“Act and prepare before the occurrence, because the loss of life cannot be tolerated”
Himalayan Risk Research Institute (HRI) is an interdisciplinary organization and network of young scientists and professionals working in disaster risk research, humanitarian actions and voluntarily social works. We work in-line with the four priorities for actions according to the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR).
HRI HOSTS THE U-INSPIRE NEPAL PLATFORM
SOCIAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Social Awareness Campaign is a two year (2020 and 2021) long joint campaign of Himalayan Risk Research Institute (HRI) with other partners. The project has an aim to reach more than 100k people and make them aware of hazards and disasters.
The major objectives of the campaign are:
- Make people aware of hazards and disasters occurrence.
- Provide information on preventive measures from hazards and disasters.
- Contribute in preventing hazards being materialized.
- Enhance local community in disaster communication.
Chart: Sector wise total reach
OUR WORKING AREAS
Participation in International Workshop for Youth and Young Professionals in Disaster Risk Reduction Research
Mapping the susceptibility of rainfall and earthquake-triggered landslides along China-Nepal highways [SCI index, IF=2.1]
Gnyawali, K. R., Zhang, Y., Wang, G., Miao, L., Pradhan, A. M. S., Adhikari, B. R., & Xiao, L. (2019). Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment. Description for this block. You can use this space for describing your block.
Pokharel, B., & Thapa, P. (2019).
Journal of Nepal Geological Society, 59, 79-88.
McAdoo, B. G., Quak, M., Gnyawali, K. R., Adhikari, B. R., Devkota, S., Rajbhandari, P. L., & Sudmeier-Rieux, K. (2018). Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 18(12), 3203-3210.
GLIMPSES OF ACTIVITIES