Baptist rescuers arrived home from Nepal with a six-month-old Hungarian little girl

Author: Főadmin Date: 2015. május 04., hétfő 11:52

The rescue team worked for six days at the earthquake-stricken area, whilst it was continuously in relations with the delegation of UN OCHA, the government of Nepal and its local partners. The five-member-group, including its American partners, with local volunteers, helped and provided medical care for 98 children and 166 adults in Kathmandu and the surrounding areas. The delegates of Rescue 24 brought 18 thousand euro in aid to the country, from which they purchased several hundred tents: 300 were distributed in the villages of the high mountains South from Kathmandu, and another 300 were given to the most deprived areas by local volunteers. The workers of Hungarian Baptist Aid (HBAid) allocated further assistance to the survivors, such as tons of lentils, rice and drinking water.
At the request of the family, with the technical help of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, HBAid’s special rescue team arrived with a Hungarian six-month-old little girl and with her Nepalese grandparents, who were stranded in the country due to the earthquake.



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