Earthquake Safe Communities in Nepal

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NSET completes 28 years of its Journey

National Society for Earthquake Technology-Nepal (NSET) has completed 28 years of its institutional journey. Established on June 18, 1993 with the mission to enhance seismic safety of Nepali communities and also contribute to building disaster resilient communities, NSET observes the day as 'A Day to Reaffirm the Commitments to Earthquake Safety".

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NSET's efforts towards responding to Gorkha Earthquake 2015

 

Information Gathering/Dissemination and Media Coordination

Development of Situation Maps

Damage Assessments of Critical Facilities

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Event Highlights

NSET and PES Rescue 1122 conduct PEER TFI Pakistan

National Society for Earthquake Technology-Nepal (NSET) in collaboration with Punjab Emergency Service (PES) Rescue 1122, is conducting the... DetailDetail

“The month of March concluded a series of three Trainings on Earthquake Damage Assessment of Buildings, organized by British Embassy Kathmandu with technical support from NSET-Nepal.

British Ambassador to Nepal, Her Excellency, Nicola Pollitt, speaking in the closing ceremony, congratulated the participants of the training while... DetailDetail

DUDBC and NSET sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to continue and enhance collaborative efforts on aspects of resilient urban development

Nepal Government’s Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC) and National Society for Earthquake Technology- Nepal... DetailDetail

International Webinar focuses on DRRM at Cities and Lessons Learnt from Responding to COVID-19

A two-day International Webinar organized by CityNet Nepal National Chapter has focused on various aspects of "Disaster Risk Reduction and... DetailDetail

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Major Program

PEER Stage 04

Program for Enhancement of Emergency Response

Baliyo Ghar

Baliyo Ghar

NSSP

Nepal Safer Schools Projects

TESREC

Technical Support for Resilient Community

R-ILM

Risk Informed Landside Management in Nepal's Hill Area

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