Earthquake in Nepal
by Chad Loftis
26 May 2015
SIM has launched a response to the devastating Nepal earthquake disaster. SIM Nepal personnel are working with other agencies to provide a coordinated response. This includes provision of food, clean water, shelter, medical services, transport and counselling.
SIM is very grateful for offers of individual support that have come from around the world. At this time, we have adequate personnel locally to handle immediate relief efforts.
You may help the victims of this disaster by donating to SIM's Disaster Relief Fund #88600. SIM provides assistance to all people, regardless of gender, race or religion.
SIM Contributes 150K in Nepal; Relief Moves to Rebuilding
Nearly 10,000 families have received relief goods. Phase 2 of disaster relief begins.
Survivors Risk Their Lives for Food as Relief Slowly Reaches Mountains
In the aftermath of the two strong earthquakes that have devastated Nepal in recent weeks SIM continues to support United Mission to Nepal in its efforts to relieve isolated communities in the district of Dhading.
A Second Earthquake Rocks Nepal
Another significant earthquake - this time at magnitude 7.4 - has shaken Nepal today just as many were beginning to believe the aftershocks from April's devastating quake were subsiding.
Communities Come Together as Extent of Devastation Discovered
The true extent of the devastation wreaked by last month's earthquake in Nepal is slowly being realised as relief efforts finally expand to remote areas.
SIM and partner personnel have been volunteering in local hospitals and debriefing with survivors in "tarp villages", and are preparing to make a fuller response to the far-reaching aftermath of the quake.
Another Dawn is Breaking
Yang Eon is a missionary on the ground in Nepal. He shares what is currently happening inside the country and what is needed to be done.
SIM Personnel Bolster Hospital Ranks as Earthquake Victims Pour In
As the death toll in Nepal rises after the biggest earthquake in eighty years, medical personnel with SIM and partners are making their way to Kathmandu's Patan hospital to assist with the swelling number of earthquake victims.
In the Middle of a Disaster
SIM staff share first hand accounts of what they are encountering as they seek to bring relief to this devastated country.
How You Can Help
You can support SIM's relief efforts by donating to project #88600. Be sure to specify this project number when you click here to donate.