Nepal Innovation Lab (NLab) is a platform to inspire and support a step-change in humanitarian action - providing access to the enabling tools, knowledge, connections, capital and markets to turn good ideas into action; and fostering inclusive and innovative solutions for effective humanitarian action in Nepal.
Explore ideas is a one-month programme to develop an idea for humanitarian innovation into a proof of concept. The Lab supports organizations and individuals to learn, prototype and validate early thinking
Build Ideas is a three to six-months design programme for proven humanitarian ideas. The Lab's resources, expertise and network contribute to making innovations ready for investment and operating at scale
Amplify ventures is a programme to find the relevant people and places to take your idea to the next level. Put your idea in the spotlight with Lab-supported and tailor made presentations, publications or workshops.
Sikka is a digital asset transfer platform designed for the financially marginalised, at-need population.
FieldSight is the first humanitarian digital platform designed for project monitoring and infrastructure quality assurance.
Field Ready meets humanitarian and reconstruction aid by transforming logistics through technology, design and engaging people in new ways.
The Smart Application for Supply, Logistics, and Aid (SALSA) proposes to automate the process of creating and deploying smart contracts for an organization of any size without the need for additional technical staff.
In disasters from Haiti to Nepal to Myanmar, everyday people are rising to the challenge of helping aected populations.
In the Andhikhola valley of Syangja district, frequent floods cause human fatalities, destroy livelihoods, and wash away homes: this is a humanitarian problem.
Every year around the same time (July- August) heavy and incessant downpours bring deadly floods across a large part of Nepal causing displacement and loss of lives and property in a massive scale.
The research explores women’s rights at the intersection of land and disaster.
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