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09 Jun 2018 description

This map highlights the number of households that have received the first tranche of the GoN housing reconstruction grant, as a percentage of the total number of eligible households (including resolved grievances).

09 Jun 2018 description

This map highlights the number of households complaint at 3rd tranche as a percentage of households who have started and completed construction.

09 Jun 2018 description

This map highlights the number of households compliant at 2nd tranche as a percentage of household who have started and completed construction.

07 Jun 2018 description
report The Kathmandu Post

BY PRATAP BISTA, HETAUDA

Jun 7, 2018-Around 7,000 earthquake-affected families in Makwanpur have still not signed the housing aid agreement in absence of land ownership documents.

07 Jun 2018 description
report The Kathmandu Post

By RASTRIYA SAMACHAR SAMITI, Kathmandu

Jun 7, 2018-Finance Minister Yubraj Khatiwada has said that the grant provided to earthquake victims for reconstruction of private houses should be spent in a transparent manner.

Inaugurating a seminar organised by the National Reconstruction Authority on Wednesday, Finance Minister Khatiwada said that the government has given first priority to the reconstruction of private houses.

06 Jun 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

The Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project, referred to as the Common Feedback Project (CFP), is an innovative community engagement project, initiated during the response to the Nepal Earthquake 2015. It is funded by UK Aid, and is based in the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office, enabling a strategic connection with humanitarian response and recovery.

05 Jun 2018 description
report The Kathmandu Post

Jun 5, 2018-The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has included 2,078 additional households in the list of beneficiaries for state aid to reconstruct private homes following re-survey of the areas affected by the earthquake in 2015.

The Authority has added 2,063 families to the list of beneficiaries to retrofit houses damaged by the devastating earthquake.

04 Jun 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

The Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project, referred to as the Common Feedback Project (CFP), is an innovative community engagement project, initiated during the response to the Nepal Earthquake 2015. It is funded by UK Aid, and is based in the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office, enabling a strategic connection with humanitarian response and recovery.

28 May 2018 description
report The Kathmandu Post

By HARIHAR SINGH RATHOuR, DHADING

May 27, 2018-Thirty-nine health facilities, which were destroyed in the Gorkha Earthquake, have been handed over to the District Health Office (DHO) in Dhading district after reconstruction.

Out of the total 53 health facilities in the district. 33 were destroyed and 13 damaged in the disaster. Various social organisations have been involved in the reconstruction of the quake-affected structures.

24 May 2018 description

This map highlights the number of households compliant at 2nd tranche as a percentage of household who have started and completed construction. Number represent socio-technical assistance being implemented by partner organization.

24 May 2018 description

This map highlights the number of households complaint at 3rd tranche as a percentage of households who have started and completed construction.
Number represented socio-technical assistance being implemented by Partners Organization.

24 May 2018 description

This map highlights the number of households that have received the first tranche of the GoN housing reconstruction grant, as a percentage of the total number of eligible households (including resolved grievances).

24 May 2018 description

2017 was a landmark year for Nepal as it conducted the first elections since the adoption of its new constitution andthe first at local level in more than 17 years.The elections were a tremendous success, both in terms of quality and mobilization, demonstrating the strong attachment of the Nepali people to democracy.It was especially rewarding for UNDP to see hundreds of women and youth beneficiaries of our socio-economic empowerment projects chosen to represent their communities in executive or legislative functions.