- Professionals and Researchers from UK and Nepal observe physical and social impacts of the Gorkha Earthquake 2015 and subsequent landslides
- Community Volunteers from Lalitpur trained on Search and Rescue Operation
- Community Frontliners trained on Disaster Risk Management under the collaborative effort of Shapla Neer, SOUP and NSET
- Building Back Better and Safer School: Plan Nepal and NSET working with Public Schools under DFAT supported program
- NSET clarifies the Confusion and Misunderstanding created by a recent News; NSET's Commitment on Financial Integrity Unwavering
- Demonstration Project on Disaster Education commenced in Nuwakot district
- 32 Masons trained in a remote village in Nepal with Durham University Alumni support
- Shake Table Demonstration on brick masonry building held in Nuwakot
- First Shake table program organized at Dhading District
- NEPAL MARKED 19TH EARTHQUAKE SAFETY DAY WITH PROGRAMS NATIONWIDE
Community Frontliners trained on Disaster Risk Management under the collaborative effort of Shapla Neer, SOUP and NSET
One more group of community leaders, social workers and volunteers from Kathmandu and Lalitpur cities has got trained on Disaster Risk Management. 3-Day Training Program on Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) conducted during February 26-28, 2017 at Tamrakar Samaj, Jawalakhel. The program was held as a collaborative effort of Shapla Neer Nepal and Society for Urban Poor (SOUP) and technically supported by National Society for Earthquake Technology-Nepal (NSET). Total 24 participants (17 females and 7 male) were from Community Disaster Risk Management Committees (CDMC), Tole Health Promoter (THP), Youth Volunteer and Social Mobilizer from the Wards 12 and 21 of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) and Wards 7, 8 and 17 of Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City (LSMC).
Speaking on the occasion, participant Ms. Shraddha Mishra of KMC-21 shared her feelings that the training was effective and also informed that this training had encouraged the participants in understanding the earthquake risks and prepare the community for better preparedness. Participant Mr. Suman Maharjan from LSMC-8 mentioned that the training helped increase knowledge on various aspects of Disaster Risk Management.
The Session Chair, Mr. Mahendra Shakya from SOUP also stressed for sharing the ideas and knowledge gained to disseminate among others. Mr. Shakya showed his satisfaction to see the new lot of trained people in our communities.