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CAMPAIGN RAISES 50000 he Global Visionary Fund and Section XX Asia Pacific sector initiated email campaigns to raise funds towards the earthquake relief efforts in Nepal. The Asia Pacific sector campaign was headed by Dr. William Cheung Chairman of Humanitarian Projects in Section XX Asia Pacific Dr. KC How Councilor and President of Section XX Asia Pacific and Secretary General Dr. John Hinterman. Donations were collected for the cause from May through August which raised US 50000 from the Modern Dental Laboratory Henry Schein World Dental Education Foundation Ltd. Imperial Dental Specialist Centre of Malaysia Region 31 Vietnam Section IX Philippines individual Fellows across the Asia Pacific countries and other ICD Sections. NE PA L ASIA PACIFIC LEADERS LR Dr. KC How International Councilor of Section XX Asia Pacic sector and Dr. William Cheung Chairman of Humanitarian Projects Asia Pacitic sector. EARTHQUAKE ONE FELLOWS STORY The former dental ofce of Fellow Sudin Shakya struck by the rst earthquake and then destroyed by the second. ellow Dr. Sudin Shakya resides and works in Ne- pal where two major earthquakes struck in 2015. Dr. Shakya practices orthodontic treatment on the fourth floor of the Omkaar Polyclinic along with several other general practitioners. The first earthquake on April 25 hit the building and the second on May 12 caused the entire building to collapse and all equipment to be destroyed. Temporarily the patients of the Omkaar Polyclinic were being general practitioners. F T referred to two other dental clinics nearby. Dr. Shakyas family and nearby friends and colleagues were held up under tents around the area for days following the second earthquake as many tremors and aftershocks continued to occur. The community worked together to cook for each other and provide shelter to those affected. After suffering from minor injuries and mental anxiety Dr. Shakyas family survived the disaster experience and is now okay. A new building has been acquired for the Omkaar Polyclinic and the recovery process is in full fledge. IMPACT T H E G LO B E 2 0 1 6 Journal of the International College of Dentists 2 1