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  • International Federation of the Red Cross rescue workers carrying an injured person in Kathmandu, Nepal, 25 April 2015. (AAP)Source: AAP
On Sunday Oxfam had 60 people working in Nepal with emergency packs to treat the water that could be contaminated after the earthquake. The organisation is focusing on the access to clean water, providing kits that include water solutions to treat the contaminated water and make it drinkable.
By
Rajish Aryal / SBS Radio Nepali

27 Apr 2015 - 5:51 PM  UPDATED 27 Apr 2015 - 5:53 PM

The last reports indicate that more than 3,300 poeple have died in the massive earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday 25th April.

On Monday the National Emergency Operation Centre has informed the number of injured is more than 6,500.

 

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