Project Completion Report

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Earthquake Risk Reduction and Recovery Preparedness Programme for Nepal

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Major activities

  • Assessment of program municipalities in terms of Earthquake Risk and vulnerability
  • Preparation of Guidelines and training manuals
  • Preparation and dissemination of IEC Materials on earthquake awareness and safe construction practices

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Construction of Earthquake Safer Buildings

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  • The minimum depth of foundation should be up to 1500 mm. 
  • Foundation should not be laid on filling soil and should goes up to original firm soil. 
  • The thickness at side of sloped footing should be minimum of 200 mm. 
  • If columns are located at property line of neighboring plot either combined fo....
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Earthquake Preparedness Planning for Family

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What to Do Before an Earthquake?

  • Fasten shelves securely to wall.
  • Hang heavy items such as pictures and mirrors away from beds, couches, and anywhere people use to sit.
  • Store breakable items such as bottled foods, glass, and ceramics in low, closed cabinets with latches.

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Earthquake Preparedness Planning for Family

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What to Do During an Earthquake?

  • DROP to the ground; take COVER by getting under a sturdy table or other piece of furniture; and HOLD ON until the shaking stops. Move only a few steps to a nearby safe place. Stay indoors until the shaking stops. Make sure that its safe to exit. In a high-rise building, expect the fire alar....
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Construction of Earthquake Safer Buildings

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Reinforcement bars at bottom should not be lapped at mid span of beam and should be lapped at edges 600 mm away from column faces.
Reinforcement bars at top should be lapped at mid 1/3 of span of beam.
The lapping length should be 60 times the diameter of reinforcement bars (for concrete mix 1:2:4). The spacing of vertical stir....
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Construction of Earthquake Safer Buildings

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For Load Bearing Wall System Buildings up to three stories

For one storied building, the recommended size of foundations are as follows:

  • Width 750 mm and depth 800 mm for brick masonry with cement mortar.
  • Width 750 mm and depth 800 mm for stone masonry in cement mortar.
  • Width 850 mm and depth 80....
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Project Activity : Booklet

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This project is a part of a fi ve country regional programme in South Asia that seeks to support regional cooperation through knowledge sharing and development of best practices in the context of the SAARC Comprehensive Framework on Disaster Management agreed in February 2006.
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Instruction for constructing earthquake resistant Building

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Instructions for constructing a three stories garowala earthquake resistant building
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Instruction for constructing a earthquake resistant piller building

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Instruction for constructing a earthquake resistant piller building
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ERRRP Poster

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Government of Nepal
Ministry of Physical Planning and Works
Earthquake Risk Reduction and Recovery Preparedness Program for Nepal
(UNDP/ERRRP-Project: NEP/07/010)
Department of Urban Development and Building Construction
Babar Mahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Ph. (977-1) 4262474


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ERRRP Booklet Final

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(Earthquake Risk Reduction and Recovery Preparedness Programme for Nepal)

(UNDP/ ERRRP-Project: NEP/07/010)


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ERRRP Brochure

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The program is designed in the context of the International Recovery Platform (IRP) for the fulfillment of the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) 2005-2015: Building the resilience of nations and communities to disaster. Taking into account, the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has developed risk reduction strategies based ....
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ERRRP Leaflet

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Implementing Organizations and it's role

This being a National Implementation (NIM) project of UNDP, the implementation responsibility of the project will be with the Government of Nepal. From the perspective of project management the following government organizations will be involved :-