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26 Apr 2015 | Centres

Nepal earthquake: update on team members and services:

Following the devastating earthquake in Nepal, we have been able to contact around 75% of our staff. Most are well, we know of only one fatality of a staff family member and minor injuries thus far.

The following information has been gathered via contact with team members in Kathmandu and other parts of Nepal, following Saturday’s devastating earthquake and aftershocks.

We have been able to contact around 75% of our staff. Most are well, we know of only one fatality of a staff family member and minor injuries thus far. The senior management team of Marie Stopes International Nepal are working hard to determine the status of the remaining quarter.

We have more reports of damage to homes and buildings, although our main...

Following the devastating earthquake in Nepal, we have been able to contact around 75% of our staff. Most are well, we know of only one fatality of a staff family member and minor injuries thus far.

Nepal earthquake: update on team members and services:

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