- WWF launches Coastal Project on Water and Sanitation at Kakapir and Soomer villages
- Water for future: Rainwater harvesting drive
- Campaign to preserve groundwater
- URBANISATION PROCESS: Study on vulnerability assesment
- Rainwater harvesting a boon to Lalitpur folk
- Community gets its own supply of water
- Traditional Water management and Machhendranath Festival
- UN HABITAT & UNICEF support promotion of arsenic mitigation options in terai districts of Nepal
- UN Habitat supporting EcoSan Toilet Promotional Campaign in Nagarkot
- Call to preserve traditional water management system
- Urbanisation in the spotlight as world marks first World Cities Day
- Bajura yet to rid itself of Chhaupadi tradition
- M-WASH-CC Formation in Sandhikharka Municipality
- Voice from slum
- World Habitat Day to be observed on Monday
- Squatters to be consulted to resolve their problem
- World Habitat Day 2014 Message of the UN-Habitat Executive Director Dr. Joan Clos
- ‘Give Slum Dwellers a Voice’, Secretary-General says in Message for World Habitat Day
- Construction of temporary shelters gaining momentum
- Urban challenges emerging one month after Nepal earthquake.
- Japan and UN-Habitat to provide shelter support in Nepal before and during monsoon
- Nepal: Another 7.3 magnitude earthquake wreaks further havoc
- UN-Habitat ready to support Shelter, WASH and Early Recovery in Nepal
- UN-Habitat Regional Director visit Gamcha
- 'Rebuilding the hearts of people'
- Shelter project team set off for field mission
- Youth Volunteers Revive Over 100 toilets in four days
- Bardiya declared Terai first ODF District
- UN-Habitat promoting safer building solutions
- Relief materials to vulnerable women
- UN-Habitat and IUTC trained urban practitioners in Land Readjustment
- Rebuilding what is holy
- Post-quake urban challenges complex: Padma Sunder Joshi
- Community Information Center formally opened
- Training People on Sustainable and Safer Building Construction
- National level interaction on rebuilding Bungamati
- “Happily shifted in my own Temporary Shelter”
- Illegal settlement sprawl risks up
- Safer Homes
- Rebuilding Nepal
- Beneficiaries’ immediate woes fade away
- GSF programmes empower close to 10 million to end open defecation
- Strong steps towards total sanitation in Nepal as officials declare Sunsari and Nuwakot districts free of open defecation
- World Cup 2018 Football Screening in Bungamati
- UN-Habitat Supports Nepal Government in Conducting Training Workshop and National Consultation Symposium on Fit for Purpose Land Administration – From Policy to Implementation
- Heritage Walk Program to Engineer Students
- Proud to be involved in UN-Habitat initiative of 'De-Pukhu - State pond of Bungamati' revitalization programme
- Through UN-Habitat's skill based training, now I can make perfect 'Yomari' and hoping to sell them in future from home
- Hand Washing Station was installed at Kangeshwori Temple
- Little girl washing hand at newly installed Eco-Foot Operated Hand Washing Station at Bansighat, Kathmandu
- Girl washing hand at Eco-Foot Operated Hand Washing Station at Kalimati Vegetable Market. UN-Habitat Nepal had installed 20 such hand washing stations at 20 strategic places.
Heritage Walk Program to Engineer StudentsPosted 8 July, 11:09 am
7 July 2018, Lalitpur All together 90 students and 30 visitors from Institute of Engineering Pulchowk Campus arrived at Bungamati at 9:00 am to start the heritage walk right from the Bungamati Bus park with guidance from CIUD throwing lights on historical, cultural, architectural and urban perspective of Bungamati. The tour stopped at certain important places of Bungamati such as Lachhi, Macchindrabahal, Prathampur Mahavihar, De Pukhu, Chohel Nani and Karyabinayak to make all the participants aware of importance of public spaces of Bungamati.
Then at around 12:30 pm all the students and visitors had their refreshment break till 1:30 pm. Soon after that the students performed some cultural dances to entertain the visitors as well as locals. The heritage walk ended in that way.
The second part of event was measurement and mapping of 3 public open spaces of Bungamati which were 1. Lacchi 2. Machhindrabahal 3. Dey Pukhu. All architecture students got divided into 5 groups with 8 pupils in each group. Two groups worked in Lacchi, another two groups worked in Machhindrabahal and remaining one group worked in Dey Pukhu. The survey started from 2pm and ended at 4:30 pm with full support and guidance from CIUD and LUMANTI.
At the end of the day the students departed having lunch in Machhindrabahal at around 5:30 pm .