On 25th April, 2015, at 11:56 local time, a massive 7.6 magnitude earthquake also known as the Gorkha earthquake struck Nepal, with the epicenter in Gorkha District of Kathmandu and south of the China border. Killed nearly 9,000 people and injured nearly 22,000. Dozens of aftershocks followed, including a 6.7 magnitude earthquake on 26th April 2015 at 12:54 local time.
After the second earthquake on 26th April 2015 the director of Himalayan Trails Trekking & Climbing (P) Ltd Mr Govinda shrestha called a meeting on 30 April 2015 with the office staff. We discussed about arranging donation and fond. We plead for financial help from many people and organigation who are capable to aid and offer funds to the needy.We also get some help from our foreign clients who are very eagerly wants to help the earthquake victims.
Himalayan trails team went to Sailung Dolakha for first time on 18 may 2015 and for second time on 23 may 2015 with a team of 6 people with required Tripal to build Temporary Shelters and distributed the Temporary Shelters to the people of Sailung ward no 1-8 earthquake victims.
Himalayan Trails Trekking & Climbing provide some financial help to the free medical Camp organized by Rawadalu bhusinga sarokar samaj from 17 to 19 June 2015 for earthquake victims of Rawadalu ,Okhaldhunga. The camp was held in Him Ganga Secondary School. The objective of the camp was to provide free medical facility, i.e., consultation, treatment, medicine, and referral to the people in the community. Many people including men, women and children were provided health facility.
we want to extend our sincere gratitude towards Mr. Brett Taylor and his friends from Australia, Mrs. Sandra Sommer and her friends from Switzerland and all over the worlds’ other parts of the friends, who gave us hands directly and indirectly for their contribution in Earthquake relief program in April 2015. Thank you to all for your continued, faithful support towards toward us.
We will follow your progress with care interest and continue to support, you in the future.
Photos from Dolakha & Rawadalu