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NAGC mobilizes volunteers in Earthquake hit Nepal
Staff Reporter
Nepal Association for Global Cooperation NAGC has mobilized its volunteers in Nepal to respond to the deadly earthquake of 7.9 magnitude that occurred on April 25. 2015. NAGC is an international organization organized by Nepalese and friends based on California USA. It is a 501 (C)  (3) nonprofit organization established in 2008. One of the prime areas of  service is to give emergency assisitance by providing volunteers and financial help especially in the extreme needs caused by natural and other disasters. At the moment NAGC is wholeheartedly focussed in providing quick assistance to the Nepal Earthquake victims by participating in rescue mission, cleaning and sanitation campaigns, distribution of food, medical and other essential supplies.  The NAGC volunteers are also planning on providing materilas and labor to build temporary homes for the survivors who lost homes during this deadly earthquake.

NAGC volunteers are active in the hard hit araes of Kathmandu and Gorkha districts providing their services in cleaning up and sanitation, rescue missions, distribution of medical supplies and fresh fruits and healthy fresh fruit and healthy juces to the injured people in various hospitals. NAGC volunteers are planning to provide assistance in building temporary housings for the survivors as well. While in the field, a group of NAGC volunteers have rescued Munu Tamang a resident of Saankhu of Kathmandu District. She was rushed to TU Teaching Hospital. NAGC Volunteer Service Field coordinator Mr. Kailash Kumar Paneru said that they are heading towards Gorkha,the epicenter of the earthquake.  Mr. Paneru said, “the demmand is far to great and resorces are limited. We request donations so that our volunteers can provide more services to these hard hit areas. NAGC is accepting donations via its official website

www.nepalassociation.net

or they can also send checks payable to NAGC and send it directly to its head office at 1531 Russell Street #26, Berkeley, CA 94703, USA. No donations of cash and kind (except paypal)  will be accepted in Nepal as per the NAGC International Treasurer Bishnu Bahadur Karki. Mr. Karki said all donatiosn are tax deductible and a recipt will be provided to the donors regardless of their donation amount. The founder president of NAGC, Mani Nepali called all the Nepal related organizations to work in close coordinations at this sad circumstances and has appealed the world to help Nepal rebuild the earthquake shattered Nepal.



NAGC Rescue Mission in Sankhu, Kathmandu
NAGC Rescue Mission in Sankhu, Kathmandu
NAGC Rescue Mission in Sankhu, Kathmandu rescued Munu Tamang a resident of
Sankhu of Kathmandu District. She was safely taken to TU Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu
NAGC Volunteers conducted cleaning campaign in temporary  camping areas of Kathmnadu
NAGC Volunteers distributed fresh juices to the injured people from earth quake in various hospitals
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NAGC Gobal Rep Gangal Lal Shrestha Handing over of Medical supplies to Sindhupalchok victims
NAGC Rep Ramesh Khadka handing over the medical supplies provided by Lions Club of Berkley
Annapurna, California USA to earth quake survivor in Gorkha

NAGC volunteer Arjun Paneru in the site supervision in hard hit areas Gorkha Nepal
NAGC reprentatives Ramesh Khadka and Arjun Paneru distributed relief matarials to
the hard hit survivors from Saurpani Gorkha
NAGC reprentatives Ramesh Khadka and Arjun Paneru distributed relief matarials to
the hard hit survivors from Saurpani Gorkha
NAGC reprentatives Ramesh Khadka and Arjun Paneru distributed temporary shelter building matarials to  the hard hit survivors from Saurpani Gorkha
NAGC volunteers start cleaning up the local schools partnering with the local police
and Nepal army personels in Saurpani Gorkha.
NAGC volunteers start cleaning up the local schools partnering with the local police
and Nepal army personels in Saurpani Gorkha.
NAGC volunteers start cleaning up the local schools partnering with the local police
and Nepal army personels in Saurpani Gorkha.

NAGC volunteers resting for a while after distributing relief to the survivors of
Solukhumbu, the epicenter of May 12 earthquake.

Former Minister and CA Rep. Honorable Bal Bahadur KC supervising the the relief materials provided by Nepal Association for Global Cooperation (NAGC)