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Good to see paddlers helping out too:

Long term though, it is the work of the NGO's that will get the country back on its feet. Your outdoor resource!

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In the short term a very immediate response is required and, in the same way that the small boats helped and made a difference during the Dunkirk evacuation, all of these small groups will save lives. The longer term will of course need sustained effort which can only be provided by governments and NGOs.

Please, everyone, feel free to donate to anyone who will put your money to good use, the Nepalese people need it right now.

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