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Earthquake Response: Restoring Hope

Earthquake Response: Restoring Hope

Clean Energy Nepal together with our partners have been providing emergency relief to the earthquake affected families after the mega earthquake of April 25, 2015. so far we have been able to reach more than 7200 families across 7 affected districts in Nepal. We distributed food and shelter kits in these areas and plan to help with temporary shelters and focused water and sanitation initiatives in the next phase. We are working with government of Nepal, Local government agencies, partners and Nepal Army in this relief effort.

  1. Earthquake Response: Restoring Hope

    Clean Energy Nepal together with our partners have been providing emergency relief to the earthquake affected families after the mega earthquake of April 25, 2015. so far we have been able to reach more than 7200 families across 7 affected districts in Nepal. We distributed food and shelter kits in these areas and plan to help with temporary shelters and focused water and sanitation initiatives in the next phase. We are working with government of Nepal, Local government agencies, partners and Nepal Army in this relief effort.

  2. Earthquake response: Restoring Hope

    Clean Energy Nepal together with our partners have been providing emergency relief to the earthquake affected families after the mega earthquake of April 25, 2015. so far we have been able to reach more than 7200 families across 7 affected districts in Nepal. We distributed food and shelter kits in these areas and plan to help with temporary shelters and focused water and sanitation initiatives in the next phase. We are working with government of Nepal, Local government agencies, partners and Nepal Army in this relief effort.

  3. Earthquake response: Restoring Hope

    Clean Energy Nepal together with our partners have been providing emergency relief to the earthquake affected families after the mega earthquake of April 25, 2015. so far we have been able to reach more than 7200 families across 7 affected districts in Nepal. We distributed food and shelter kits in these areas and plan to help with temporary shelters and focused water and sanitation initiatives in the next phase. We are working with government of Nepal, Local government agencies, partners and Nepal Army in this relief effort.

  4. Marking World Habitat Day 2013

    Clean Energy Nepal and UN-Habitat in collaboration with Department of Urban Development and Building Construction, Ministry of Urban Development organized various programs on 6th and 7th October to commemorate World Habitat (WHD) 2013. This year’s WHD theme is ‘Urban Mobility’ and various programs were organized to have policy discussions and sensitize public on sustainable urban mobility issues.

Event News

  • Campaign for Clean Air Rights

    The “Campaign for Clean Air Rights” led by a group of youth representing different organizations, civil entities, institutions and youth networks was kicked off on June 5th at Exhibition Road in front of Sabha Griha. Youths performed flash mob followed by a symbolic protest where the activists laid on the ground with mask on their face demanding urgent action against the hazardous and life threatening level of air pollution in Kathmandu Valley.


  • 5th Kathmandu Sustainable Urban Mobility Forum

    Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN), Clean Energy Nepal (CEN), in collaboration with Resource Center For Primary Health Care (RECPHEC) and Clean Air Asia(CAA ) jointly organized “5th Kathmandu Sustainable Urban Mobility Forum-an effort to ensure walking and cycling friendly environment”, on 18th May, 2016. The annual forum aims to bring the stakeholders together to initiate policy dialogue to enhance partnership and collaboration among stakeholders and to share initiatives and best practices on sustainable urban mobility and better air quality in the valley. This year the discussion was focused on need and importance of walking and cycling for better air quality.


  • Talk Program with Michael Northrop

    Clean Energy Nepal organized a Talk Program with Michael Northrop* on the Title: Why is Paris different than Kyoto! A US Perspective on 4th May, 2016at Sap Falcha, Babarmahal Kathmandu. The talk program was attended by 20 various distinguished personalities representing from academic institutions, civil society organizations and international organizations.


  • National Workshop on Roof Top Farming

    Clean Energy Nepal and Kathmandu Metropolitan City jointly organized a National Level Workshop on Roof Top Farming (RTF) in Hotel Himalaya on 29th February, 2016. The workshop was organized to share the outcomes of the project and conduct consultation on possibilities of RTF in Kathmandu.


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