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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

  • Livable Cities: Open Discussion and Documentary Screening

    ‘The Human Scale’ documentary was screened and open discussion session was organized on rebuilding our city livable, resilient and sustainable, as a part of Clean Energy Nepal continuous effort to make cities sustainable and livable. Around 70 participants from government, non-government, institutions, urban planners, students and media gathered on 17th July 2015.


  • Transitional Shelter Training

    As a part of Earthquake Response and Recovery Action, Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) with its supporting partner Christian Aid organized two days Transitional shelter training from 12th to 13th June for 78 local people including masons of Thulopakhar V.D.C of Sindhupalchowk district with the aim of promoting and ensuring safe, healthy and earthquake resistant shelters,.


  • Appreciation Letter to DIGP for the Directive to its Traffic Personnel to Use Public Transport

    Visited Metropolitan Traffic Police Division and thanked DIGP Jaya Bahadur Chand for the directive to its traffic personnel to use public transport every Friday for commuting to office.


  • Stakeholder Meeting on Automotive Fuel Economy Initiative

    To promote nationally appropriate automotive fuel economy policies in Nepal, the Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) and Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN) with support from The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) organized a stakeholder meeting on Automotive Fuel Economy Initiative in Kathmandu on 6th March 2015.


  • Consultation on “Low Carbon Economic Development Strategy (LCEDS) for Nepal” held

    A Consultation Workshop on “Low Carbon Economic Development Strategy (LCEDS) for Nepal” was held in Kathmandu on 2nd February 2015. The consultation workshop was held in response to the 15 days public notice released by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (MoSTE) on 18th January 2015. Around 41 participants from various organizations, Institutions and development agencies participated in the consultation workshop.


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Livable Cities: Open Discussion and Documentary Screening
Clean Energy Nepal is organizing an open discussion session on rebuilding our city livable, resilient and sustainable, as a part of continuous effort to make cities sustainable and livable. The discussion will be focused on public spaces, urban settlements and regeneration, mobility and other urban infrastructures.


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