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May 14, 2018

"Building Resilient Nepal"- 3 Years of JICA support for Earthquake Recovery in Nepal.

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Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) Rescue Team. Search operation with Nepal Army in Kathmandu Durbar Square.


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Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) Medical Team. A female team member is taking blood pressure of a patient.


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Relief goods from Japan were handed over immediately after the earthquake.


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A part of the Sindhuli Road damaged by the earthquake was rehabilitated within a few months after the earthquake.


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Construction of 5 bridges along the Barhakilo-Barpak Road, Gorkha.


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Daraudi Khola Bridge, Gorkha. The 134-meter long bridge will connect the epicenter Saurapani on the other side of the Daraudi River.


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Rangrung Khola Bridge under construction at the foot of Barpak, Gorkha. During monsoon, this village by the epicenter is only accessible by the small suspension bridge.


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Workers building a protection wall for the Khahare Khola Bridge, Gorkha.


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Ductile pipes imported from Japan to replace the damaged pipes for the Chautara Water Transmission Line, Sindhupalchowk.


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Pipe laying work and water pressure chamber construction for the Chautara Water Transmission, Sindhupalchowk.


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Paropakar Maternity and Women's Hospital, Kathmandu. (1) Old building damaged by the earthquake; (2) Work commencement in October 2017; (3) November 2017; (4) December 2017; (5) February 2018; (6) Completion image.


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Bir Hospital, Kathmandu. Foundation concreting work of the new building to be used for ICU and cardiology department.


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Reconstruction progress of Ampippal Hospital, Gorkha. It is expected to be completed in May 2018.


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District Agriculture Development Office in Chautara, Sindhupalchowk. The building was completely destroyed (upper right). The new building (lower right) is ready to provide services for farmers (left).


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Palungtar Area Police Office, Gorkha. The old building was damaged by the earthquake (lower center).


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Vegetable farming training for livelihood recovery, Sindhupalchowk. 80% of JICA's livelihood support beneficiaries were women.


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New breed of goats were distributed to support livelihood recovery. Goat raising training was provided for women in Barpak, Gorkha.


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Shree Dharmodaya Secondary School, Mirkot, Gorkha. New buildings will be completed in April 2018.


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Students in Temporary Learning Center, Shree Dharmodaya Secondary School, Mirkot, Gorkha.


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Shree Path Pradarsak Secondary School, Badikhel, Lalitpur. New buildings with facilities like library and laboratory rooms were handed over in December 2017.


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A community meeting for housing reconstruction. JICA's Communtiy Mobilization Program successfully promotes collective reconstruction by rural house owners.


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Training for masons, Chautara, Sindhupalchowk. Over 2,000 masons received training with JICA support.


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A ‘mobile mason' leading his community's housing reconstruction in Irkhu, Sindhupalchowk


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Hanuman Dhoka, Kathmandu Durbar Square. The Aganche Temple was severely damaged and the structure is now supported by wires inside (bottom).


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Cultural Heritage Team of Japanese experts and Department of Archeology staff work together to rehabilitate the Aganche Temple.


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Japanese technical know-how is transferred to the government counterparts by day-to-day collaborative work.

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