The leading role of party organization
Veterans did rescue work in Wenchuan earthquake aid Tibet
Border soldiers rescue injured patients
Photos of quake-hit Tibetan areas
The 8.1-magnitude earthquake in Nepal jolted parts of Tibet, including Xigaze and Ngari, in the north of the Himalayas, leaving 26 people dead, three missing and 856 injured. About 2,700 houses have been toppled down, and nearly 40,000 houses and monasteries were damaged.
Relief work in Tibet began immediately after the quake. At present, 63,989 people who were evacuated have been well accommodated with safe food and drinking water and medical treatment. Power supply and telecommunication service were being resumed.
People from hospitals, schools, police forces, government departments and etc. are devoting theirselves to the earthquake relief work. They are heroes!
To eliminate the earthquake shadow and help children recover rapidly, Gyirong Border Check Point’s Sonam Tseshi, a three-level psychological consultant, invites these primary school students to come to the camp to have psychological counseling...
Frontier soldier Zhang Gaoyong who is injured because of saving a Tibetan child in the earthquake, has had a successful operation in Chengdu and now has been transferred to the rehabilitation period...
A 7.9-magnitude quake shook Nepal at 2:11 p.m. (Beijing Time) on Saturday, killing at least 4,555 people. The quake also strongly affected Gyirong County in Xigaze City...
Up to now, 10 ambulances, 48 doctors and nurses, 4 batches of medical supplies, more than 500 medical workers and 200,000 yuan donation have been sent to quake-hit areas.