Safe in the Open

This video is part of the series, ‘Staying Prepared – Lessons from 2015 Nepal Earthquakes.’ These videos capture experiences and lessons learned from different communities which were affected by the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes. This third video, Safe in the Open, highlights the importance open spaces and how they are necessary and useful after a disaster.

Video created by: Exploring Innovations: http://innovations.com.np/
Video endorsed by: National Society for Earthquake Technology – Nepal (NSET): http://www.nset.org.np/nset2012/

Safe in the Open, Keeping Heritages Intact, Ready to Go
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA0KkObdbAo&index=3&list=PLtJ4t3rOZvCGSWxnimhvwNdGZFUc7YYzO, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzUgs9o9gX4&index=1&list=PLtJ4t3rOZvCGSWxnimhvwNdGZFUc7YYzO, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CragI56hCq8&list=PLtJ4t3rOZvCGSWxnimhvwNdGZFUc7YYzO&index=2

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