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the wait continues one week since a devastating seven point eight magnitude earthquake struck in the pool residents of a remote mountain community desperate for aids reuters reporter crystal found a pair in this mountain community about forty kilometers outside kathmandu entire families have lost their houses and livelihoods , relief has yet to reach this part of the regions and local people say they are in dire need of food and shelter , just one does raid links them to the rest of the country aid organization plan international reached the area to assess the community's needs , in the case of mark one to be a focusing on modulus community such as tom ang because we believe that these are the kind of communities that are in dire need of food and shelter and other essential help and these are the communities better help hasn't really reached the organization estimates fifty five thousand people have been affected with ten thousand houses either entirely destroyed or unsafe to livin in the village of thick hell over two hundred houses have been completely destroys joy r. kumar tim tongues house is one of them he his wife and four children now sheriff tents with two other families back here any of us living here is hard now i had expected help and assistance from somebody or some organization but it hasn't come and i am quite upset to hear when he's in assam as people in the community are slowly receiving tends to build