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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.


 


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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Initiation of the second phase of NGI Technical Collaboration
Hands-on training programme under the Technical Co-operation for Mitigation of Natural Disasters due to Climate Change in Sri Lanka – Phase 2 The institutional cooperation project between National Building Research Organisation (NBRO) and Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) titled ‘Hands-on Technical Support for Mitigation of Natural Disasters due to Climate Change in Sri Lanka’ sponsored by the Norwegian Embassy, Colombo was started in...
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