An address system is an essential infrastructure which creates the way for socio-economic development. It helps people to connect, improves emergency response, creates better business environment, increases access to utilities and facilitates improves delivery work greatly. Since we do not have proper addressing system, even the existing system which was used in some urban areas also is not working for a sustained way. Government needs to invest huge amount for maintaining the existing street and house address system. In this context, Kataho can be the alternative of this which does not need investment from government side. Users can get their address code instantly by searching the grid which can be obtained as small as 2.8m*3.5m each. Kataho divides a block in to 400 small blocks having 20*20 grid and again that single grid is divided in to 20*20 grids and so on. The second last grid is divided in to 4*5 grid size and coded each section of the grid. It means address almost in every steps. It creates localized code words for easy to share and easy to remember.

Addressing The House Own-self

This app aims to create address plate themselves by the users. It is so simple that one can open an app and ask their code words to display or as other’s code word to find the location. Then it can be printed and pasted in front of their house. Our plan is to make address of each and every structure whatever it is large or small. Each of them can get addresses

Why Kataho ?

Kataho offers a cost-effective and efficient alternative to traditional addressing systems. With its grid-based structure, instant address codes, and easy-to-remember code words, Kataho provides a localized solution that reduces government dependency and addresses the shortcomings of existing address systems.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How does Kataho work?

    Kataho divides areas into small grids, assigning unique codes to each section. Users can obtain their address code quickly by navigating through the hierarchical grid structure, making it a simple and effective addressing solution.

  • Kataho is cost-effective, reduces government dependency, and offers instant address codes. Its grid-based structure and localized code words make addresses easy to share and remember, addressing the limitations of existing systems.

  • Kataho facilitates socio-economic development by improving connectivity, emergency response, and business environments. It eliminates the need for substantial government investment, providing users with quick and efficient address solutions.

  • Yes, Kataho's grid-based and adaptable structure makes it suitable for implementation in various regions globally. Its scalability and ease of use make it a versatile addressing solution.

  • Users can obtain their Kataho address code by searching the grid, which is divided into small blocks. Each block is coded, allowing users to navigate through the grid hierarchy to find their specific address code.

  • Yes, Kataho creates localized code words for easy sharing and memorization, addressing the challenge of conveying addresses accurately in a simple and efficient manner.

  • This new type of address code has been created by combining the very simple words and numbers of the Nepali language spoken by ordinary Nepali citizens in the belief that the address should be spoken by everyone. A total of 400 Nepali words have been used in it. There are 4 parts in this address system: the first sector code number (1 to 28), the second sub sector code in which 400 words indicate their sub sector. Similarly, the third local code also has 400 sub-sector words and the last 4-digit house number. When we have to share the address we have to say these four parts. In the case of those who have houses close to each other, the last 4 numbers can be exchanged.