DEME TIG: Improving effectiveness and sustainability of disaster risk reduction interventions by Ramesh Tuladhar

Ramesh Tuladhar
Ramesh Tuladhar

Greetings, I am Ramesh Tuladhar, focal point and coordinator for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Thematic Committee of Community of Evaluators in Nepal (COE-Nepal). I am a professional geologist with experience in disaster risk management, monitoring, and evaluation. I am currently engaged as the monitoring and evaluation consultant of the Pilot Project on Climate Resilience (PPCR) implemented by the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Government of Nepal.

Lessons Learned: Eighty-seven out of 192 (45%) United Nations member states responded to the Sendai Framework Data Readiness Review in 2017. This proportion suggests that more stakeholders from member states, and also non-member states, may consider learning about and contributing to the Sendai Framework, which includes four priorities for action, to help improve effectiveness and sustainability of DRR interventions.

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Rad Resources: To learn about the progress of DRR in Nepal, please visit:

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