The entire world is focused on relief and reconstruction, but we don’t know yet where their efforts are going. Please donate and help us find out who needs help and they need to rebuild their lives.
Code for Nepal conducted a pilot project Rahat Payo to survey 767 quake survivors in 4 districts asking them whether they have been helped and what their immediate and long-term needs are.
We will update this data every 48 hours. We assume that the respondents of our online survey are earthquake survivors. We will summarize the results every 72 hours. Check out the dataset that is updated live as users take the survey.
We need to understand who recieved aid and who did not, how long they had to wait, and what of aid they received. We are conducting online, and offline survey in rural areas of Nepal they are traditionally overlooked. We need your help. Our data will be public. 100% of our funds will be used for operation. We will publish our expense reports every quarter. Below is a quick glimpse of how our funds will be used.
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Depending on the distance, we pay up to $50/day as stipend to our surveyors for food, transportation and lodging.
This is a multi-year long project. We are working to hire operation manager for this project.
We train our surveyors to ensure they follow processes, respect privacy of people they survey and return data in transparent way.
We will conduct digital literacy in affected areas so locals can share their voices and progress and challenges in relief and reconstruction process.
Code for Nepal's Rahat Payo project aims to fill the gap that currently exists in Nepal relief and recovery operation. Code for Nepal is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization registered in the United States of America.
We will survey thousands of survivors in quake affected districts, asking them whether they have been helped and what their immediate and long-term needs are.
Currently, everyone we know is focused on delivering immediate relief. But we do not yet have a larger picture that can show us the gap and the needs of the people. We aim to exactly do that to make the relief operation more efficient.
The survey response will be made public (without any personally identifiable information) for everyone to use so NGOs, INGOs and youth groups can direct their efforts towards where it is most needed.
We also believe that this survey will create hundreds of temporary source of income for youth.
Let's ensure that those who haven’t been helped will be helped and helping shape relief policy that’s geared towards the needs of survivors.
Code for Nepal works to increase digital literacy and use of open data in Nepal.
Code for Nepal is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization registered in the United States. Here are some of the projects we are working on.
Our online survey on this website is open to everyone. We assume that it's people affected by the earthquake who complete the survey but can't gurantee that. The survey coducted by our volunteers on the ground follow a guideline to ensure our responses are representative of the population in the area we survey.
We are actively looking for partners! Please see below for details.