Monthly Archives: May 2015

  • Nepal SAC blog

    Nepal’s children await sponsorship

    May 27, 2015 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

    High among the peaks of the Himalayas along the Nepal border, communities of ethnic Tibetans live. Their homes sit at 10,000 to 20,000 feet above sea level, in pockets of mountains often accessible only by foot. Snow seals off some of these enclaves completely in winter.  Here, life for children is centered on survival, not … Read more

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    Massive Aftershock Hits Nepal

    May 12, 2015 | Partners International

    A massive 7.3 magnitude aftershock hit Nepal today, terrorizing a population already jittery from the first 7.8-magnitude quake on April 25. It’s reported that at least 42 people were killed and more than 1,117 injured so far.  Here are some updates from our ministry partners in area: “Recent earthquake once again terrorized the people of … Read more

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    Aftermath of the earthquake: needs abound, help begins

    May 7, 2015 | Larry D. Andrews, President & CEO

    . GIVE NOW . As our partner ministries have traveled to outlying villages that dot the Himalayas in Nepal, they have encountered a sense of hopelessness at every level. The people’s needs are overwhelming, all encompassing. The list is a set of echoes that blur together with their magnitude and frequency. They have no food. … Read more

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    Sponsored children still unaccounted for, five days after quake

    May 4, 2015 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

    From Reaching Himalayas Center, Sponsor a Child Coordinator “I have never been in this kind of crisis. It is very much painful and heartbreaking. Some of my relatives and church members got hurt, and they have lost their dear ones. Please continue pray for me and my family as well as my relatives and church … Read more

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    Relief is just the beginning

    May 1, 2015 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

      By Alli Wyman, Partners International writer/graphic designer To be clear, if you give $50,000 to Partners International for Nepal, we will not go out and buy $50,000 worth of water bottles and give them out tomorrow. Here is why: Disaster response works best when we all take the roles we are trained and equipped for. … Read more