South Asian earthquake blogging highlights

As our South Asia editor Neha Viswanathan wrote yesterday, the Sea Eat bloggers who brought you up-to-date infromation about victims, relief efforts, and donation opportunities for the 2004 Tsunami are doing the same thing for the South Asian Earthquake with the South Asia Quake Help blog.

They're doing a fabulous job updating the news. They also have some useful links for things you can do to help:

Anand points to a list of organizations accepting donations for quake victims courtesy of Network for Good and Yahoo!

Dina has more links to organizations accepting donations. She also points to a peoplefinder site run by the Red Cross, for people seeking information about their missing loved ones.

Angelo tells us an organization called the Citizens Foundation will soon be documenting its relief efforts on its website. He also points to an appeal for volunteer doctors.

There is much, much more on the blog, and more is appearing all the time.


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