Nepal urges better international aid coordination

Nepal has urged the world not to “dump” inappropriate aid on the earthquake-hit nation amid its logistics nightmare. Fights and looting have broken out as survivors cope with lack of clean water, food and medicine.

Nepal’s disaster management head Ram Kumar Dahal said on Wednesday only specific relief, such as such as tents, medics to treat quake injured, dry food and monetary donations, should be sent to the country as Kathmandu’s logistics network bottlenecks.

Officials of UN and other non-governmental agencies such as World Vision said destroyed roads left many in remote, devastated villages still cut off from assistance.
A spokesman for the Israeli rescue group Magnus said fights had broken out in the popular Rasuwa trekking area north of Kathmandu.
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