#subinPailk #EarthquakeNepal #EarthquakeLiveFootage This is second biggest aftershock 2015 earthquake in Nepal. Thousands of people homeless and dozen of people killed by this earthquake. Three foundations covering Europe/Asia (Philanthropy Connections Foundation (PCF, Dutch), Global Action Coalition (GAC, USA) and Yogdaan Foundation Nepal (YFN, Nepal) today announced the launch of partnership to raise funds and awareness of efforts for reconstructing earthquake impacted … On April 25, 2015, the magnitude 7.8 Gorkha earthquake struck near Kathmandu in central Nepal, killing about 9,000 people and injuring thousands. International Medical Corps is responding to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that rocked Nepal less than 50 miles from the capital of Kathmandu at 11:41am local time. Reports show at least 2,400 people have died and the death toll is expected to climb much higher as rescue efforts are still in the early stages. Since Nepal was struck in 2015 by two massive earthquakes that caused the widespread loss of life, injuries, and destruction, Direct Relief has responded as fast and expansively as possible to help survivors overcome the enormous challenges that exist, and help prevent the earthquakes’ tragic effects from claiming additional lives. A man injured in the 2015 earthquake When the earthquake struck Nepal in 2015, INF Nepal’s medics were first on the scene. On 25 April 2015, a massive 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal that left nearly 9,000 people dead and destroyed or damaged more than 850,000 homes.. Transport and communications were severely disrupted. A devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck northern Nepal, on April 25, 2015, injuring over 22,000 people and killing over 8,000 1 in addition to causing significant infrastructure damage. We show that the data are consistent with the … We use 21 strong motion recordings from Nepal and India for the 25 April 2015 moment magnitude (MW) 7.8 Gorkha, Nepal, earthquake together with the extensive macroseismic intensity data set presented by Martin et al. Volunteers use a growing digital toolkit to chart passable roads and structurally sound buildings after the quake. Support The Guardian Available for everyone, funded by readers Contribute Subscribe Contribute ... Nepal earthquake 2015 This article is more than 5 years old.

South Asia News: KATHMANDU: A significant number of educational institutions and health facilities destroyed in the devastating 2015 earthquake in Nepal are still awai.

It damaged or destroyed more than 600,000 buildings in the area and its initial shock and magnitude 7.3 aftershock were felt … The Guardian - Back to home. (Seism Res Lett 87:957–962, 2015) to analyse the distribution of ground motions at near-field and regional distances. 1 JUNE 2015 “Culture through Compassion” – Let’s rebuild Nepal, one family at a time. Thanks to INF/UK supporters, we’ve continued to support partners working alongside the worst-hit communities, helping them rebuild their lives and forge better futures. The last large earthquake to hit Nepal, a magnitude-8.2 earthquake in 1934, destroyed Kathmandu, as did a magnitude-7.6 earthquake in 183."