Joint Statement on April 25 2015 Earthquake in Nepal

इनेप्लिज २०७२ वैशाख १४ गते १२:१९ मा प्रकाशित

On April 25th 2015, Nepal was struck with a 7.9 magnitude earthquake. The initial devastation has been massive, with more than 1800 casualties reported thus far. We are greatly saddened and grieved by the loss of life and property caused by this devastating earthquake. Our hearts and minds go to Nepal at this trying and difficult moment.  At this very difficult time for Nepal, all of us must come together to help provide aid as quickly as possible.

In the immediate aftermath of this tragedy, our organizations have joined forces. We are in communication with international and local responders and government agencies to help facilitate the collective response, and have created a repository for various  relevant information at the following sites of the Nepali diaspora professional organizations:

America Nepal Medical Foundation (ANMF)
American Society of Nepalese Engineers (ASNEngr)
Computer Association of Nepal-USA (CAN-USA)

Non-Resident Nepali-USA (NRN-USA)

Association of Nepalis in the Americas (ANA)

Our organizations have also set up fundraisers to help those who have been impacted. Please visit any of the following links to make the donation, and encourage your friends and family to do the same. Please look into your company or university’s matching donation programs when making a donation.


100% of proceeds from your donation will be allocated to send aid to Nepal for rescue, relief, and rehabilitation. Please note that since you are donating for a cause to 501(c)(3) organization, you can deduct this donation from your taxes.


Mr. Khagendra G.C, President, Non Resident Nepali-USA (NRN-USA)
Mr. Roger Adhikari, President, Association of Nepalese in Americas (ANA)
Dr. Prakash Thapaliya, President, America Nepal Medical Foundation (ANMF)
Dr. Rajendra Shrestha, President, American Society of Nepalese Engineers (ASNEngr)
Mr. Pradeep Khanal, President, Computer Association of Nepal-USA (CAN-USA aka GNPN)