PURE FOR NEPAL - CHARITY FOUNDATION

"I am very clear that nothing would mean anything if I didn't live a life of use to others, & help where I can. Many thanks for all the support" - Mag ik zo vrij zijn te stellen dat mijn leven geen betekenis heeft als ik anderen niet kan helpen. Mijn oprechte dank voor de cirkel van steun en barmhartigheid die jullie al gevormd hebben. Dit betekent enorm veel. Life is never predictable. Everyone of us who is happy today may fall on sorrow tomorrow. Support anyway you can. If you can't support then share this with your friends who can. Please do share. Help is needed."
Brigitta Callens
 

 

Tijdens de Kerstperiode gaat sowieso 10% van alle inkomsten integraal naar het goede doel "PURE FOR NEPAL" waarmee in Nepal minstens 3 weeshuizen ondersteund worden, en over het gehele land kinderen geholpen worden. 

Een project van uw yogadocent, Brigitta Callens, samen met een team van 100 personen ter plaatse waaronder het Leger.

Vele kinderen worden namelijk door criminele buitenlandse bendes nachts van straat 's gekidnapt en komen in de zware kindermishandeling terecht, van prostitutie tot drugs. Help ons hen te helpen. Uw steun is meer dan nodig.  Door alle terror in de wereld, worden deze kinderen vergeten, wat begrijpelijk maar bijzonder jammer is.  

 

De volgende missie naar Nepal vertrekt begin Januari 2018 

 

Er wordt zoals bij elke missie een video dagboek bijgehouden, zodat u weet dat uw giften correct terecht komen. Iedereen die mee helpt en doneert, wordt (indien gewenst) vermeld in het openbaar giftenboek. 

U mag deze Charity samenwerking ook meedelen in het belang van uw zaak en de steun die het met zich kan meebrengen.  

 

Tot (uiterlijk) 29 december 2017  kan u doneren voor de volgende missie (doneren kan uiteraard het ganse jaar door, maar voor deze missie, is er een limietdatum, om alles perfect te kunnen organiseren)

 

 

"PURE FOR NEPAL" (Charity-Foundation) 

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CHARITY FOUNDATION FOR HELPING VICTIMS of the Nepal earthquake of 2015. A severe earthquake struck near the city of Kathmandu in central Nepal on April 25, 2015. Several thousand people were killed; many thousands more were injured; and more than a half million structures in Kathmandu and other nearby towns were either damaged or destroyed. The earthquake was felt throughout central and eastern Nepal, much of the Ganges River plain in northern India, and northwestern Bangladesh, as well as in the southern parts of the Plateau of Tibet and western Bhutan.

 

The initial shock, which registered a moment magnitude of 7.8, struck shortly before noon local time (about 06:11 am Greenwich Mean Time). Its epicentre was about 21 miles (34 km) east-southeast of Lamjung and 48 miles (77 km) northwest of Kathmandu, and its focus was 9.3 miles (about 15 km) underground. Two large aftershocks, with magnitudes 6.6 and 6.7, shook the region within one hour of the main quake, and several dozen smaller aftershocks occurred in the region during the succeeding days. On May 12 a magnitude-7.3 aftershock struck some 76 km (47 miles) east-northeast of Kathmandu, killing more than 100 people and injuring nearly 1,900.

 

The earthquake and its aftershocks were the result of thrust faulting (i.e., compression-driven fracturing) in the Indus-Yarlung suture zone, a thin east-west region spanning roughly the length of the Himalayan ranges. The earthquake relieved compressional pressure between the Eurasian tectonic plate and the Indian section of the Indo-Australian Plate, which subducts (underthrusts) the Eurasian Plate. Subduction in the Himalayas occurs at an average rate of 1.6–2 inches (4–5 cm) annually. Such tectonic activity adds more than 0.4 inch (1 cm) to the height of the Himalayan mountains every year.

 

The Himalayan region is one of the most seismically active in the world, but large earthquakes have occurred there infrequently. Before the 2015 temblor, the most recent large earthquake (that is, magnitude 6.0 or above) took place in 1988. That magnitude-6.9 event resulted in the deaths of 1,500 people. A magnitude-8.0 earthquake in 1934, however, killed approximately 10,600 people.

 

Initial reports of casualties following the early-morning earthquake put the death toll in the hundreds, but, as the day wore on, reports had the total number of fatalities surpassing 1,000 and nearing 1,900 by the end of the day. 

 

The deaths of more than 8,300 people (which included fatalities in nearby parts of India, China, and Bangladesh) were confirmed, with nearly 18,000 injured and some 2.8 million people displaced by the earthquake.

 

"Pure for Nepal" is a Belgium organization, leaded by goodwill ambassadrice and ex-Miss Belgium Brigitta Callens. She is a yoga teacher and it's her way to fulfill her task to help the helpless, as a true yogini does.

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