On April 25, 2015, the Gorkha Earthquake struck Nepal, causing extensive damage and taking the lives of thousands. In this panel discussion, speakers, including students from several Harvard graduate programs, will draw on their research to discuss how relief and recovery have progressed in the year since the disaster occurred.
- Erica Kelly, MPP16, Harvard Kennedy School
- Yoko Okura, MPP17, Harvard Kennedy School
- Oscar Natividad, MDes16, Harvard Graduate School of Design
- Ashley Thompson, MDes17, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Closing remarks by Mohan Das Manandhar, Chairperson of Nepal Energy Foundation
Moderated by Arnold M. Howitt, Faculty Co-Director of the Program on Crisis Leadership and Executive Director of the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School
Co-sponsored by the Program on Crisis Leadership (Ash and Taubman Centers), Harvard Kennedy School