Support Students Affected by China's Earthquake

by China Youth Development Foundation


At least 188 people have died and another 11,500 were injured when a massive earthquake struck Sichuan province on April 20, 2013.
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Homes and public buildings have been destroyed. This project will help to rebuild school for those in the effected region, and help them and their families with the necessities to start rebuilding their lives.


This project will support two of CYDF's earthquake relief efforts: (1) Building the "Earthquake Relief Hope School" for teenagers so they can return to school as soon as possible; and (2) Providing financial aid for students and their families who are suffering in this crisis.

Long-Term Impact

By supporting the school and the students, CYDF will help students and families start to rebuild their lives.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

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Organization Information

China Youth Development Foundation

Location: Beijing - China
Website: http:/​/​​en
Project Leader:
Wang Yamei
Beijing, China

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