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Presentation during National Workshop on DRR Innovation and Excellence in Nepal, 6/29/2010


  • 1.National workshop
    DRR Innovation and Excellence in Nepal
    29 June 2010
    SoalteeCrowne Plaza ,Kalimati Kathmandu
    School Earthquake Safety Program (SESP) of NSET : An effort of DRR Through Schools

Conditions of Public Schools(378 School Statistics out survey of 643 Schools)
3. 39.9 %
4. SESPObjectives
Assess seismic vulnerability of existing school buildings ,identify and implement measures to reduce the vulnerability through retrofitting of existing school buildings or construction of new school buildings.
Raise awareness and build capacity on earthquake risks and preparedness of teachers, students, parents, local and government officials and the local communities.
5. Components ofSESP
School Vulnerability Assessment
Seismic Retrofitting of Existing Structure/Earthquake Resistant Construction
Training & Orientation
School (Teacher & Students)
Earthquake Preparedness in school
6. Vulnerability Assessment
7. School improvement- Retrofitting/New construction
New Construction
8. Training & Orientation
Mason Training
Teacher Orientation
Student Orientation
9. Preparedness Plan
10. Preparedness Drill
11. Impacts & Good Practices
Formation of student Safety clubs
Base line survey & Vulnerability study
Orientation on DRR toneighboringSchool & community bymembers of Disaster Safety Club.
School Emergency Preparedness Plan
Regular Drill Exercise
12. An effort for Technology Transfer Through Mason Training
Chhaling VDC
About 60 New Earthquake resistance constructed by Trained masons in Community.
Improved construction practices in SESP Community
Disable friendly construction approach started
Impacts & Good Practices
13. Collaboration with government , NGOs & INGOs
Transparency of income and expenditure
14. Achievements
Affordability of Seismic Improvement of School Buildings Established
Mason Training
Awareness Raising, Training of Teachers, Parents, and Children and Community People
Two village development committee office buildings built in Bhaktapur as a result of replication
Around 20 buildings near Nateshwori School has been constructed as a result of replication
15. Trust Building
All institutions were involved in the project activities right from its planning phase.
Flow of information and keeping everybody informed helped NSET to build up and sustain the trust
16. Expected Output
By The End Of 2010
National Strategy For Improving Seismic Safety of School in Nepal
National Strategy for Disaster Preparedness in Schools
17. Lesson learned from SESP
School is the bestpoint to enter into community level
School Earthquake Safety Program is a complete program
Construction or Strengtheningthe school is important and attractive
18. Lesson learned from SESP
SESP provided a platform to produce/promote appropriate technology
Good practice for technology transfer/replication
Management should cover people from all level
Transparency plays vital role in community based programs
19. Lesson learned from SESP
More attractive outcome are
Construction or retrofitting the school
Training the masons
Raising awareness of villagers
Teaching the children, teachers and parents what to do about earthquake preparedness
All extras come for a relative small increase in the cost of earthquake resistant construction or retrofitting
20. SESP- an Ongoing Endeavor of NSET
Very Limited (42 Schools in 14 Districts Only)
Lets Implement in All Schools


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