Earthquake Safe Communities in Nepal

28 more TFI graduates added, Baliyo Ghar Program accomplishes 4 TFIs

With the completion of 4th series of Training for Instructors (TFI), 28 more TFI graduates have been added under Baliyo Ghar Program. Engineers and Social Development Officers engaged in post-earthquake activities benefited from the training. The training was held at TEWA Center, Dhapakhel, Lalitpur during 30 July - 3 August, 2018.

Mr. Krishna Prasad Dawadee, Joint Secretary and Spokesperson of National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) and Mr. Surya Narayan Shrestha, Executive Director of NSET including Dr. Ramesh Guragain, Deputy Executive Director of NSET handed the certificates of completion to the TFI graduates.

Addressing Closing Ceremony of the training course, Mr. Duwadee urged participants to transfer the knowledge and skills gained through training. He said, "Till this training all of you were merely an individual human resource, but from today you have been like a resource producer, who now should focus on transferring the knowledge and skills for betterment in the post-earthquake activities."

Mr. Shrestha congratulated all the graduates and requested them to implement the skills in trainings, orientations and other reconstruction activities. 28 participants ( 11 females and 17 males) from different backgrounds and representing different organizations including DUDBC, HRRP, NSET, Earthquake Safety Solutions (ESS), and a cooperative organization based in Thankot, Ktm have enhanced their specific personal skills.

TFI is a rigorous 5-day instructor development course. The purpose of the course is to provide the participants with a training methodology and specific personal skills that will assist them in improving their knowledge and skills to develop, present and manage effective training programs.

Earlier 83 TFI graduates were produced from 3 such trainings. 1 more TFI has been planned in the life of Baliyo Ghar Program.

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