Deliver hope to Nepal:
Day of action and fundraising campaign
Join us in a day of fundraising and appreciation of the courage and perseverance of our friends in Nepal
Thursday, 4 June 2015
UNSW Kensington Campus – Library Lawn Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Nepalese students from the UNSW Action Group speak about the day the April 2015 earthquake hit their home land and the impact this has had on them, their families and the wider Nepalese community. The group is raising funds through the Australian Red Cross to provide water, shelter and reconstruction money to Nepal.
Cultural Performances, Photography Exhibition – Join us for an afternoon of a visual engagement on amazing Nepalese stories of strength and humanity, including Nepalese folk dancing.
BBQ and Bake sales – Enjoy tasty treats while making personal contributions to the Nepal earthquake relief efforts.
Bake sale and Photography exhibition
Introduction from UNSW Action Group followed by Nepalese cultural dances
Continuation of Nepalese cultural program
More than 8,500 people have been killed and many more injured by the two major earthquakes and subsequent tremors in Nepal.
Homes, buildings, roads and other important infrastructure have been destroyed leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, including many of the country’s 37,000 refugees.
U.N. officials have reported that millions of people remain in need of basic humanitarian assistance while the monsoon threatens to overwhelm the currently fragile transportation system and undermine ongoing aid efforts. (Source: time.com)
About UNSW Action Group for Nepal
The UNSW Action Group – started from the movement of UNSW Alliance against Ebola (UNSWAAE) in 2014 – is an organisation of students and staff at the UNSW School of Public Health and Community Medicine established to raise awareness and funds to support the efforts in various global public health crises.
Photos: Nepal Earthquake 2015, Kathmandu: Red Cross; Nepal flag: www.icons-land.com
Members of the UNSW Action Group dance on the UNSW library lawn as part of a day of action to raise funds for the Nepal earthquake victims
Ashmita Kharel dances on the UNSW library lawn
Please make a donation to the Red Cross Nepal Region Earthquake Appeal.
Nepal earthquake: 'A beautiful place that will rise again'