UNICEF, the United Nation program dedicated to helping children in developing countries, is currently “mobilizing an urgent response to meet the needs of children” affected by the Nepal disaster, and is working to deliver water purification tablets, hygiene kits and nutrition supplies to those in need.
To know more, please visit UNICEF.
Operation USA, an LA-based international relief agency, has had operations in Nepal since the mid-1980s and has a four-star rating on Charity Navigator. As per the statement of CEO of Operation USA-“We are arranging to send replacement equipment to hospitals in Nepal to restore capacity as soon as possible.”
To know more, please visit Operation USA.
Save the Children is an international NGO dedicated to promoting children’s rights and providing relief and support to children in developing countries. It has set up a Nepal fund to protect vulnerable children and provide desperately needed relief to families. Ten percent of the funds collected will go to prepare for the next disaster.
To know more, please download this PDF Save the Children.
The Seva Foundation is a US-based nonprofit known for its work treating blindness. It has a long-running presence in Nepal and has set up an emergency relief fund for the victims of earthquake.
To know more, please visit Seva Foundation.
World Help is Christian faith based humanitarian organization that works in the developing world, and has a four-star rating on Charity Navigator. According to a post on their site detailing their Nepal Earthquake Disaster Relief, they have a “broad network of partners” and a team on the ground that is focused on delivering urgent aid, including water, food, bedding and medical supplies.
To know more, please visit World Help.