Tibeto-Burman peoples were hardest hit as they tend to inhabit the higher slopes of mountains as opposed to the central valleys and are less educated and connected. This time neither the government has any emergency services nor other organizations has.
The Indian continent is driven under Tibet, pushing lightweight sediments upwards and thus the formation of the Himalayas.
There are no orthopedic services there, and the injured people will probably be evacuated to Kathmandu. In Ilam, the earthquake displaced around 1, families.
These teams will also work on the identification of people who have not yet been assisted and provide them with any care they need—both in terms of rehabilitation and basic needs.
These operations could take place in Nuwakot and Rasuwa districts. There was a heavy loss of lives and livestock.
Mobile teams: Once deployed, these teams will keep track of the people who leave the hospitals, and will soon try to go back to their homes. That is why JCYCN as a non-governmental, non-profit making organization wants to help at the places affected by earthquake.
There are no records of human or livestock casualties.