Nepalese people in the Border region are still coming to terms with the devastating earthquake, which struck Nepal on Saturday.
There are an estimated 200 Nepalese people in Cumbria, and many of them have lost loved ones.
In Dumfries and Galloway, the ROKPA UK charity, based at Samye Ling Monastery and Tibetan Centre, have also had bad news.
The children's home they run in Nepal has been badly damaged, and the children are currently sleeping outside.
Greg Hoare has been to find out how communities in the region have been affected by the earthquake.
Last year, Buddhist monk Dr Choje Akong Rinpoche was killed in China.
As co-founder of the Samye Ling Tibetan Monastery in Eskdalemuir - the largest of its kind in Europe - he's remembered fondly by people in Dumfries and Galloway.
Prayers are being heard at the Samye Ling Tibetan Centre in Eskdalemuir, to remember the Buddhist Monastery's co-founder.
Akong Rinpoche was killed along with two others in the Chinese city of Chengdu, a year ago. He was reported to have been stabbed to death.
Further tributes have been paid to the founder of the Samye Ling Tibetan monastery, in Eskdalemuir in Dumfriesshire.
Akong Rinpoche was attacked and killed with two others in China last month.
His body has been cremated at a remote site in Tibet, where photographs of the ceremony have been posted on the monastery's Facebook site.
The Facebook group reports that two days after the cremation, there was a very localised fall of snow considered to be highly auspicious.
Among the comments is one describing it as 'fittingly beautiful', and another which says Rinpoche was 'inspiring even in death.'