ISMS Builds Homes for 125 Families Displaced by Nepal Earthquake

In April of this year an earthquake hit Nepal, killing more than 9,000 people and injuring more than 25,000.  It destroyed more than 1.5 million homes, displacing families and making many homeless.  Shortly after the earthquake,  Scott Hamilton, the VP of ISMS Operation Restore Vision, accompanied by  Daniel Byers, an accomplished videographer and friend of ISMS, traveled to Nepal to distribute medical supplies to temporary clinics and prefabricated shelters to dozens of families.

Part of their mission was to assess the situation on the ground so as to help us plan further assistance to the people of Nepal.   In his report, Mr. Hamilton recommended the purchase of materials to build homes for 125 families who are in dire need of shelter, particularly with the monsoon season approaching fast.  ISMS is proud to announce that we purchased and delivered the supplies needed to build the 125 homes for displaced families. We utilized our Emergency Fund to complete the purchase.  Your kind donation will help us replenish that fund and make it available for future disasters. Please show your support by donating.