A team of Lions from the Lions Club of Pokhara Annapurna went to inspect the affected buildings in the Puranchaur village, Kaski. We have also provided relief materials, worth 150,000 rupees, to the Gorkha district. This district is 70km from Pokhara. This was coordinated by Lion Dr. Gopi Lal Shrestha.
We have provided 100 sets of relief materials to Pakuwa, in the Parbat district, which is 70km from Pokhara. This was worth 300,000 rupees. We have also provided thirty five sets of relief materials to the Gorkha district, which is also 70km from Pokhara (worth 100,000 rupees).
We have distributed 30,000 rupees worth of new clothes to the children who were accommodated at Kalawang Ghaderi Tamu Samaj, Birauta, Pokhara, following the quake.
A team of Lions went to inspect the affected buildings in Lahachowk village, Kaski.
We have distributed another truck of drinking water (worth 100,000 rupees). This truck went to Barpa Gorkha, from Pokhara.
We have distributed relief materials to the Lahachowk village, Kaski (worth 50,000 rupees).
We have organised skills training and cash donations for the earthquake victims at Tamu Chi Nepal, Pokhara (worth 30,000 rupees).
Our president, Lion Yadunath Adhikari, has distributed free drinking water to earthquake victims at the Western Regional Hospital, the Gandaki Medical College, the Manipal Teaching Hospital, The Jyoti Vocational Training Centre, the Kalabang Ghaderi Tamu Samaj and The Tamu Dhi Nepal, in Pokhara. The water was worth 200,000 rupees.
Now we are planning rebuilding projects, to rebuild school buildings, community buildings and individual houses and renovate drinking water systems. In the long term, we are planning to provide skills training, for industries such as farming, vegetable gardening, mushroom farming and livestock farming.