The destructive earthquake of magnitude 7.8 in Nepal extensively devasted public life, habitat and everything. The project " Relief to Nepal", on humanitarian grounds, is being run to help the victims by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan with the support of Global Giving foundation.
Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan has organized a two days Relief camp under the project in which provision (wheat, flour, spices, oil rice, etc) were distributed to 22 families. The institution is still working to succor and Relief the earthquake victims.
A little help is providing a good Relief to the families of earthquake victims, in the words of one of the earthquake victim" My residence, business, everything has been destroyed in the calamity, and now mere thinking of it my roc tremors. " The volunteers of the institution shared the sorrow and pain of the earthquake victims.
"Releif to nepal" is being directed by the chief executive, Mr. Deepak Sharma. all the 22 families came to the camp expressed their gratitude and thanked towords Global Giving and the donors and hoped that everything will be normal by the grace of god.
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