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Clergy from the west side of Chicago are gearing up to provide assistance for the international humanitarian crisis in Nepal that stemmed from Saturday's earthquake.
World Vision is rushing supplies to those in need in Nepal, days after an earthquake hit the country, causing widespread death and damage. Approximately 4,000 lives have been lost and 8 million people have been affected by the quake.
World Vision has mobilized emergency response staff and supplies after a powerful 7.8 earthquake toppled buildings and triggered avalanches, killing thousands. We are responding to meet basic, urgent needs with temporary shelter, food, water, emergency health interventions and other vital aid.
As World Vision teams reached remote villages outside of Kathmandu, Nepal this morning, after days of trying, they found extensive damage and desperate need for basic survival supplies following Saturday's massive earthquake.
Following a massive 7.8 earthquake in Nepal, World Vision teams have traveling by vehicle and foot for hours to reach those in need.
Buildings collapsed and hundreds are dead in Nepal after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Saturday.