Most of places in Nepal have been experiencing an increased frequency of natural disasters such as landslides, avalanches, floods, flash floods, glacial lake outburst floods, debris flows, wildfires and earthquakes. Scientific and anecdotal evidence suggests that climate change is contributing to the increasing frequency and magnitude of most of these events. Communities need access to geology, biology, ecology, hydrology, meteorology, and other scientific data during the design process.
Smart Village Kakani gives special focus to how to integrate technology in order to deliver information about opportunities and challenges at the village pertinent to health tips/campaign, education with lesson delivery, assessment and collaboration for connecting students, teachers and devices to turn lessons into enriching learning experiences, exposure to new thought, concepts, ideas, automating the calculations of hazards, risk, sensitivity, capacity, proximity, accessibility, vulnerability, and other factors to inform design decisions with the help of GIS technology.
We are leading our lives in a digital world. The digital revolution has launched a new era of human empowerment and engagement across business, society and in every aspect of our lives. Never before has there been a more powerful influence on human behavior, irrespective of country or culture, than the combined effect of digital technologies.
With the availability of digital display in Kakani, the community people will be able to get important information about education, health, weather forecast, potential dangers & preventive majors and career opportunities which appear on the installed LCD/LED Screens.
All the information will be updated by the team in Kathmandu and the information can be seen and gained from a digital display which will be placed at the prominent areas such as rural municipality office and similar landmarks.