Nepal Quake: Support communities' recovery

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On April 25th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. The earthquake has cause massive damage and the government reports that more than 3,000 have died. Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management (A-PAD) is deployed an emergency response team to Nepal. A-PAD works with its local partners who connect your support with the affected communities on the ground. Your donation can help save lives.

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The earthquake has caused massive damage to infrastructure and the government reports that more than 3,200 people have died. Search and rescue operations are still ongoing, many people are left without homes and basic necessities are becoming scarce.


Civic Force is partnering with the Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management (A-PAD) which deployed an emergency response team to Nepal on April 26th to conduct search and rescue as well as assess the damage and needs on the ground. The rescue team and search dogs will support the immediate need of finding survivors in the rubble. The assessment team will partner with our local cooperatioin organization based in Kathmandu and formulate an aid plan from emergency to reconstruction.

Long-Term Impact

Your support can help save lives and assist the population to recover and build back better.


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Organization Information

Civic Force

Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo - Japan
Website: http:/​/​​english/​
Project Leader:
Kaori Neki
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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