The latest quake was centred about 76km (47 miles) east of Kathmandu, in a rural area close to the Chinese border.
If you want to help the people suffering the fallout of both these tragedies, then take a look below at what you can do right on your doorstep.
Get in touch with Skills and Care, based in Woolwich
Skills and Care director Bivek Shrestha has flown to Nepal to work with a team of nurses from Greenwich and volunteers.
On their appeal page, it says: "In Greenwich we have an estimated Nepalese population of at least 6,000 - our friends and our neighbours, who are all affected by this tragedy.
"We have been working with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Nepalese Nursing Association and Gurkha communities across Greenwich to coordinate a massive relief effort from here in Woolwich Town Hall.
"In one week, we have collected vital medical and relief supplies. Collected in Greenwich, delivered to Nepal."
Below you can see what Bivek has been doing to help:
Visit the Red Cross’ charity shop in Greenwich
The Red Cross are on the ground, helping people directly, but if you want to help them out, shopping at the Vanbrugh Park can go a little way towards funding their huge efforts.
Also, you can donate directly at redcross.org.uk.
Get in touch with Greenwich Council
The council is working directly with a number of charities and organisations to get aid to the worst hit areas.
There was a huge drive to collect items following the first earthquake, but the focus is now on raising money to ensure the items and aid gets to where it's needed.
Our very own estate managers Canary Wharf Group has already donated £3,000 to the appeal.
Click here to find out the latest action from the council and also to donate.
Eat at Royal Nepalese
The team will be hosting a charity dinner in the next few weeks, but while the manager is still in Nepal the details are yet to be finalised.
Get in touch or call in to the restaurant in Station Crescent, Blackheath for more details.