck Nepal near Lamjung, 80 kilometers northwest of the capital Kathmandu. The death toll has reportedly risen to 8622 with more than 16808 people injured. Pragya is working to respond to the needs of the affected people.

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For emergency relief related query, contact:
Greg Hilditch
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Silky Manglani
+91 9599035166
solutions@pragya.org




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Nepal devastated by worst earthquake in 80 years

Devastating earthquake struck Nepal near Lamjung, 80 km away from the capital Kathmandu. As the tremors continue, death toll has risen to 8622 with more than 16808 people injured.

Read more...

For emergency relief related query, contact:
Greg Hilditch
+44 7903715963
Silky Manglani
+91 9599035166

solutions@pragya.org

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