Fifty-five masons in Charikot, Dolakha graduated from an earthquake-safe construction training today, following five days of intense instruction. The masons are the first of over 5,000 who will soon construct new buildings and retrofit old ones, with the purpose of helping people get back into their homes and reducing the risk of similar damage in future disasters. According to the Government of Nepal, the April 25 earthquake damaged more than 850,000 buildings in the 14 most-affected districts. This effort is designed to address the...
NSET's efforts towards responding to Gorkha Earthquake 2015
Shapla Neer Nepal and National Society for Earthquake Technology-Nepal (NSET) have started a joint effort on non-structural mitigation works in communities at Kathmandu – 10 and 34 Wards and... Detail
A team of US Congress Representatives visited Earthquake most hit areas of Sankhu, Kathmandu on August 19, 2015. The visiting representatives walked along the streets to city core areas worst hit... Detail
Consortium Nepal, an umbrella non-profit organization working for child participation in Nepal, commenced its four-day (14th – 17th August, 2015) residential Training-of-Trainers on Life... Detail
As the National Society for Earthquake Technology – Nepal (NSET) embarked on implementing the Program for Enhancement of Emergency Response (PEER) Stage 4 (2014-2019), NSET gathered senior... Detail
NSET Statement on Gorkha Earthquake
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