Kathmandu humanitarian Mini Maker Faire (KMMF)

Nepal Communitere, with Rural Development Initiative, is organizing the second installment of Kathmandu humanitarian Mini Maker Faire (KMMF) on September 22-23, 2018.
The Kathmandu Humanitarian Mini Maker Faire is a unique gathering of global innovators who are solving some of the greatest social challenges facing by our communities. It’s a festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness which can lead to transformative change.

The KMMF 2018 will bring together communities, entrepreneurs, makers, international and national non-governmental organizations (I/NGOs), and government agencies to celebrate the Maker Movement and showcase an array of incredible projects and new technologies.

The event will celebrate the Maker Movement – a movement that brings together tech innovators, tinkerers, and artisans – and showcase an array of new technologies and innovative projects that promote STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) learning.

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This year, we will bring together makers from Nepal and
beyond, specifically highlighting global innovations that
inspire communities to “Design the Future”.

The two day celebration will have displays and booths, speaker sessions, and interactive workshops where makers can come together to ideate, co-create and MAKE!

KMMF 2018 aims to

01 | Highlight the growth & impact of global humanitarian makers
02 | Create a platform to apply design thinking in building a better future
03 | Showcase innovative approaches to Health, Education and
Environmental challenges
04 | Foster partnerships between global humanitarian makers
05 | Provide seed funding to incubate promising projects in Nepal

Chetanath Neupane

He is a graduate researcher of Astrophysics and Biophysics in St. Xavier's College, Kathmandu, Nepal. His research domain includes VMD/NAMD interface to study Large Structure Biomolecules; see some of his research interest in 'Research works section of the website. More Importantly, he actively leading his project "Science for Society-SS" which aims to promote Science ethics/principles to the society of Nepal.

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