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Rotary New Zealand - Response to Nepal Earthquakes

Rotary New Zealand - Response to Nepal Earthquakes


Rotary New Zealand continue to monitor the situation in Nepal following the Earthquake on 25 April 2015 and which will now include the regions affected by the Earthquake of 13 May 2015.

With respected Rotarians in Nepal who have had associations with Rotary Clubs in New Zealand over many years, donors can be confident that their money will be managed with utmost integrity, accountability and reporting.

They continue to have dialogue with people from New Zealand on the ground. “The terrain and weather conditions in Nepal are such that there are demands most people who haven’t visited there cannot imagine” their spokesperson said.

Rotary New Zealand’s response will be with reconstruction and rehabilitation phase and they are in contact with a number of New Zealand Rotary clubs who have partnered with clubs in Nepal over many years with good outcomes.

Rotary is proud of the community to community partnerships between New Zealand and Nepal. They will work also with them also in the coming months. The public of New Zealand are responding to its appeal. Those who still wish to make their donation should do it now which will enable them to assess the level of activities that they will support.

Four Donation options are:

At any Westpac Branch or by Internet Banking Quoting 03 1702 0192208 01 Ref. 0999

Paypal at – www.rnzwcs.org

Give a Little at - https://givealittle.co.nz/org/rnzwcs/share

Cheque to RNZWCS Limited
PO Box 20309
Christchurch 8543


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