During times of disasters, the Corporate Citizenship Center serves as a liason between the local communities and organizations impacted and the business community to help coordinate and track response and relief efforts.
Nearly 4,000 people have died and more than 7,000 injured following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal on Saturday. News reports suggest this is the worst earthquake to strike Nepal in at least 80 years. The capital city of Katmandu was severely affected, and remote areas near the epicenter are feared to be totally destroyed. Local and international rescue teams are looking for survivors as relief organizations assist people in need.
View the Corporate Aid Tracker, which documents the business community's support of those affected by the earthquake in Nepal. If your business is involved in response efforts, please use this form to submit information.
Join our Nepal Earthquake Coordination Call on Wednesday, April 28 at 1:00 p.m. ET. The call will focus on coordination efforts on the ground and how the response process will be structured over the days ahead. Register here to receive call-in information.
- United Nations Relief Web Nepal Page
- United Nations Relief Web Giving Guide
- UN OCHA Business Guide to the Flash Appeal for the Nepa
- USAID Map of Affected Areas
- USAID Nepal Information Page
- USAID Center for International Disaster Information Nepal Page
- USAID Center for International Disaster Information Donation Guidelines
- CNN's List of Responding Organizations
- InterAction's List of Responding Organizations