There are different problems when a country is facing a disaster. Food resources, Shelters, sanitation are the main ones. But there are other things too that play an essential role in, i.e., transportation.

As the country is suffering from such a situation, there might be individuals, group of people, organizations that want to be a helping hand in the relief program.

So, Leapfrog brought a strategy of providing free transportation services to all entities that are working for earthquake relief inside/outside Kathmandu valley.

They were able to dispatch 50 vehicles to 30 different places and managed to affect 31,125 people’s lives in 3 days. Being a software company, they were able to handle such a service even with limited resources.

They have provided a supporting hand to lots of helping hand. Their primary target was providing free transport facility, and they have volunteered in other relief programs as well whether it be with coordination to Engineers while inspecting houses or with medical teams with equipment.

They have touched many souls by their help. The whole IT sector is proud of its humanitarian activities.

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Mina Aryal is a Nepali tech journalist and media expert. She is currently the chief editor of ICT Frame, a leading online tech media outlet in Nepal that covers topics such as technology, business, and entrepreneurship. Aryal has been involved in the field of tech journalism for over a decade and has covered various topics such as internet governance, cybersecurity, e-commerce, and startup ecosystems. She has also been involved in organizing and promoting tech events in Nepal to bring together tech enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, and investors to discuss and collaborate on various topics related to the tech industry. Aryal is considered one of the most influential tech journalists in Nepal and has been recognized for her contributions to the field.