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The Project “Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Act 2074 in policies and programmes of Provincial and Local Government" supported by OXFAM is ongoing in HCG. The overall objective of this project is to strengthen knowledge and capacity of provincial and local government representatives on the need and importance of mainstreaming issues, by-laws and guidelines in province and local level policies, plans and programs. The duration of the project is from June 2018 till March 2019.

After the successful endorsement of DRRM Act, HCG is determined to strengthen knowledge and capacity of provincial and local government representatives for mainstreaming by-laws and guidelines in province and local level policies. 

  • Workshop and discussion programs with federal and provincial parliamentarians for mainstreaming by-laws and guidelines in provincial and federal policies.
  • Orientation and policy dialogue with local government representatives for mainstreaming by-laws and guidelines in local level policies.
  • Knowledge sharing and national consultation among the stakeholders working on disaster regarding the importance and way forward in relation to the DRRM Act 2074.

The Project “Mainstreaming DRR issues in policies and programmes of local/ national governments” supported by OXFAM was implemented through HCG. The overall objective of this project was to strengthen the knowledge and capacity of CSO and local governmental representatives on the need and importance of mainstreaming DRR issues in local level policies, plans and programmes. The duration of the project was from April 2017 to March 2018.

The project for the Construction of a Shelter-Community Center in Dhading District was supported by The Embassy of Japan in Nepal. HCG successfully constructed the community shelter in Kalleri, Dhading and handed over to the local government. The project duration was from March 2017- March 2018.

 

The Project "Strengthened capacity and systems for disaster preparedness and emergency responses in line with the National Guidelines for disaster Munli, Ghodasain and Payal VDCs of Achham District by 2017" was supported by UNDP.

School Construction Project of Shree Rastriya Higher Secondary School located at Shankharapur Municipality-15, Indrayani, Kathmandu, with the financial support of  AEON 1% Club Foundation, Japan. The project duration was from July 2016 to March 2017.

The Project “Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance” supported by OXFAM was implemented through HCG. The overall objective of this project was to improve disaster governance in Nepal through the enactment of National Disaster Risk Management Act. The duration of the project was from April 2016 to March 2017.

  • Workshop and discussion programs with parliamentarians for strengthening Disaster risk governance
  • Workshop and discussion programs with local leaders for strengthening Disaster risk governance and preparing disaster leader
  • Knowledge sharing programs with disaster experts and how to incorporate scientific finding in disaster mitigation policy
  • Organize training to understand the mechanism of disaster and how to mitigate the problems

Collaborative Research and Activity with Ehime University Centre for Disaster Risk Management Informatics Research (July 2015 - June 2017)

  • The scientific and societal survey in Kathmandu valley to determine the effects of the Gorkha Earthquake
  • Prepare seismic microzonation map of Kathmandu valley and determine the soil structure interaction in Kathmandu
  • Field visit for damage assessment in Sindhupalchok, Gorkha and Dolakha area

      Collaborative Research and Activity with Kagawa University for landslide hazard management. (June 2014 –May 2017)

  •     Prepare a national database of landslide induced by rainfall and earthquake
  •     Prepare landslide hazard map of Nepal in regional and watershed scale
  •     Disseminate the results through workshop and open access maps

      The program “Bipad Ra Bikash" (An Initiative for Resilient Development)” started on November 10, 2014 and run for one year (2015 November). The program mainly focuses on different development and disaster-related issues and activities. This program is broadcasted every Monday at 9:30 PM for 25 minutes and rebroadcasted on Tuesday at 3:30 PM which will be informative in all aspects. It includes report presentations, site reporting, tips regarding practices to prevent natural disasters and interviews with experts. At present, it is suspended for a while and will restore soon.

Sunday the 20th. Himalaya Conservation Group