By Miyamoto Relief
Last month, a chemical explosion ravaged the Port of Beirut, Lebanon. In just a 5 km radius, homes were flattened, and lives were lost.
In the Omo Valley, Ethiopia, new infrastructure developments threaten lives and livelihoods by altering the seasonal floods on which [...]
Attendees at the Zweig Group Elevate conference in Las Vegas were thrilled to meet Lale Biwa on Thursday. Miyamoto Relief brought him […]
Nepal’s devastating April 2015 earthquake and its many aftershocks killed nearly 9,000 people and destroyed or damaged hundreds of thousands of homes.
Shree Janavikash Secondary School is located in the southwestern part of Kathmandu and close to the Tribhuvan University, the largest […]
In a small Haitian municipality northwest of the capital city, violent gangs and political power struggles keep ordinary citizens marginalized. […]
A group of 15 students from Structural Engineering Students for Humanity (SESH) at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo traveled to […]
The Story of the Gaddi Baithak and this Project After the devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Kathmandu in 2015, […]
Jon Buckley, a 32-year-old project engineer in our San Diego office, used his vacation and paid his own way to […]
About a month after landing in Kathmandu to begin my internship with the Miyamoto office in Nepal, I had the […]
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