Setting standards: Leading Nepal children’s charity shows how earthquake appeal funds saved lives
Since a huge earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April 2015, Childreach Nepal have reached over 2,500 households with emergency aid in Sindhupalchowk district.
Childreach Nepal have created24temporary learning centres enabling over 4,000 children to continue their education and be safe from child trafficking and other forms of abuse.
Plan staff, families and property continue to be safe.
International aid agencies deliver relief to flood-ravaged areas.
The situation in Sudan continues to deteriorate
as all Plan Program Unites are now affected by the rising flood waters.
No longer confined to the Kassala and River Atbara areas, Guli, Ed Duweim
and North Kordafan are now reporting on damage to, or isolation of, their
communities due to additional flooding. Kassala and River Atbara remain
the most seriously affected.
Plan is working in 28 villages in the rural areas of River Atbara in Kassala state. Some of these villages have been subjected to heavy flooding as a result of additional heavy rains.
More than 300,000 people have been left homeless as a result of the devastating floods in Kassala, Sudan and the surrounding locale. As the most active nongovernmental organization in the area, Plan is a member of the State Emergency Committee, which is assessing the situation and delivering food, drinking water and medication to those most in need.