The aim of this scoping study is to understand what research and learning already exist on reconstruction in Nepal (following the 2015 earthquake) and what evidence gaps there are which need to be filled by further research. The broader purpose of the scoping study is to ensure that further research on reconstruction avoids duplication and provides solid new evidence to inform and improve ongoing reconstruction efforts as well as any future post-disaster reconstruction efforts in Nepal.
This report was produced by IMC WorldWide with the assistance of the UK Department for International Development’s South Asia Research Hub, as part of the ‘Strengthening Resilience and Response to Crises’ programme managed by DAI Europe.
Michaels, L, Baniya, J, Ahmed, N. (2019) Nepal Earthquake Reconstruction Research: Scoping Study. IMC WorldWide