Community Revitalization

Psychosocial Training

Posted: August 4, 2016

A global experience shows that psychosocial support is crucial for the long-term recovery of earthquake survivors and their communities. Nepal is one of the highly earthquake vulnerable countries. After the earthquakes, Nepal started to see psychosocial support as one of the post-disaster priorities but felt the lack of proper training and counseling. 

Temporary Learning Centers (TLC)

Posted: August 4, 2016

“At least 950,000 children in Nepal will not be able to return to school, unless urgent action is taken to provide temporary learning spaces” – UNICEF, 2015

Temporary Learning Centers means building a safe space for children and youth of Nepal to continue their education. After the earthquake, schools were closed for months due to critical structural damages. Humanitarian aid agencies and officials report that over 8,000 schools are damages and unsafe for students and faculty to conduct classes; this means about one million children will not be able to attend school (OCHA, 2015).


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Head Office
Ward no-3, Gusingal,
Sanepa, Lalitpur District
GPO - 8975, EPC - 1916 Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: +977-1-5528226/5012611/5012612

Fax : +977-1-5012549


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Nala site office
Ward no-1, Yaputole,
Ugrachandi Nala VDC, Kavre District
Phone: +977-011-685828
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Kamalamai Site office
Ward no-11, Bhiman,
Kamalamai Municipality, Sindhuli District
Phone: +977-047-691871
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