The two minutes long earthquake changed the very face of Nepal on 25 April 2015, that turned out to be a black day in our history after a span of 80 years. The following major aftershocks on 26 April and 12 May added to the casualties and sufferings.
Following the quake, self motivated individuals, I/NGOs and governments have been actively supporting Nepal Government and affected communities from the very first phase of earthquake and are having commitments for long-term supports for recovery and rebuilding phases in the long run. The learning and experiences from various disasters throughout the world have indicated the importance of maintaining accountability and transparency from the very first phase of support to the community through sensitization and awareness.
Those from the 31 affected district and those willing to take lead in their community and empower communities on the issues of accountability have been given training in Kathmandu.
To ensure transparency and accountability in post earthquake rebuilding process from central to community level, Association of Youth Organization Nepal (AYON) organized Accountability School.
Selected 100 participants were trained in the Kathmandu valley on accountability issues from 27 till 29 May 2016.