The first webinar, on September 15, will focus on using cell phones to study behavior.
Category : Nepal
SAI has launched an online photo exhibit to document the country’s reconstruction process. Harvard affiliates in Nepal are invited to submit photos via social media.
At a recent meeting, member Krishna Gyawali discussed how to improve governance and institutions in Nepal through better planning and implementation.
In order to continue to bring attention to the country’s needs, we invite Harvard affiliates to submit photos taken while in Nepal.
SAI welcomes applications from emerging artists in South Asia to come to Harvard University to participate in discourse with students and faculty on critical issues.
Harvard for Nepal is a university-wide initiative that aims to unite Harvard in response to the earthquake that devastated Nepal in April 2015.
On May 14, SAI hosted panel discussions featuring faculty from Harvard, MIT, Tufts, and Brown on lessons for Nepal across a broad spectrum of issues, including public health, water and sanitation, reconstruction of heritage sites, and equity in humanitarian efforts.
The members shared their stories of involvement in rescue and relief operations, and shared lessons and recommendations learned during the earthquakes.
Read a Harvard Gazette article about how Harvard is responding to the earthquake in Nepal.
On March 10, the Harvard Alumni Group of Nepal held a talk in Kathmandu with Dr. Swarnim Wagle, HKS alum and Member of the National Planning Commission of Nepal.
On Feb. 10, the Harvard Club of Nepal (HCN) hosted an event in Kathmandu with two newspaper editors who discussed the current political situation in the country and the role that media could play in resolving the chaos of constitution-making. The HCN, a group of Harvard alumni, has recently been reactivated.