Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT), founded in 1991, remains the only international private non-profit dedicated to safeguarding Nepal’s architectural heritage.
This project involves the structural assessment of the South Taleju Temple and other structures at the Patan Royal Palace restored previously with AFCP support.
This project involves the structural assessment and restoration of damaged monuments in Kathmandu Durbar Square restored previously with AFCP support.
This project directly supports the U.S. embassy’s efforts to strengthen U.S. cooperation with the government and people of Nepal on disaster risk reduction and response.
This project includes the development of a model seismic design for earthquake resistance in the conservation of damaged historic stone structures.
Patan Durbar Square a World Heritage Site in Kathmandu, Nepal is home to Vishveshvara Temple. The Vishveshvara Temple, built in 1627 was severely damaged. Vishveshvara Temple …
Rebuild Char Narayan, the oldest of the temples located in Patan’s Durbar Square. WMF’s long-standing partner in Nepal, Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT), will conduc…