Nepal Earthquake Child

Nepal Earthquake Children's Appeal

A devastating 7.9 earthquake has hit Nepal affecting the area around the capital city of Kathmandu. Buildings have been toppled and roads and infrastructure destroyed so communications are down but we already know that the earthquake was deadly with international news agencies reporting over 3,000 deaths. Forty-two percent of the population in Nepal is under 18 years of age and children are always the most vulnerable in an emergency.

UNICEF has been working in Nepal since the 1960s. We are on the ground now and are working to meet the needs of the children, men and women affected. As the situation develops we are keeping our promise to Nepal’s children to always be there for them — in this emergency and every day.

UNICEF has prepositioned supplies, including water purification tablets, hygiene kits, tarpaulins and nutrition supplies, and is working with government and other partners to meet children’s immediate needs in the areas of water and sanitation, child protection, health and nutrition.

We’re calling on Malaysians to support UNICEF today so we can respond to the evolving needs of this crisis. Please donate now!

Donations of RM50 and above are tax exempt under Section 44(6) of the Income Tax Act 1967.

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