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Bharatpur Sensitization Workshops

Bharatpur Sensitization Workshops

With the support of South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics – Sandee and Hello Bharatpur Metropolitan City Office, Clean up Nepal facilitated sensitization workshops in 75 TLOs and installed about 1400 waste bins as a part of “Improving Waste Management at Bharatpur Metropolitan City” program. Clean up Nepal will further begin mapping waste management systems in Bharatpur with the cooperation of…

Waste Management Awareness Campaign

Waste Management Awareness Campaign

Clean up Nepal facilitated training on waste management in one of the communities of Budhanilkantha. The clustered community consisted around 18 households and a factory of hemp products. The training emphasized on five components– introduction to ongoing waste related practices; waste segregation; 3Rs– Reduce, Reuse and Recycle; composting and impacts of open air waste burning. It is often observed that…

Zero Waste at Schools – Tika Vidhyashram

Zero Waste at Schools – Tika Vidhyashram

With the completion of the Zero Waste at Schools Program in Tika Vidhyashram Secondary School, Clean up Nepal handed over the certificate of participation to the school, students of grade seven and the non-teaching staff who had participated in the five week module session. The certificates were distributed by the Impact Marathon Series’ Runners who participated in the Impact Marathon…

Workshop on Low-Cost Air Quality Sensors

Workshop on Low-Cost Air Quality Sensors

With the support of “The Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)”, partnered with Clean Power Pvt. Ltd, Clean up Nepal successfully conducted a two-day “Do It Yourself (DIY)” workshop. With an objective to spread knowledge in identifying research gaps and scaling up low-cost sensors, and enabling citizen science activities in AQ sensors, by Dr. Ashish Singh, Anima Shrestha and Binindra…

World Clean-up Day – Signature Event

World Clean-up Day – Signature Event

World Cleanup Day was centrally inaugurated at Patan Durbar Square by the Australian Ambassador to Nepal, His Excellency Mr. Peter Budd, Tirza Theunissen from The Asia Foundation, and Mr. Pradeep Amatya, Chief of Lalitpur Metropolitan City – Environment Management Department who collectively acknowledged that illegal waste dumping and burning have been a major concern along with the ongoing landfill issues.…

Data and stories it can tell: strengthening the Air Quality Narratives

Data and stories it can tell: strengthening the Air Quality Narratives

News:Clean up Nepal in collaboration with Air South Asia is organizing a workshop titled “Data and the Stories it can tell: Strengthening the Air Quality Narrative in Nepal” from August 13-15, 2018 in Kathmandu, Nepal. A total of 45 participants will be invited and will include early career researchers, journalists, and members of non-profit organizations, entrepreneurs, and artists from Nepal. The workshop…

Community training on proper waste management

Community training on proper waste management

In one of the communities of Budhanilkantha. The clustered community consisted around 18 households and a factory of hemp products. The training emphasized on five components– introduction to ongoing waste related practices; waste segregation; 3Rs– Reduce, Reuse and Recycle; composting and impacts of open air waste burning. It is often observed that “awareness” could be the key to waste management…

Open Data and Nepal Waste Map Consultation

Open Data and Nepal Waste Map Consultation

In an interesting turn of events, Clean up Nepal showcased how waste sector data is currently being used for development to the key officials of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Office and DFID Nepal marking the internal launch of its open-data website and mobile application, a powerful solid waste management tool for planning, monitoring, collaboration and communication (nepalwastemap.org) . With the generous support…