Nepal Flood Relief Fund 2017

Nepal Flood 2017

Heavy rains since Friday, August 11, 2017, have left large portions of 21 districts extending from East to West Nepal under flood waters, causing deaths, displacing thousands, and affecting normal lives of villagers in the country’s low-lying areas of Terai. More than 48,000 homes have been submerged and a total of 91 people have lost their lives so far due to floods, landslides and inundations caused by the recent torrential rainfall. This number is expected to increase due to high risk of health hazards caused by scarcity of safe drinking water and medical supplies in the affected areas. Your support will go a long way in helping as many families as possible and will help prevent further loss of life.

During this time of crisis, Iowa Nepalese Association is collecting funds to support recent flood and landslide victims in Nepal. We request you all to help. We are committed to keep our funds extremely transparent, to keep you all updated about the money raised, and our support activities to regularly. Please click on the donate button below to contribute.

If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us.

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Iowa Nepalese  Association is a non profit organization with the primary goal to share and promote Nepalese life and culture in Iowa. This website not only focus on the organization and its activities, but also provides a glance to Nepalese life in Iowa. There are comparatively small number of Nepalese living in Iowa. Most of them lives  in Des Moines, which is the capital of Iowa. Others live in the Quad Cities, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Fairfield, Ames, Pella, Indianola, Grinnel, Cedar Falls, Dubuque and Decorah. Nepalese living all over these cities come together and celebrate various occasions throughout the year in peace and harmony.