Earthquake in Nepal (April 27, 2015)

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As the rubble is slowly cleared the death toll rises, currently standing at over 3,700. Nepal's largest earthquake in over 80 years has caused food, water and shelter shortages. Aftershocks continue to rattle the area, causing people to sleep in the streets in fear of collapsing buildings. Families are desperate to find missing loved ones. Hospitals are overwhelmed with injured. Supplies of medicines are also running low. The airport is inundated with people trying to leave, and aid groups arriving to offer assistance.

GlobalMedic is responding. Our teams are currently on the ground in Kathmandu with water purification units. An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Unit will begin mapping the devastation and help us target areas with the greatest need. Additionally we are deploying field hospitals and tents that will support the treatment of patients by replacing crucial medical infrastructure that has been damaged by the earthquake. We are mobilizing more gear and personnel that will be sent in the coming days. Your help is needed, 100% of your donation will go towards sending aid to Nepal. Please donate at

Here is a video of GlobalMedic's Response: