Thousands are dead or injured from the massive earthquake and aftershocks that shook Nepal and neighboring countries on April 25th. The quake, the worst in more than 80 years, struck just west of the capital of Kathmandu and destroyed towns and mountainous villages. The government of Nepal has officially requested international assistance and declared a state of emergency.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s (PDA) is providing emergency aid through our partnership with ACT Alliance. Members of ACT Alliance which have been working in Nepal for several years are on the ground and already working to assist many who have survived the quake, by distributing immediate life-saving supplies such as water, food, shelter and medication.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s Initial Report about the earthquake in Nepal.
Make a financial gift to relief work in Nepal through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.
Information about Nepal and the Presbyterians serving there.
Learn more about the work of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.