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 WTF, why is USA being cheap!! (only 1 million in aid)
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Posted on 04-27-15 12:14 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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The worlds richest country and they are only giving $1 million when other smaller countries have been sending in more than that

We should send out emails to US govt. offices and big corporations.
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Heres the response situation from wikipedia



  •  Algeria — According to Xinhua News Agency, Algeria has dispatched 70 relief workers, medicines, and other supplies to Nepal.[53]
  •  Australia — Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced an immediate AUD 5 million aid package of life-saving humanitarian support to Nepal consisting of 2.5 million to assist Australian non-government organisations, 2.0 million to support United Nations partners, and 0.5 million to support the Australian Red Cross.[54]
  •  Bangladesh — Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed profound shock at the loss of lives in the earthquake[55] and sent a BAF Lockheed C-130B aircraft with 10 tonnes of relief materials, including tents, dry food, water and blankets carrying a 34-member team consisting of 6 military medical teams and representatives of the Foreign Ministry. The plane later left the teams in Nepal and returned with 50 Bangladeshi citizens, including stranded women, minors and the visiting under-14 female football team.[56][57][58]
  •  Bhutan — Bhutanese Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay expressed his condolences and solidarity with the people of Nepal through social media. Economic Affairs Minister Norbu Wangchuk also conveyed condolences. Wangchuk said that the celebration of World Intellectual Property was to be suspended in solidarity with the people of Nepal. Wangchuk added that there had been no major damages in Bhutan. Bhutanese King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck will send a medical team of 63 people to Nepal.[59][60][61] Prime Minister Tobgay announced that Bhutan's National Flag would fly at half mast to mourn the loss of lives caused by the earthquake.[62]
  •  Brazil — The Brazilian Ministry of External Relations released a note expressing "deep sadness" and conveying its "condolences and solidarity to the families of the victims, the people and the Government of Nepal."[63]
  •  Canada — Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued a statement offering “heartfelt condolences to the people of Nepal and northern India” and “wish[ing] a speedy recovery to all those injured”. The statement clarified that Canadian officials in the region were “working with Nepalese and Indian authorities” to locate and ensure the safety of any Canadians in the area, while also “cooperat[ing] with international partners [to] assess the needs of the affected populations to determine how Canada may most effectively assist with the disaster. We mourn with the people of Nepal and India in the aftermath of this terrible natural disaster and offer our help and our prayers."[64] Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson said Canada is reaching out to provide help to the country. "Canada will do everything it can to assist" and is contributing CAD 5 million to the relief efforts, as well as deploying elements of the country's Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) to Nepal to assess how to best help with the situation.[65] A DART advance group, consisting of 30 experts, departed for Nepal on the evening of 26 April.[66] At least 388 Canadians were registered as being in Nepal at the time of the earthquake; the exact number is unclear since traveller registration with the Canadian government is voluntary.[67]
  •  China — Premier Li Keqiang sent messages of condolences to the Prime Minister of Nepal, Sushil Koirala, and pledged to offer assistance.[68] Xi Jinping, the President of China, sent his condolences to Nepalese President Ram Baran Yadav and pledged to offer assistance.[69] The China International Search and Rescue Team (CISAR) deployed 68 of its members, as well as 6 search and rescue dogs, to Nepal via chartered plane in the early morning of 26 April, Beijing time.[70][71][72] On 26 April, the Chinese government announced that it will provide CNY 20 million (USD 3.3 million) in humanitarian aid in the form of tents, blankets and generators.[73] The Chinese embassy in Nepal launched an emergency response mechanism to help with the Chinese nationals injured in the disaster.[74]
  •  Denmark — The government has sent DKK 5 million to Nepal, and Development Minister Mogens Jensen indicates that additional aid will likely be forthcoming. "It is a terrible situation for … one of the world's poorest countries", he observed, "Therefore it is important for us to be there with support and help". Jensen added that Denmark is "clearly ready to contribute more if there is a need for it". On top of the official aid, multiple Danish humanitarian organizations are in the process of raising funds for Nepal .[76]
  •  Egypt — Egypt's government expressed condolences to Nepal's government and people in an official statement, stressing that it stood with Nepal in its diversity, paid respect to the victims and wished the wounded people a rapid recovery.[77]
  •  Finland — The Finnish Red Cross has launched a fundraising campaign for Nepal, and is preparing to send a team of relief workers to the region.[78]
  •  France — On 25 April, the government of France expressed solidarity with the people and government of Nepal. A crisis centre was set up at France's Foreign Ministry, and a reinforcement team sent to New Delhi.[79] On 26 April 2015, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Laurent Fabius announced that an initial mission of 11 rescuers plus equipment and supplies was departing for Kathmandu that morning. Additional assistance would follow according to the needs and demands of local authorities and NGOs.[80]
  •  Germany — On the day of the quake, the government of Germany pledged to provide assistance.[81] On Sunday, a team of 52 German relief workers—including physicians, expert searchers, and multiple dog squads—will land in Nepal with a mobile medical treatment centre, according to International Search and Rescue Germany.[82]
  •  India — India was the first nation to respond to the crisis, by launching a full-fledged rescue and relief operation codenamed Operation Maitri (Operation Amity). Within 15 minutes of the quake,[83] Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded, directing immediate dispatch of relief and rescue teams, including medical team, to Nepal. By the same afternoon, ten teams from India's National Disaster Response Force, totaling 450 personnel and including several search and rescue dogs, had already arrived in Nepal; ten additional Indian Air Force planes soon departed to join them with further aid.[84] In the immediate aftermath of the quake, India sent 43 tons of relief material, including tents and food.[85] Prime Minister Modi spoke with Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and assured him of India's support and assistance.[86] The Indian Army sent a major general to Nepal to oversee the rescue and relief efforts. The Indian Air Force mobilised its Ilyushin Il-76, C-130J Hercules and C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft and Mi-17 helicopters for Operation Maitri. Up to eight Mi-17 helicopters are being used for missions such as air-dropping relief materials.[87][88] The Indian Air Force evacuated over 500 citizens from Nepal late Saturday through Sunday morning, and hundreds more on Sunday.[89][90] Ten flights were planned for Sunday. These would airlift army forward hospitals, teams of doctors, nurses, and paramedics, engineering task forces, water, food, National Disaster Response Force teams, medical personnel and equipment, blankets and tents.[91] Prime Minister Modi vowed to wipe the tears of every person in Nepal in his Mann Ki Baat address to the nation.[92] An Indian army mountaineering team recovered the bodies of 19 mountaineers from Everest base camp and rescued at least 61 stranded climbers from Mount Everest.[31][32][33] Indian Air Force helicopters reached Mount Everest on the morning of April 26 for rescue operations.[39] Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar announced that six more National Disaster Response Force teams would be sent to Nepal in the next 48 hours. He also announced that the aircraft sent to Nepal would not just rescue Indians, but citizens of other countries as well.[93] By Sunday end, India dispatched a further 10 tons of blankets, 50 tons of water, 22 tons of food items and 2 tons of medical supplies to Kathmandu. Nearly 1,000 National Disaster Response Force personnel were also pressed into service, and a "big evacuation" of Indian citizens was underway through the road route. The government deployed 35 buses to evacuate stranded Indians in Nepal via two routes - Sonauli and Raxaul - along the Indo-Nepal border. India started issuing goodwill visas to foreigners stranded in Nepal and mobilizing buses and ambulances to bring them to India by road.[94] Indian Railways shipped 100,000 (one lakh) bottles of drinking water via the Air Force to be delivered as part of the relief minister. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu later tweeted out that there were arrangements being made to supply 100,000 bottles every day.[95] Air India reduced fares on flights bound for Kathmandu from Delhi, Kolkata, Varanasi, and announced that it would also carry relief material on its flights.[96] By Monday morning, the Indian Air Force had evacuated 1935 Indian citizens from Nepal using 12 aircraft sorties.[97] Indian Army sources said six of 18 medical teams tasked to help with the relief efforts in Nepal had been deployed. The Indian Army was in the process of sending 10 engineer task forces with machinery to clear roads and debris. The troops have taken with them a further 10,000 blankets and 1,000 tents are on standby. The Indian army was also bringing oxygen cylinders for distribution to medical teams.[98]
  •  Indonesia — President Joko Widodo said that Indonesia will help Nepal as soon as the relief preparation complete, Indonesia will also sent Search and Rescue and Medical team to Nepal, when the Tribhuvan International Airport open for public again.[99]
  •  Iran — President Hassan Rouhani offered “sympathy and condolences” to the people of Nepal and to their President Ram Baran Yadav. Rouhani wished for a swift recovery of the injured and patience for the bereaved families.[100] Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham also expressed sympathy with the Nepalese government and nation over deadly earthquake that hit the country earlier in the day, offering condolences to the families of the victims and wishing immediate recovery to those injured in the disaster.[101] The Iranian Red Crescent Society declared its readiness to assist and to cooperate with the NRCS. The IRCS prepared a 40 ton humanitarian relief package to dispatch to Nepal; however, due to the critical conditions of the Kathmandu Airport, the package will be delivered through one of the neighboring countries.[102][103][104]
  •  Iraq — Iraq said they were working with Iraqi citizens in Nepal.[citation needed]
  •  Ireland — Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said that the families of at least 51 Irish citizens in Nepal could contact them and that they were working to contact the people.[105]
  •  Israel — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dispatched a search and rescue team that included physicians to Nepal, and expressed Israel's willingness to assist in any way possible.[106] Interior Minister Gilad Erdan also affirmed that Israel would assist the families of 24 surrogate babies, 9 of them born prematurely by evacuating them to India and flying them to Israel to continue necessary medical procedures.[107] On 26 April, two El Al Boeing 747-400 jumbo jets carrying an IDF search and rescue delegation, with medical elements and necessary equipment, were dispatched to Nepal. The return flights will carry survivors along with the surrogate infants.[108]
  •  Italy — The Foreign Ministry made 300,000 available for emergency aid to Nepal.[109]
  •  Japan — Within half a day of the quake, Japan's government had offered emergency assistance. The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) are sending 70 experts; they are scheduled to depart from Narita International Airport on 26 April, and will serve in Nepal for 7 days. The team includes experts from the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Police Agency, and JICA, along with rescuers, search and rescue dog handlers, communication specialists, physicians, and field coordinators. The Association of Medical Doctors of Asia (AMDA) and Shapla Neer announced on SNS that they have begun coordinating their emergency assistance.[110]
  •  South Korea — The spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry has extended its condolences to the families and victims of Nepal and pledged to immediately donate USD million, along with a possible rescue team dispatched to assist in rescue missions.[111]
  •  Kuwait — On 26 April, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait, contacted the Prime Minister of Nepal to express his sorrow over the devastation in the latter country, and convey wishes for rapid recovery. The Crown Prince of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and the Prime Minister, Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, sent similar messages.[112]
  •  Lithuania — President Dalia Grybauskaitė and Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius both offered their condolences and solidarity with the people of Nepal.[113][114] Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that there was at least 49 Lithuanian citizens in Nepal during the catastrophe and none of them were injured.[115][116]
  •  Malaysia — Foreign Minister Anifah Aman said his country was ready to extend assistance to Nepal once the access to the Tribhuvan International Airport been restored.[117] Later, Prime Minister Najib Razak announced that Malaysia will send 20 medical doctors from Mercy Malaysia along with a 30-man rescue team from the Special Malaysia Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team (SMART) with medicines and medical supplies to Kathmandu by C-130 aircraft. The aircraft will also standby there to evacuate all Malaysians in the region to Kuala Lumpur.[118]
  •  Mexico — On the day of the quake, the government of Mexico pledged to provide assistance.[81]
  •  Monaco — On the day of the quake, Monaco's government indicated that it planned to send aid to Nepal "in the coming hours".[109]
  •  Netherlands — The Dutch Urban Search and Rescue Team (USAR) has mobilized a 62-human and 8-dog contingent to send to Nepal; they will arrive, accompanied by a cohort of Dutch physicians, nurses, and engineers, as well as 5 tons of relief supplies, on 28 April. USAR is very highly experienced, and able to operate independently, so their presence does not deplete local sources of food, water, or shelter. The Netherlands' 4 million financial contribution is being managed by the Dutch Relief Alliance. Founded the day prior to the earthquake, the Alliance coordinates the efforts of Dutch aid agencies and humanitarian organizations in order to expedite the response to disasters.[119]
  •  New Zealand — New Zealand sent an initial NZD 1 million in humanitarian aid, and has mobilised 45 urban search and rescue technicians.[120]
  •  Norway — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicated that Norway would contribute NOK 30 million to Nepal.[121]
  •  Pakistan — In an immediate statement issued by the Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed "his deep shock at the reports of massive earthquake that has caused devastation in Nepal and Northern India this morning" and, on behalf of the government and people of Pakistan, expressed "heartfelt condolences and sympathies ... on the tragedy that has caused loss of precious lives and properties". The statement also indicated that Pakistan's diplomatic missions in India and Nepal had been directed "to approach their respective host governments to ascertain the damages caused and the requirement of relief assistance", while the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) of Pakistan stood by.[122] Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif held a telephone conversation with Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, offering humanitarian assistance following the midday earthquake.[123] Later that day, Pakistan announced that it was sending the PAF's four Lockheed C-130 planes packed with life-saving emergency equipment—including a 30-bed hospital, 2,000 military meals, 600 blankets, 200 tents, and other assorted relief items[124]—along with military emergency personnel including army doctors, medical staff, and the combined ERRA-NDMA's special search and rescue teams with sniffer dogs.[125]
  •  Philippines — The Philippine Red Cross will send staff and volunteers to Nepal in response to the earthquake.[126]
  •  Poland — Poland has sent 81 firefighters of the State Fire Service, 12 search and rescue dogs and 6 doctors of the Polish Center for International Aid.[127][128]
  •  Romania — President Klaus Iohannis expressed compassion and solidarity with the people affected by the earthquake in Nepal, stating that Romania joins the other countries of the world who have expressed solidarity with the authorities in Nepal and from the other countries affected by the earthquake.[129]
  •  Russia — President Vladimir Putin expressed condolences to the President of Nepal, Ram Baran Yadav, in connection with the loss of lives and destruction in various parts of Nepal due to the quake. Russia's Ministry for Emergency Situations offered aid to Nepal in addressing the aftermath of the earthquake,[130] and assembled a team of over 50 highly skilled rescue workers with "expansive experience of operations in … areas struck by earthquakes", including China, Haiti, and Turkey. The team was supplied with "top-notch equipment enabling it to work autonomously", and made ready to depart for Nepal "immediately".[131]
  •  Singapore — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong penned a letter of condolence to Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and dispatched a search and rescue team consisting of 55 members of the Singapore Civil Defence Force; officers from Singapore's police forces, including the Gurkha Contingent, also prepared to deploy disaster relief teams to the area. The government of Singapore "kick-started" the Singapore Red Cross' disaster relief drive with a contribution of SGD 100,000.[132]
  •  Spain — On the day of the quake, the government pledged to provide assistance.[81]
  •  South Africa — On 26 April, President Jacob Zuma sent his condolences to the people and government of Nepal.[133]
  •  Sri Lanka — The government of Sri Lanka took steps to provide emergency relief to those affected by the earthquake in Nepal. On 25 April, special Sri Lanka Air Force flights departed for Nepal with a stock of emergency relief supplies, along with groups of specialist physicians, other medical staff, and medicines.[134]
  •   Switzerland — On 26 April, a team of experts—including a physician, a building surveyor, and a water quality technician—were dispatched to Nepal, according to the Swiss Foreign Ministry.[135]
  •  Sweden — Sweden is giving USD 1.5 million to help with relief efforts in Nepal. It is also sending 60 search and rescue staff along with dogs to the region on Monday, the news agency TT reported. [136]
  •  Taiwan — The Republic of China government donated to Nepal in the wake of the earthquake. Executive Yuan spokesman Sun Lih-chyun has also expressed Taiwan's willingness to help with the rescue and research efforts in Nepal.[137]
  •  Turkey — Turkish Foreign Ministry offered its condolences to the Nepali people and government due to the losses in the earthquake and has launched efforts to provide humanitarian assistance to Nepal. Turkish aid agencies have sent a search and rescue team made up of 65 people to Nepal.[138]
  •  United Arab Emirates — On the day of the quake, UAE President Sheikh Khalifa sent his condolences to Nepalese President Ram Baran Yadav; the nation's Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, also conveyed his sympathies. On Sunday, the Ministry of Interior sent an 88-member search and rescue team to Nepal; the team is being led by the director of Abu Dhabi Civil Defence, Lt Col Mohammed Al Ansari, and will liaise with UN Disaster Assessment and Coordination staff on site. The Chairwoman of the General Women's Union, Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, donated DH 5 million towards relief to quake victims.[139]
  •  United Kingdom — Prime Minister David Cameron expressed condolences and offered assistance to Nepal.[140] On 25 April, the UK dispatched a team of humanitarian aid experts to the region, in order to determine the best approach to assisting those affected.[141] The UK also pledged £5 million in aid.[142]
  •  United States of America — The White House and Secretary of State John Kerry offered condolences and pledged to offer assistance. On the day of the quake, the U.S. sent aid and released $1 million and a disaster response team to assist with immediate needs.[143] Kerry stated that USAID was activating an urban search and rescue team.[144] On April 26, Urban Search and Rescue Virginia Task Force 1 from Fairfax County, Virginia was deployed to Nepal from the Dover Air Force Base.[145]
  •   Vatican CityPope Francis was offering prayers for the repose of the souls of the dead and for those injured as a result of the earthquake.[146][147]
  •  Venezuela — The government expressed its "deep sorrow" to victims in the powerful earthquake in Nepal and offered its expertise in rescue operations.[148]


  •  European Union — Commissioner Christos Stylianides ‏said the EU was closely following the situation and expressed solidarity.[149] Furthermore on 26 April, the European Commission announced that they have mobilised in its immediate response to the Nepal Earthquake. The Commission's emergency aid will go towards the most urgent needs in the worst affected areas, including clean water, medicine, emergency shelter and telecommunications. Along with this, the The EU Civil Protection Mechanism has been activated. Through it, Member States, including Belgium, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Poland and Sweden immediately offered urgently needed search and rescue teams, water purification systems and technical assistance.[150]
  •  United Nations — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon asserted that the UN is preparing for a big relief effort. Moreover, President of the Sixty-ninth session of the United Nations General Assembly Sam Kutesa also expressed his deep concern and sorrow over the devastation. The executive director of the UN Population Fund, Babatunde Osotimehin, also expressed his deepest sympathy to those affected by the earthquake, saying he was "shocked and saddened" and that the UNPF is ready to join efforts to assist Nepal.[151] On 26 April, the World Health Organization (WHO) disbursed four inter-agency emergency health kits to hospitals in Nepal; each kit contains medical supplies sufficient to meet the health needs of 10,000 people for three months. Additionally, WHO released USD 175,000 from the South-East Asia Regional Health Emergency Fund (SEARHEF) to Nepal's Ministry of Health and Population as an initial tranche of emergency health funding to address the immediate needs of victims.[152]

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Let us appreciate in heart how much we have received  from the US, rather than how much we have not received.

(Edited because it seems to be ungrateful to complain about the help we received)
Last edited: 27-Apr-15 10:03 AM

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If Nepalese were black, they would have send a lot more, not only that all the Hollywood actors would have come forward to help. George Clooney would have been the first. When there was earthquake in Japan, there was slow response by US. But, for some other countries such as Haiti, they were very quick to response with huge effort and huge amount. This is political correctness created by liberal hippie phuckers.
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I would love to see that whole 1 million dollar utilized, I heard all the aid supply has been halted inside the airport and I heard some merchant are selling blankets and food to those poor for 10X the normal price. Where is that 1 million dollar money when people in need cannot get one.
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Chillax, ingrates. This is standard procedure. As soon as local authorities declare an emergency, a certain amount is instantly made available, with a much larger aid package to follow.

But, please, just come out tell us cheap Americans how much we have to give y'all. Nobody likes aggressive panhandlers.
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This is said by a guy who post nothing but propaganda against America and Christainity. Please read all the past post from this guy, they are nothing but hatred towards America. Why the hell do you care now?
FYI, it is a protocol to begin with small amount and it will increase with the need.
Go back and do what you are good at - spreading hatred with your conspiracy theory.

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I agree 100% with what Solu123 has to say and I consider myself a "liberal hippie phucker". Almost all world leaders have mention Nepal earthquake one way or another but nothing from my beloved Obama so far, not even a small tweet.
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9 millions have been added on top. Update yourself. Oh wait. You are busy watching conspiracy theory website.
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That was not even USA donation...just an Embassy rebate from all the visa fee collected in couple days.

Obama is probably still giggling over his White House Dinner Jokes to himself.

The bottom line is that poor people only have each other and no one else.
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Nepali ko bani hera hera....
sadai arko le yo garena...
tyo desh le yo garyo..
yesle tyo bhanda badi garna sakena....
obama le kehi garena (kina obama bau ho nepali ko?)
1 million dollar le pugena bhanne matra ho???

aja samma india la gali gardai basyou (budda india ma janme ko bhanda jagada garena basyou)...apat pareko bela tya bata first ma help ayo...

Aba sadia arko lai dosh diyera arkako muk herera basne ki....afai help garna jane ho...
kina yesto magne para hami haru ko?
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Another 9 million dollar added bu US on top of initial 1 milllion just now.

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If nothin else, Hillary tweeted the first day about the disaster. I have always been adamant about black/white issues. They don't care about others. So be careful how much you get involved in supporting black issues. Trust me, black care less about us than white. Right now and for the future, go see how many of these rescue team and volunteers in Nepal that are from America are white and black. Don't have to go that far, set up a donation in your state for Nepal right now, you will see how many black will come forward compare o white. The bottom line is white people will have more sympathy and will know about Nepal. Foook Obama. He is no better than George Bush right now for Nepal and Nepali.
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नासले ठिक भन्यो | मलाई पनि त्येस्तै लाग्यो | रिड लाइ फेरी पनि धन्यबाद !
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talking about it does make a difference.....

Internet is getting scanned and report every second and they do watch what people are posting.

The point was to complain about 1 million dollar donation....the point was to be surprised and disgusted from the " greatest country of the world" to donate equal or lesser than one of the poorest and smallest in the world like Bhutan...

Be the greatest country by action and not by words....
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This is not time to complain who is giving what. $1M was for mobilization only, more will be coming ($9M just added). Besides, whatever we get, we should take it with appreciation, not complain about it.
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US government gives $132 Million to UNICEF every year. In the same manner US government give millions of dollars to Red Cross, Mercy Corps, Doctors Without Borders and dozens of other organizations. In total US is the number one (1) in the world to donate money and resources to charitable organisations. Total is in Billions.

US believes in helping through trusted and transparent organizations like UNICEF, red Cross Etc. In that way they are confident that the money reaches to the needy; not the government officials. They have learned that.

On top of that it adds more depending on the situation.

I hope this helps understand better.

Icanfly - (no more after the earthquake)


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