Interlocking bricks - building with Impact
We believe the best way to build up Nepal is by empowering local people and using local materials. Together with NGOs and local entrepreneurs we provide machines and training for rural communities, teaching them to build safe and affordable homes.
Interlocking Bricks (CSEB) – machines & training for your project
We specialize on rebuilding villages with CSEB – Compressed Stabilized Earth Bricks – an earthquake resistant building technology. With Interlocking Bricks communities can start producing their own bricks and construction material locally. Sustainable, safe and affordable. The technology is approved and recommended by the government of Nepal, Thailand, India and many others.
Stone-cutting – machines & training
With an efficient stone-saw it is possible to cut in minutes what takes hours by traditional methods. We offer portable machines and training for efficient stone-cutting. Perfect for remote villages in Nepal and for saving cost in stone-house construction.
Community driven reconstruction
Build up Nepal works as an implementation partner for INGOs, NGOs and local entrepreneurs. We focus on community driven reconstruction and supporting local entrepreneurship.
Every classroom and each house built is training for local builders and entrepreneurs, teaching them to rebuild their own village.
Contact us to start producing Earth Bricks in your village
Each village is different with it’s own unique set of people and challenges. Here you can read more about the progress in our projects.
Entrepreneurship driven reconstruction
Districts: Gorkha, Dhading, Sindhupalchowk, Rasuwa & Nuwakot
Together with Practical Action we are supporting a growing number of CSEB enterprises in Nepal. The project has a unique focus to strengthen the supply chain of sustainable construction materials!
Partner: Tibet Relief Fund
In Bakhang, Sindhupalchowk, we have rebuilt the 5 classroom primary school. We are working as reconstruction partner to Tibet Relief Fund and now the families are rebuilding their homes as well!
Partners: Yogdaan Foundation & Tampa Bay Nepalese.
Build up Nepal is serving as reconstruction partner for Yogdaan foundation in the building of a community hall with CSEB and supporting local Earth Brick entrepreneurs.
Rebuilding with Oxfam in Nepal
Districts: 5 earthquake affected districts
We are working as technical partner to Oxfam in Nepal, starting reconstruction with CSEB in 15 villages across Lalitpur, Dhading, Nuwakot, Sindhupalchowk and Gorkha districts!
Districts: Nuwakot, Sindupalchowk, Dolakha and Gorkha
Build up Nepal is working as reconstruction partner to Save the Children in 5 villages. We are training local communities and building model houses – empowering them to rebuild their own villages with Interlocking Bricks.
Partners: Tuki Nepal, Carpe Vitam and several others.
In Majhigaun we are working with Community driven reconstruction. The villagers are building their own homes with Earth Bricks. 16 homes are finished and now we are moving into next phase building 15 more.
“Interlocking Bricks reduces costs of construction and transportation.
It creates jobs and new opportunities in the village.”
Building homes for the poor
Partner: Raleigh International
We serve as the implementation partner for Raleigh international in their unique program to teach poor families build their own homes. A program with a unique mix of entrepreneurship and international volunteers in three villages.
Partners: Sweden Nepal Society, Kathmandu Medical college
Thokarpa is rebuilding! A three storey library is completed and we now work as construction partner for Sweden Nepal society in building a new health post from Earth Bricks in the village.
Partners: Tuki Nepal, Rotary Tegnér, Lions Tingsryd, Nepali association of Oregon, Volunteers of Tenri University
In Jyamrung, Dhading we are building a new health post and school with 11 classrooms combined with supporting local entrepreneurs.
Partners: AusNep foundation & Volvo employees
In Mulabari, Gorkha we are building an primary school from Earth Bricks with 5 classrooms. The school construction is also a training for local entreprenuers and builders.