CIUD is an NGO working on urban issues, and thriving towards developing livable cities.
At present we are working with 7 municipalities and projects are spread over 4 districts of Nepal. Urban development, Water and Sanitation (WASH), Solid Waste Management and Rainwater Harvesting are the present project CIUD is undertaking.
Pushkar Lal Shrestha, Yogesh Shakya
ENPHO is a service-oriented national Non Governmental Organization, established in 1990 that envisages contributing in sustainable community development by combining research and actions through the integrated programs in the environment and public health areas.
ENPHO at present runs a government accredited laboratory for environmental monitoring and analysis and is actively involved in promoting eco-friendly technologies such as SODIS, Ecosan toilets and waste water treatment through reed bed systems.
110/25 Adarsha Marg
P.O. Box 4102, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu
Friends of Nature (FON) is a non-profitable, non-government organization working in the field of biodiversity and environment management to act within the educational, capacity building, research, advocacy and implementation of the management tool. It has been working since 2001, in various fields of environment and its management.
New Baneshwor, GPO Box: 23491 Sundhara
Set up in 1959, Tribhuvan University (TU) is a pioneering institution of higher education in Nepal. Named after the late King Tribhuvan, TU is situated in Kirtipur, a small ancient town located five kilometers away from downtown Kathmandu. Following the recent second democratic movement Prime Minister of Nepal has become the Chancellor of the University while Minister of Education is the Pro-Chancellor. Vice Chancellor is the principal executive of the university, who is assisted by Rector in academic programs and Registrar in financial management and general administration. Tribhuvan University, a non-profit autonomous institution, is financed mainly by the Government of Nepal.
Objectives of Tribhuvan University:
- To produce skilled manpower essential for the overall development of Nepal;
- To preserve and develop historical and cultural heritage of the nation;
- To accumulate, advance and disseminate knowledge; and
- To encourage and promote research in arts, science, medicine, engineering, agriculture, management and education as well as in the vocational fields.
P.O. Box: 1175
Education / Research