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Appeal of the Embassy for the Humanitarian Aid to the Earthquake victims of Nepal

A devastating earthquake of the magnitude of 7.8 richter scale struck Nepal on 25 April 2015 followed by series of aftershocks. The earthquake and its aftershocks have caused massive casualties of human lives and damages to physical properties in Nepal. In this context, the Government of Nepal has appealed to international community, individuals and organisations for humanitarian aids for immediate rescue and relief operations on the ground. 

 

Since the most effective and fastest way of sending humanitarian aid is in the form of financial aid, the Embassy would like to request all interested individuals and organisations, both Nepalese and foreign, to deposit or transfer their aid amounts to the following bank account of the Embassy, which has been opened for the purpose of transferring humanitarian aid to Nepal:   

 

Name of the Bank Account: Nepal Earthquake Relief and Rehabilitation Fund, Embassy of Nepal

Account Number: BE39 7350 4114 0819

BIC: KREDBEBB

Name of the Bank: KBC Bank

 

The Embassy will publish the details of the donors and the amounts collected in its website www.nepalembassybrussels.be The amount thus collected shall be transferred to the Prime Minister Disaster Relief Fund, the central disaster fund of Government of Nepal, which will be used to extend relief to the disaster victims as per the needs and priorities assessed by the Government of Nepal.