UNCIEF Philippines
Young Sameer Sindai stands amid the rubble of his destroyed home in Dhading, one of 12 districts severely affected by Nepal’s massive earthquake. © UNICEF/NYHQ2015-1193/Panday
URGENT: On May 12, a second earthquake of 7.3 magnitude struck Nepal--a country still reeling from a 7.9 earthquake that claimed over 8,000 lives.
The first quake last April 25 affected 7 million people--1.7 million of them are children in need of urgent assistance. As search and rescue operations unfold in the aftermath of the second earthquake, UNICEF will be assessing in the coming days how many more children need to be reached and provided with critical aid.
We have been working around the clock to deliver more life-saving supplies to children since the first earthquake hit—which include tents, safe drinking water, hygiene kits, medical supplies, toilets, and more. You can still help.
Please consider donating now to help deliver urgent aid to children in Nepal. Every amount you donate makes a difference in providing more emergency aid on the ground.

can help provide 7 families with a month’s supply of clean drinking water
can help provide 15 people with essential hygiene items such as soap, towels, toothbrush & toothpaste, and water pails
can help provide a child-friendly space for children where they can feel safe and regain a sense of normalcy
Thank you very much for continuing to help children affected in emergencies!

Lotta Sylwander
Lotta Sylwander
Country Representative
UNICEF Philippines

If we raise more money than what is needed for this emergency, then funds will be used for similar future emergencies.
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United Nations Children’s Fund
P.O. Box 1076, Makati Central Post Office, Makati City, Philippines 1250
Telephone: (02) 758-1000 / 758-1442 | Facsimile: (02) 901-0195
Website: www.unicef.ph