On April 25th in 2015, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7,8 MW happened in Nepal. The epi centre was around 80 kilometres from the capital city, Kathmandu. The earthquake was the hardest in the region for 80 years and almost 9,000 people died on the consequences. The buildings in the region around Kathmandu have been strongly devastated and school buildings are affected as well - they are now in dangerous structure. Before lessons can start again, enormous restoration and stabilisation measures have to be executed. This project helps the school Srongtsen Bhirkuiti High School in Kathmandu. At this school, 603 pupils (292 boys and 311 girls) get lessons. Luckily, there have been no dead pupils due to the earthquake. The complete building is marked by cracks, supporting baulks and columns are damaged. The wall surrounding the school building collapsed. Acting is urgently needed as the building is risking to collapse completely.