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natalie city slickers heading out of town to help out their own a group of volunteers from the capital katmandu bringing shell sets of villages who lost their homes in the devastating earthquake on april twenty fifth bamboo frames a rigged up in the shape of tennis and covered with large flags and banners taken from the capital most of them adverts or movie posters post by shockey i came up with a plan to teach villages how to take care of themselves gandy's radiant sentiment involved so we didn't get it and market , so i have to do so alternativo tinsel i plan like when i was a scout , so i remember i admit when we went to camp gambari limited hours since the united nations says shelter is essential for those without houses especially with monsoon season right around the corner twenty eight million people have been affected by the quake with at least two million urgently needing tents food and medicine , in the capital scenes of devastation all round cleanup teams are doing what they can to shift the rubble and life is slowly returning to normal but many residents are still on edge their main fear aftershocks , and , i think it it also , latest numbers from the nepalese government more than seventy seven hundred people killed in the massive quake injuries upwards of sixteen thousand