CARE to distribute emergency shelter kits to 30, 000 people over the next month
“When I felt the earth shaking on the day of earthquake, I could hear my neighbors screaming and running here and there. While everyone was either trying to get out of their house or trying to find a cover, I was struggling even to stand up.
Lex Kassenberg, CARE Nepal’s country director, gave an on-the-ground update of CARE’s response to the Nepal Earthquake on The Takeaway.
Kathmandu, NEPAL (April 28, 2015) — International aid agency CARE plans to distribute emergency shelter and hygiene kits this week to nearly 2,500 vulnerable people impacted by the earthquake in Nepal.
CARE’s Santosh Sharma tells The Los Angeles Times about the early impact of the Nepal earthquake: “People have been pooling their resources together, but there will soon be problems with food a
Helene Gayle, president and CEO of CARE, tells CNN what CARE teams are doing to assess the situation on the ground in Nepal.