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The hype around the battle of generations popped with a foot blister for the young Korean, nothing has been touched in the 16 points agenda. when it hit the armored vehicle he was travelling in on Sept.IDEAS Mark Edwards is the co-founder of Upstream USA, It was also a not-too-subtle suggestion that they need to find a way for those Republicans who traditionally support research to demonstrate their support for the cause despite a trillion-dollar budget deficit. 5. given the camp’s proximity to the Eurotunnel An estimated 4000 people live in the camp according to the Associated Press French authorities said that between 800 and 1000 people were affected by the demolition while human rights groups said that 3000 people were affectedAt least three activists were arrested during the demolition according to the AP but no one was injuredIDEAS Ravi Kumar is the co-founder of Code for Nepal an initiative working to increase digital literacy and use of open data in Nepal On April 25 a devastating earthquake struck Nepal To date more than 7500 have lost their lives and the death toll is still climbing Many Nepalis myself included had an idea that this tragedy was coming Experts had warned that a powerful earthquake in Kathmandu Valley could kill 100000 people and injure 300000 more I convinced my parents not to move to Kathmandu from Janakpur a small town southeast of the capital for these very reasons On the day the earthquake hit after finding out that relatives and friends in Kathmandu Valley were alive I worked to connect volunteers and people affected by the quake using low-tech solutions including a Google Doc and social media As I helped crowdsource resources and needs and read reports from the ground it became apparent that there was little relief available for villages outside of Kathmandu Valley When we look at the data coming out of the disaster so far it’s clear that these villages need relief too For Nepal to recover the delivery of aid should be driven by the evidence on the ground and socio-economic data If Nepals history is any guide we know that people with connections and power have access to most of the resources especially during times of crisis Given Nepals history of nepotism and tribalism its imperative that aid is delivered to those who are most affected by the disaster rather than any other criteria The data show that villages outside the Kathmandu Valley need aid the most not just based on the lives lost and houses destroyed by this disaster but also because historically people in the villages had less to start with Witness the Aftermath of Nepal’s Devastating Earthquake A Nepalese boy stands amid earthquake damage in the ancient city of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 28 2015 three days after a 78-magnitude earthquake had hit the country Adam Ferguson for TIME A Nepalese man carries recovered belongings through the streets of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME People stand on top of a damaged building in Durbar Square in Kathmandu April 26 2015 The historic Durbar Square a UNESCO world heritage site was severely damaged in the earthquake Adam Ferguson for TIME A group of Hindu Nepalese women mourn the loss of four family members who were killed in the earthquake at the site of funeral pyres on the river of Kathmandu April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A crowd watches Indian forces excavating collapsed apartments looking for bodies and survivors in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese forces excavate the Dharahara tower in Kathmandu April 26 2015 The building a UNESCO world heritage site was severely damaged in the earthquake Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese people flee buildings during an aftershock in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Indian and Nepalese forces attempt to identify a body after it was recovered from a collapsed restaurant in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A Hindu Nepalese man tends to a funeral pyre built for a person killed in the earthquake on the river in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese forces excavate the Dharahara tower in Kathmandu April 26 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese forces clear fallen bamboo from ruins in Durbar Square Kathmandu April 26 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese children walk through the street in the ancient city of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Workers repair power lines in Kathmandu April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Indian and Nepalese forces excavate a body from collapsed apartments in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese people retrieve belongings from damaged homes in Bhaktapur Kathmandu Valley April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese women mourn relatives lost in the earthquake in Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME People walk through the damaged streets in the ancient city of Bhaktapur Kathmandu Valley April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A displaced Nepalese family takes shelter in a tent in a Kathmandu park April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A mother looks at her son who was injured in the earthquake at the Nepal and India Trauma Center in Kathmandu April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Emergency rescue workers clear debris and search for survivors in Katmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A body recovered from a collapsed restaurant in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A Nepalese man tends to a funeral pyre built for a person killed in the earthquake on the river in Kathmandu April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A funeral pyre built for a person killed in the earthquake on the river in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME 1 of 23 Advertisement The majority of Nepalis (80%) live in villages Their voices are rarely heard because they often lack the means of voicing their needs due to illiteracy and poor Internet penetration in these remote areas For instance in Nuwakot a district about 60 miles northwest of Kathmandu about 45000 houses have reportedly been destroyed or damaged According to Nepal’s 2011 census there are about 59000 households in that district That means that potentially only one in four houses are left intact in Nuwakot Yet only about 1300 people in the district have been reported injured by the earthquakea figure that’s likely underreported Even after four days villages in Nuwakot had not received much help Distance from the capital and the lack of a powerful advocate have likely made it harder for the people of Nuwakot to receive aid Less than 60% of the population is literate and more than 20% live in poverty To stop similar scenarios from becoming the norm we must let data guide where aid goes so that those in areas of high need are reached At Code for Nepal an initiative that aims to increase digital literacy and encourage the use of open data we have been regularly updating an interactive map of the effects of Nepals earthquake It uses district-level data to show injury tolls death counts and houses damaged to determine where aid is needed the most Letting politics and nepotism guide aid will compound the natural disaster with a human one It would increase inequality in Nepal already one of the most unequal societies in the world Before the disaster according to the latest Nepal living-standard survey the top 10% of Nepal’s population took up about 40% of the income Data will not only make aid effective but it will also help us detect failures and prepare us for another potential disaster My country can no longer afford to be guided by centuries-old traditions of paternalism fear and nepotism We are in shock fearful for our future and full of raw emotion but we must be intelligent and bold If we deliver aid based on where it is needed our buildings will rise again And so will our nation We have no other choices but to recover rise and rebuild Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors 2016 9:33 AM ET | Originally published: Feb 29, who does not discriminate but also the only governor that has taken the welfare of the trader into high consideration in the state. 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