Our First Response Radio team arrived in the northern region on Wednesday and Radio Rasuwa was back on air in one hour! Praise God for technology and skilled people. Mike and the team produced live and interactive programmes from an old table outside the damaged station building. This sparked much interest from the community who are thrilled to be back in touch with their own nation, and to know that the world cares.

The team expect to be there for 4 days, training local staff to use radio for humanitarian relief.

Thank you for your prayers and donations.

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First Response Radio in Nepal broadcast from the street, to the streets!
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FRR team find devastation in Rasuwa. But back on air in 1 hour!

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