She donated 250,000 masks to Hubei
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- When she heard that China had suffered from the novel coronavirus pneumonia, the Nepalese Sudi and his relatives and friends raised 250,000 masks and sent them to Hubei.
Five years ago, Nepal was hit by the 8.1 earthquake, and the Sudi family received selfless assistance from the Chinese people. Five years later, China is fighting against the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia, and she has grown into a pharmacy owner in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu. After knowing the situation, at the end of January this year, she began to organize drugstore staff and relatives and friends to quickly raise 250,000 masks through purchasing.
Since February 1, 2020, she has successively flied to Chengdu, Guangzhou and other places free of charge through Yunda, Nepal Company, Air China, China Southern Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, etc., and then sent to Hubei Charity Federation through land channels, and then sent to all parts of Hubei urgently.
Although the masks raised this time are not N95 masks, they all have three layers of protection function, which are enough to be used for ordinary protection. She will continue to raise money. “I will never forget that the Chinese helped us. In this special period, I hope to be able to help China,” Sudi said. (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)