Susma Pant, an employee of Deerwalk Services and a representative of Deerwalk Foundation visited Gajuri and Kumpur villages in Dhading, 85 km away from Kathmandu, and distributed a sum of NPR 60,000 to six persons who lost family members due to the earthquake. The recipients of the donation were: Bhim Bahadur Shrestha (Lost wife), Kamala Tamang (Lost daughter), Rajendra Shrestha (Lost son and wife), Thuli Maya Tamang (Lost father-in-law), Subash Pariyar (Lost sister) and Ram Lal Shrestha (Lost daughter). 34 houses in the two villages have been completely collapsed and the families are now homeless. The destruction and casualties in the neighboring villages is much more.
Some members of Deerwalk Foundation visited Nuwakot Earthquake for Impact Assessment. There were 6 of them and traveled on Motorbikes due to terrain. The place they visited were called Chauthe and Okharpauwa VDCs. The team spent considerable time meeting with local people in Thuldanda, Bhandarthumka, Dhungana gaon, Siudeni. Some of the answers they came up with was:
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Construction of temporary shed has become their first priority. They are also looking for food stuffs as the quantity they have will last only for two to three weeks.