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Nepal earthquake: Reconstruction yet to be over after four years of quake

(A house being reconstructed in a village in Rasuwa in this recent photo. Photo: Himnath Devkota)

KATHMANDU: Reconstruction is yet to be complete after four years of devastating earthquake of 2015 that killed approximately 9000 people, injured around 22000 and damage hundreds of houses and structures.

Fifty percent of reconstruction of houses have been completed so far out of 92 percent of the affected families who reached a housing grant agreement, according to the economic survey of 2075/76 released here. The total 818,851 quake victims have been recorded so far.

Out of 63,019 quake survivors identified as beneficiaries of the partial grant (Rs 200,000 will be distributed in two installments), 18,330 have got the first tranche of Rs 50,000, the survey said.

Out of the total 360,443 quake victims who applied for registration, 198,592 applicants were registered. Likewise in the first phase, a resurvey of 129,410 damaged private houses has been carried out. Additional Rs 200,000 has been provided to the total 1,652 quake survivors who needed to be relocated to a safe place.

Similarly, reconstruction of 56 damaged public schools, 29 archeological heritages, 54 health institutions, 54 government buildings and18 drinking water projects has been over. Likewise, of the total 7,553 destroyed school buildings, reconstruction of 4,201 has been completed. The total 483 damaged government buildings, 1,197 health institutions, 753 archeological heritages and 383 buildings for security agencies are waiting for reconstruction.

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