New Delhi: Embassy of India in Nepal and Central Level Project Implementation Unit (Building) of National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) marked MoUs for the remaking of 14 social legacy projects and 103 wellbeing area projects across different areas in Nepal.
Giving a proclamation, the Indian Embassy said these undertakings, harmed during the 2015 seismic tremor, will be remade at an expense of NRs 420 crores.
“Under post-seismic tremor remaking bundle, Government of India (GoI) has assigned an absolute award of USD 250 million, including USD 50 million each for schooling, social legacy and wellbeing area, and USD 100 million for the Housing area,” said the explanation.
“Altogether, 71 training area projects, 28 social legacy area projects in 7 areas, 147 wellbeing offices in 10 locale and development of 50,000 houses in Gorkha and Nuwakot is being embraced with GoI award help,” it added.
The MoUs were endorsed by the two sides within the sight of Karun Bansal, First Secretary (Development Partnership and Reconstruction) and Shyam Kishore Singh, Project Director, CLPIU (Bldg).
CLPIU (Building) of NRA is the executing office for both wellbeing and social legacy area projects.