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In the wake of the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal and surrounding areas in India and Tibet, TI Nepal executive director Ashish Thapa assesses what should be done to ensure aid reaches those in need and is not diverted or misused by those in power.

The devastating earthquake that hit Nepal and surrounding areas in India and Tibet just before noon local time on Saturday, has killed over 5,000 and is estimated to affect over 8 million people in the region.

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