Encouraging Children for Better Life Leading Future towards New Dimension through Hand Washing - GLOBAL HAND WASHING DAY 2018

Posted: October 28, 2018
Suraj Shrestha

CIUD celebrated Global Hand Washing Day 2018 on 11th October 2018 in Wisdom English Academy; a private school located in Kalanki, for encouraging children for better life leading future towards new dimension through handwashing. The program was organized under the CIUD’s Urban Child-Centered Risk Mapping (U-CCRM) program which is being implemented in collaboration with Kathmandu Metropolitan City and UNICEF. 


Experts Pondered their Views on Municipal Waste Management in Urban Dabali

Posted: October 1, 2018

Celebrating this year’s World Habitat Day with the slogan ‘managing municipal solid waste’, CIUD and partners successfully organized Urban Dabali on September 28 at DUDBC hall in Babarmahal. In the presence of about one hundred audience, from different sectors including government and the private and the audience who were connected virtually (similar to webinar), the three speaker expressed their views and opinions on the municipal solid waste management from different angles through the power point presentations followed by the questions and answers.

Learning Enthusiasm of Middle-aged School Children of Urban Core on Child Centered Risk Mapping (CCRM)

Posted: September 10, 2018
Suraj Shrestha

The five-day Child Centered Risk Mapping (CCRM) program designed for the school students by CIUD, in collaboration with UNICEF Nepal, has been successfully conducted in two schools, Kumudini Kunj Secondary School and Jana Pravat Secondary School, both in Kathmandu Metropolitan City.



Engineers of Kathmandu Valley are trained on Masonry Building

Posted: August 1, 2018

CIUD in Collaboration with UN-Habitat successfully provided a comprehensive technical training on masonry building for the civil and structural engineers of the Kathmandu valley. With the key aim of preparing technical human resources for structure designing and analysis as well as supervising the actual implementation of the design in the traditional buildings, the five-day training was confined in the designing aspects of the masonry buildings with the depth analysis of structure system of load bearing buildings.

CIUD and Kirtipur Municipality Sign the Agreement to Work in Collaboration and Co-ordination

Posted: June 22, 2018

CIUD and Kirtipur Municipality Sign the Agreement to Work in Collaboration and Co-ordination with the view of achieving the organization's vision of promoting livable cities and to complement the development plans of Kirtipur municipality ,Mr. Ramesh Maharjan, Mayor, Kirtipur Municipality and Mr. Pushkar Shrestha, Executive Director, CIUD, signed the memorandum of understanding to work in various thematic areas like solid waste management, urban water management including rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharging, fecal sludge management, urban sanitation, public space management , heritage conservation and promotion and many similar urban issues.

CIUD Continues its Ventures on Rainwater Harvesting and Groundwater Recharging

Posted: June 12, 2018

CIUD Continues its Ventures on Rainwater Harvesting and Groundwater Recharging

Centre for Integrated Urban Development (CIUD) has completed yet another rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharging project in the Kathmandu valley. With the completion of the parts of the project in Underprivileged Children’s Educational Program (UCEP) Nepal, Sano Thimi, Bhaktapur, the project Rainwater Harvesting and Groundwater Recharge in Kathmandu Valley has been successfully implemented. The other part of the project was in Ranibari community forest in Ranibari.  The project, a joint initiative of The Coca-Cola Foundation, WaterAid Nepal and CIUD, has been considered as a role model of public private partnership and as an approach in the climate change adaptation in the urban water security.

Using Toilet is a Must Habit is What Kamala Says……………

Posted: May 21, 2018
Saheli Maharjan


Using Toilet is a Must Habit is What Kamala Says……………

52-years-old Kamala Shrestha is a single woman who has been living with her son and family in Pathichaur-2, Panauti Municipality for more than 3 decades after her marriage.

Accessibility of Clean Water and Sanitation: A Woman's Reason for a Happiness and for Well Being

Posted: May 15, 2018
Manashwi Shah

Sixty-years-old Maili Bharati is a single woman residing in Dhobikhola; ward no 2 of Godawari Municipality with her divorcee daughter and a grandson. She has been single for over 35 years. She raised her two daughters with all she had, doing labor works and farming, but she could not educate her daughters and she regrets it by saying, "If I had the support of my husband's family I could have sent my daughters to school and they wouldn't have to face the crisis and sorrow like me.

Designing Streets for People: Discussion on ‘Safer Streets for a Safer Nepal’

Posted: March 22, 2018

Urban Dabali is a platform created by Centre for Integrated Urban Development (CIUD) in 2010, where different urban issues are discussed. In continuation to this, to reach the wider ordinance Urban Dabali started electronic means of discussion programme, too.


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