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National Building Research Organisation (NBRO) the premier research  & development institute established in 1984 has now grown in to a successful technical service provider and research & development institution where experts from multiple disciplines have teamed up and dedicated to create a disaster free built environment for the nation.


 


‘Risk Awareness and Future Challenges’- NBRO holds 7thAnnual Symposium 2016
7th Annual Symposium of National Building Research Organisation - ‘Risk Awareness and Future Challenges’ was held on 6th and 7th December 2016 at the Waters Edge, Battaramulla. The purpose of having the international symposium was to gathering experts, researches, stakeholders, and policy makers engaged in disaster risk management locally and internationally, bringing them to one platform to address the burning issue of disaster risk managem...
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Landslide Risk Assessment and Development of a Risk Profile
NBRO has launched a project titled Landslide Risk Assessment and Development of a Risk Profile. The objective of this project is to establish a mechanism for incorporating landslide risk management into development. The Government of Sri Lanka provides a 246 million grant for this 5 year project and partners of the project are: Ministry of Disaster Management, District Secretariats and Divisional Secretariats. Locations: Badulla NuwaraEliya ...
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‘Training programme on Integrated Satellite Application for Urban Disaster Risk Reduction – Flood and Landslide Risk Mapping”
September 2016, Colombo, Sri Lanka: National Building Research Organisation (NBRO) in collaboration with The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) conducted a training programme  on “Integrated Satellite Application for Urban Disaster Risk Reduction – Flood and Landslide Risk Mapping” to enhance the capacity of disaster management practitioners working on geospatial applications on pre- and post-disaster intervention...
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