The high intensity earthquake that struck Nepal in the early hours of 25th April 2015, is possibly one of the worst earthquakes the country has witnessed in the recent times. The effect of disaster was not just limited Nepal, but damages was also reported from north eastern part of India including Sikkim, North Bihar, Eastern Uttar Pradesh and Northern Bengal.
The impact of earthquake was such that, in Nepal alone hundreds of people are feared dead and many still trapped in debris. Reports suggest large scale damage to homes, schools and infrastructure.
SEEDS has begun its humanitarian assistance to affected people in Nepal and India aiming to reach out to at least 1000 families who are in immediate need of shelter.
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