BASF provides assistance to earthquake victims in

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BASF provides assistance to earthquake victims in Nepal

BASF provides assistance to earthquake victims in Nepal

May 4, 2015 as a supplement to the national graphene Research Institute

[China paint information] after the devastating earthquake and aftershock hit Nepal this week, the Executive Board of BASF Europe immediately decided to donate 200000 euros for disaster relief. The money will be donated to BASF Stiftung, a German based charity, which will carry out relief operations with the World Food Programme and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to provide emergency assistance to earthquake victims in Nepal

donations will be mainly used to purchase emergency supplies, food, drinking water and medical assistance

ganshangjie, member of the Executive Board of BASF Europe, said: "we express our deepest sympathy and condolences to the victims of the earthquake in Nepal. Every minute after the disaster is crucial, and BASF hopes to make its own contribution to the rescue work. 1. Operating procedures"

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