Lions have organised blood donations at regional hospitals, for those evacuated from the affected areas by Indian Army helicopters. We have also provided new clothes to those patients, who were brought in from their villages with only the bloodied clothes on their backs. Clothes have also gone to the earthquake victims having treatment at the Western Regional Hospital, Pokhara.
We have began collecting instant foods and drinking water, worth 300,000 rupees. These supplies have been delivered to the Pokhara airport, to be supplied to remote areas via helicopter. Our past president, Lion Sonam Sangpo, was the first Lion who was able to board the helicopter and distribute those foods to affected villages by his own hand.
We have also provided 30,000 rupees worth of bed sheets and blankets for the earthquake victims in care at the Western Regional Hospital and Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara.
Lion Sonam Sangpo, and other Lions, were at the airport to support the sending of relief materials to different locations in the Gorkha District. Our president, Lion Yedhunath Adhikari, along with other Lions, went to the Regional Hospital and provided 40,000 rupees worth of bedsheets and other clothes.
We have distributed one truck of drinking water from Pokhara to Kathmandu, for the hospitals in the valley. This water was worth 100,000 rupees. We have also coordinated the sending of tents and relief materials to Listi, Sindhupalchowk. These materials were donated by the Tibet Relief Fund, and are worth 270,000 rupees.