The recent earthquake in Nepal took the lives of over 4,000 people, and continues to impact almost 5 million more. Relief efforts are underway, and there are several ways you can help, too.

As rescue teams dig through the rubble in Kathmandu looking for survivors, aid groups have yet to reach the many remote mountain villages devastated and struggling to cope, 6abc.com reports.

GlobalGiving's Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund
GlobalGiving provides emergency supplies including food, water and shelter to victims through a network of local Nepalese nonprofits and international aid organizations.
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Red Cross
The Nepal Red Cross Society and the International Committee of the Red Cross are presently responding to "restoring family links needs in the areas affected by the earthquake in Nepal." The NRCS is also "providing first aid, search and rescue, blood to medical facilities in the capital and support to first responders, and American Red Cross "field assessment teams will be arriving in country soon to obtain a more accurate assessment of the destruction."
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UNICEF
The U.N. children's agency is prepping cargo flights with a combined 120 tons of humanitarian goods including medical and hospital supplies, tens and blankets. The urgent airlift will be sent to Kathmandu, where the supplies will provide relief for nearly 1 million children in Nepal in need of help, the group added.
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World Food Program
WFP is actively assessing the earthquake's damage and working to "help the millions affected" by providing food.
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Doctors Without Borders
Doctors Without Borders/Mdecins Sans Frontires (MSF) is sending eight surgical and medical teams to provide assistance and emergency supplies.
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CARE
CARE's emergency response teams specialize in providing life-saving food, water, shelter and health care.
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OXFAM International
OXFAM will supply clean water and hygiene equipment to thousands of displaced survivors following the earthquake. The group added it will start building sanitation facilities in partnership with UNICEF.
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Samaritans Purse
The Christian aid organization has deployed a disaster relief team and initial supplies for 15,000 households to support partner hospitals.
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