Nepallink was founded in 1987, and mainly funded by CH private sponsors.
They currently have the following projects:
Two orphanages, two schools, two widow projects and one farm.
They also have smaller projects they support, such as one working with street children.
Their recent funding has gone to the purchase of rice and dahl (lentils) to feed the villagers in the close vicinity of their projects. In Kathmandu, the latest number is 580 that are receiving support, the numbers for Gorkha are not yet available.
They plan to continue to provide food and tents as needed, and are starting to assess for Phase 2: buildings that need repair, and buildings that need to be rebuilt.
Relief aid, while well intentioned, often ends up in the pockets of corrupt local bureaucrats and/or multinational contracts, with very little reaching the people that actually need it. Ensure that your contributions reach those in need.
Read #WeHelpNepal's funding criteria and mission.