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Groundwater recharge using rainwater, a reliable and sustainable system to address increasing urban water demand of Kathmandu Valley

Groundwater recharge using rainwater, a reliable and sustainable system to address increasing urban water demand of Kathmandu Valley

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Groundwater has been one of the major sources of water for the people of Kathmandu valley since ages. Stone spouts and wells were commonly used means to get access to the groundwater in the valley. Before the introduction of piped household tap system in the Kathmandu Valley, the majority of people depended on either stone spouts or dug wells to fulfil their water need for household and drinking water purposes. (more…)
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Waste Trails: travelling with the household waste in Kathmandu

Waste Trails: travelling with the household waste in Kathmandu

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The South-Asian region, home to nearly one quarter of the worlds’ population, is witnessing fast urban growth, economic development and growing consumerism, resulting in a rapid increase of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) that is expected to nearly triple between 2010 and 2025. At the same time, MSW management remains inadequate, leading to a wide range of local environmental problems that accumulate to a wide reaching global environmental issue that calls for systematic local but also global solutions. (more…)
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Review, Lesson Learnt and Feedback on Cholera/AGE Prevention and Preparedness program – 2018

Review, Lesson Learnt and Feedback on Cholera/AGE Prevention and Preparedness program – 2018

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  On Poush 16, 2075 (December 31, 2018), Monday, at District Coordination Committee Hall, Babarmahal, Kathmandu, Centre for Integrated Urban Development (CIUD) organized a half day program on Review, Lesson Learnt and Feedback on Cholera/AGE Prevention and Preparedness program – 2018 and Way Forward with Health Officials of Kathmandu Metropolitan City. In the very cold day, the hot issues of waterborne diseases related with the human health made the warm environment among the participants.  (more…)
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Wonderful Learning through Child Centered Risk Mapping (CCRM) program

Wonderful Learning through Child Centered Risk Mapping (CCRM) program

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Child Centered Risk Mapping (CCRM) program is all about making children identify with the possible risk by oneself. There are lots of risks arising for the children day by day, not only the issue of big problems like kidnapping, rape, and other tortures, but the things which we ignore but later leads to the huge problem, which knowingly or unknowingly bring problem for the children.   Fear is the most dangerous things that we try to overcome. In some cases, we find minute fear but for some it becomes a huge risk for their lives. (more…)
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