Earthquake Safe Communities in Nepal by 2020

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DUDBC and NSET sign MoU for more comprehensive efforts

Realizing the fact that Nepal lies in high earthquake prone zone and promoting earthquake resistant construction can appreciably reduce the losses from the potential threat; Nepal Government, Ministry of Urban Development, Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC) and National Society for Earthquake Technology – Nepal (NSET) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to exchange cooperation for more comprehensive efforts in strengthening build safer communities in Nepal.

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NSET trains masons & contractors on Earthquake...

As a part of NSET's Building Code Implementation Program in Municipalities of Nepal (BCIPN) , a five-day training program, ‘Earthquake Resistant Construction of Building Training For Masons... Detail 

Hotel Industry to enhance disaster resiliency

Discourse has been commenced to enhance the disaster resiliency of Nepal's Tourism Industry, especially the Hotel Industry, a major stake of national economy and considered to have the highest... Detail 

Bhimeswor Municipality taking initiative...

Bhimeswor Municipality conducted an interaction program on National Building Code implementation on 23 July 2014, at Bhimeshwar, Dolakha where the concerned stakeholders discussed on the... Detail 

Earthquake Orientation, Drill and Emergency...

The National Society for Earthquake Technology - Nepal (NSET) provided technical assistance to CIMMYT- International in order to train their Kathmandu central office staff and field staff in... Detail 

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Major Program

PEER

Program for Enhancement of Emergency Response

NERMP II

Nepal Earthquake Risk Management Program Stage II

3PERM

Promoting Public Private Partnership for Earthquake Risk Management

BCIPN

Building Code Implementation Program in Nepal (BCIPN)

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