Delta Resilience and Risk Governance Expert Forum-South and Southeast Asia – 28 April 2022

Join us in the Delta Expert Forum and enrich your understanding about the Asian Deltas! 

As we are aware that River Deltas in South and Southeast Asia are being altered due to the natural and anthropogenic causes, and delta dwellers and associated life, livelihood and development are becoming more vulnerable. It is of utmost priority for us to create a space where we match the real challenges of the areas with the authorities who invest and address those challenges via plans/ policies and others.

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Inception Meeting of the ‘Climate Resilient Infrastructure for Social Transformation and Adaptation (CRISTA)’ in Neelakantha Municipality, Nepal

The Inception Meeting of ‘Climate Resilient Infrastructure for Social Transformation and Adaptation (CRISTA)’ was conducted in Neelkantha Municipality, Nepal in a hybrid mode. The meeting has officially endorsed the collaboration between Asian Institute of Technology and Neelkantha Municipality for effective implementation of innovative concept envisioned by the DPMM, AIT team in addressing the rising risk of climatic hazards on critical infrastructures.

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Congratulations to Dr.Indrajit Pal, Associate Professor and Chair, DPMM on his recent book publications in the Springer Link

The Department of Development and Sustainability would like to Congratulate Dr.Indrajit Pal, Associate Professor and Chair of Disaster Preparedness Mitigation and Management (DPMM) on his recent publications- Springer Tracts in Civil Engineering : Civil Engineering for Disaster Risk Reduction and Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering: Sustainable Cities and Resilience, and Resilient Infrastructure. These books are available in the AIT Library.

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Delta Resilience and Risk Governance Expert Forum Mekong and Red River- 10 February 2022

Join us in the Delta Expert Forum and enrich your understanding about the Asian Deltas! 

As we are aware that River Deltas in South and Southeast Asia are being altered due to the natural and anthropogenic causes and delta dwellers and associated life, livelihood and development becoming more vulnerable. It is of utmost priority for us to create a space where we match the real challenges of the areas with the authorities who invest and address those challenges via plans/ policies and others.

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DPMM Student selected as the Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform (SSHAP) Fellow

Mr. Ganesh Dhungana, a doctoral candidate in Disaster Preparedness Mitigation and Management (DPMM) at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), has been selected as the Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform (SSHAP) Fellow by the Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom. The SSHAP fellowship supports future leaders in social science to apply their knowledge in humanitarian emergencies in locally relevant ways. 

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