Pokhara: National Reconstruction Authority held an interaction program with officials from provincial government, Members of Provincial Assembly of Province No. 4, to update the forum on current reconstruction progress and gather their suggestions on ways to further expedite reconstruction activities in various earthquake affected districts of this province.
Kathmandu, April 16: Representatives from various development partner organizations, who have been supporting Nepal in post-earthquake reconstruction, presented their progress reports at a function organized by National Reconstruction Authority (NRA).
NRA held the 7th meeting of Development Assistance Coordination and Facilitation Committee (DACFC) at its office at Singha Durbar today to get updates from its partner organizations on the on-going reconstruction works.
Kathmandu, March 22: National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) released additional Rs. 9.95 billion for private housing grant today to ensure there is uninterrupted financial assistance for beneficiaries who have started housing reconstruction.
NRA has authorizedthe Central Level Project Implementation Unit(CLPIU) of the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development (MoFALD) to utilize the released amount to speed up the private housing reconstruction.The Ministry of Finance provided the amount to NRA today itself.
The devastating earthquake of April 2015 brought down most of the houses of Jarayotar in Melamchi of Sindhupalchowk, one of the worst-hit districts in central Nepal.
When the majority of residents of this district have begun to rebuild their houses, people in this village of Jarayotar have taken things differently. Instead of focusing on building individual houses, they have decided to develop the village as a whole.
1. Situation during the reporting period: mid-July to mid-November 2017
Kathmandu, February 26
More than 70 percent beneficiaries in 14 most affected districts from the April 2015 earthquake have now come under the reconstruction process in a little more than two years of the establishment of National Reconstruction Authority (NRA).
As per the data till February 26, 2018, NRA has signed grant agreements with 610,500 beneficiaries out of 667,662 beneficiaries who were eligible to receive the government grant in the 14 most affected districts.Out of these, 100,236 houses have now been reconstructed while 332,321 houses are under construction.