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International Conference on Accessible Adventure 2018

April 18, 2018

CIL-Kathmandu was very happy to be an organising partner for Nepal’s inaugural International Conference on Accessible Adventure which was held at Hotel Shangri-la in Pokhara from March 29-31. The landmark three-day conference brought together examples and learnings of international best practice in inclusive tourism for seniors and travellers with disabilities and was attended by 150… Read more International Conference on Accessible Adventure 2018

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Earthquake ‘Go-Bag’ Distribution

February 1, 2018

CIL-Kathmandu has collaborated with the National Society for Earthquake Technology-Nepal (NSET) to deliver a program on earthquake safety for wheelchair users to mark the 20th National Earthquake Safety Day celebrated earlier in the month of January. The program was part of an ongoing series of activities CIL-Kathmandu has undertaken since the devastating earthquakes of 2015… Read more Earthquake ‘Go-Bag’ Distribution

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Guidance on Earthquake Preparedness for People with Disabilities

June 12, 2017

CIL- Kathmandu Seeks Advice from the National Society of Earthquake Technology to Provide Persons with Disabilities Guidance on Earthquake Preparedness.

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Is “accessible” accessible enough?

May 10, 2017

Commuting in Nepal can be difficult; roads are uneven, public transport is crowded and weather conditions are unpredictable. Now consider this without the use of your legs, or your eyes or ears.

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