Our focus is on seismically upgrading schools – safeguarding the lives of those most vulnerable. Miyamoto Relief is a technical nonprofit that works globally to sustain life in at-risk communities through engineering. We do this to prevent more loss of life, by advising whether school buildings are safe to occupy.
More than 30,000 classrooms collpased and 15,000 additional classrooms were structurally unsafe to occupy after the april 2015 earthquake and aftershocksRead More
After an earthquake devastated Lycée National de Cité Soleil, a local high school, more than 1,400 students were forced to study in the courtyard in sweltering, makeshift classrooms.Read More
Tucked away in the Himlayan Moutains, the Shree Shiladevi was deemed unsafe to occupy after sustaining heavy earthquake damage.Read More