QATAR SENDS AID TO QUAKEHIT NEPAL
Aircraft laden with Qatari aid materials were sent from Doha, Qatar News Agency reported.
Two planes, each carrying, 60 tonnes of relief materials including food, medicines, power generators and tents, left for Kathmandu immediately after the severity of the situation on the group became clear. The aid was put together by the Permanent Committee for Rescue Works, Relief and Humanitarian Aid, headed by Lakhwiya. Two other aircraft were sent out a couple of days later with 120 tonnes of relief materials, in addition to a field hospital provided by Qatari Red Crescent to deliver medical aid to the affected people, according to the statement.