Motherland Nepal in the joint venture of several organizations of Bay Area offers relief programs to Nepal Quake victims in various worst stricken districts.
Motherland Nepal in the joint venture of several organizations of Bay Area offers relief programs to Nepal Quake victims in various worst stricken districts. The Chairman founder of Motherland Nepal and Honorary Public Relation Representative of San Francisco for Nepal Tourism Board, Anil Pandey led the relief programs in association with Bay Area- The White Zone, Creative Club, Sunny Sagarmatha, Jana Samparka Samitee California and Pashupati Foundation Los Angeles in different impacted districts of nation. A team of six members was formed for the relief distribution, out of which four members medically assisted the Great Quake victims. The team reached to Palate and Bhotenamlang (Jointly with Jana Samparka Samitee Japan) of Sindhupalchowk, Khilla of Tanahu, Charikot of Dolakha and Nuwakot to distribute the relief packages to the quake victims. The first aid medical treatment was provided to 1, 500 people inhabiting in Sindhupalchowk for four days. The relief packages include various essential and basic requirements - rice, mats, blankets, tents and tarpaulins as well. The relief program in Bhotenamlang of Sindhupalchowk was carried out jointly with Jana Samparka Samitee Japan in the leadership of Balaram Shrestha. The team reaching to the quake hit districts offered relief materials to 25 households in Tanahu, 430 households in Sindhupalchowk, zinc sheets and foods in Tanahu for 25 families and also to 55 households in Nuwakot.