Social Charity Spy: Charities’ online response to the Nepal Earthquake
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Social Charity Spy: Charities’ online response to the Nepal Earthquake

1 May 2015

The Disasters Emergency Committee, ActionAid and Save the Children have been making full use of social media tools available to raise money and share information about the relief effort in Nepal following last week’s earthquake.

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Social Charity Spy: Charities’ online response to the Nepal Earthquake

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