Donations from the UK appeal to help the victims of the Nepalese earthquake have reached £50 million.
The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) launched the Nepal Earthquake Appeal to help aid agencies reach an estimated 310,000 people, providing help in more than 60 villages, camps and towns. DEC chief executive Saleh Saeed expressed his gratitude for the £50 million that has been donated so far.
"We are extremely grateful for the extraordinary generosity of the UK public," he said. "Despite the immense challenges facing those affected and relief efforts, the response continues to grow day by day."
The death toll from the 7.8 magnitude quake has now passed 8,000.
Four men trapped under as much as 10 foot of rubble after the Nepal earthquake were rescued when NASA technology sensed their heartbeats.
One medical worker told ITV News it was like 'entering your worst nightmare' as they tried to help look after the injured.