According to the bank document, the project's objective is "to restore affected houses with multi-hazard resistant core housing units in target areas and to enhance the government's ability to improve long-term disaster resilience." The project will "finance Housing Grants to eligible beneficiaries and Implementation Support to cover the incremental operating cost."
Government US$ 39.40 million
Kamran Akbar, Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist
Hemang D. Karelia, Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist
Ministry of Finance
Mr. Shreekrishna Nepal, Joint Secretary
National Reconstruction Authority
Sushil Gyewali, Chief Executive Officer
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