Jagrit Child and Youth Concern Nepal (JCYCN) in collaboration with Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO), Nepal Asian Resource Foundation- Nepal IMAN and other national and international organizations have continued its relief distribution to the earthquake victims of Gorkha earthquake. Until date, it has distributed relief materials to 5000 households of various 50 different places including Rasuwa, Gorkha, Nuwakot, Kathmandu, Kirtipur, Sindupalchok, Kavre, Ramechap and Nawalparasi. The relief package included Tarpaulin, food items, clothes, mosquito nets and blankets. In the mean time, it has managed to remove debris of five schools and 5 houses completely destroyed by the earthquake and have coordinated to rebuild 10 houses. Additionally, it had organized health camps at various parts of the affected areas with health checkups of 1000 affected residents and has provided psychosocial awareness to 5000 of the affected populace with 50 psychosocial trainers. In the initiation of JCYCN it has been able to provide 12 wheel chairs to Dolakha district hospital Dolakha, 5 wheel chairs to Sahid Memorial Hospital Kathmandu and constructed 2 temporary learning centres for child development centres at Dudachaur of Sindupalchok district.
In coordination with the Ministry of Youth and Sports, JCYCN has been able to mobilize 200 youth volunteers in the earthquake rescue and relief operation. In addition, it has coordinated to provide medical support of approximate NRs. 10 million to the Ministry of Health and population and has provided educational support to 300 earthquake-affected children.