Nepal earthquake: 1.4 million in urgent need
Nepal's worst earthquake in 80 years has affected eight million people - more than a quarter of the population.
The death toll has now reached 4,300 and 1.4 million require food aid, according to the United Nations.
However, it is feared that the death toll could reach 10,000 as countless bodies are still being pulled out from the rubble.
Water, food, electricity and shelter are urgently needed.
Human Appeal has arrived in Nepal and has a 20-strong emergency strategic partner on the ground whose priority in the first 72 hours was search and rescue. They have also carried out a needs assessment on the ground and as our teams join together, we will be looking to expand quick impact projects to maximise our impact. The priority now is on delivering emergency relief to those most affected.
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