Disaster relief organizations, some of which have been working in Nepal for many years, have mobilized efforts to get humanitarian aid to one of the world’s poorest countries after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck early Saturday morning. Hampering search and rescue efforts was a 6.7-magnitiude aftershock on Sunday. Almost 4,000 people have been killed according to the latest estimates.
The International Committee of the Red Cross has set up a people finder for family members to locate loved ones in the epicenter zone. Google has also launched a person finder for earthquake victims.