Documents


  • The MDTF Progress report is the synopsis of activities supported by the Reconstruction MDTF towards Nepal's Post-earthquake Reconstruction from July 2018 to June 2019. 


    Read More >> MDTF Report-2018-19.pdf16.71 MB

  • The Multi Donor Trust Fund, Progress Report presents the contribution of MDTF Grant to the overall Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Project of Government of Nepal from year 2016 to 2018. 


    Read More >> MDTF Report 2016-2018.pdf8.24 MB

  • Produced by the World Bank, this quarterly program update provides an overview of highlights and milestones achieved in the implementation of the Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Program.  As of June 26 2017, around 567,442 beneficiaries of the 14 most-affected districts have received the first tranche and distribution of second and third tranches has also started in these districts. Distribution of first trance has also started in the 17 less affected districts.


    Read More >> Program Update as of June 26, 2017811.31 KB

  • Produced by Nepal's National Reconstruction Authority, this newsletter offers an overview of news and highlights and milestones achieved in the housing reconstruction process.
    Read More >> NewsletterNRA.pdf1.03 MB

  • Produced by Nepal's National Reconstruction Authority, the Correction / Exception Manual for Mansory Structure is a useful tool to provide technical assistance in exceptional cases that are not yet complying with the Minimum Requirements for Housing reconstruction, as well as correctional measures and step-by-step guidance for proper compliance.
    Read More >> correctionManual_.pdf9.17 MB
  • Program Update as of March 2017

    Produced by the World Bank, this quarterly program update provides an overview of highlights and milestones achieved in the implementation of the Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Program. As of March 29 2017, Housing Private Reconstruction continues progressing at a steady pace. Around 540,856 beneficiaries of the 14 most affected districts have received the first tranche and distribution of second and third tranches has also started in these districts.
    Read More >> ProgramUpdateMarch2017[7535].pdf2.71 MB
  • Program Update as of January 2017

    Produced by the World Bank, this quarterly program update provides an overview of highlights and milestones achieved in the implementation of the Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Program. As of January 31, 2017, the Program continues advancing at steady pace. As of today, the program has completed three of the five stages of implementation: 1) Survey, 2) Identification and Validation, and 3) Enrollment. According to the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), as of January 2017, 41,311 houses have been rebuilt and 28,198 are currently under construction.
    Read More >> nepal-where-we-standV2.pdf2.62 MB
  • Annual Report of the Nepal Earthquake Housing Reconstruction MDTF

    This annual report, prepared by the World Bank, is the first formal update on the activities of the Nepal Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Multi-Donor Trust Fund. The Report highlights the numerous milestones and achievements made in housing reconstruction from July 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016.
    Read More >> Nepal-MDTF-AnnualReport-2015-16.pdf13.08 MB

  • Achievements of the Government Housing Reconstruction Program

    This brief offers a quick primer on the Government of Nepal's Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Program and the support that is been provided by the Nepal Earthquake Housing Multi-Donor Trust Fund. It provides an inventory of the milestones achieved during the housing program’s first year of implementation. The brief summarizes and illustrates the key components that are now in place to facilitate the housing reconstruction effort in Nepal.


    Read More >> Nepal-MDTF-Achievements.pdf9.09 MB
  • Stories from the Field: Laying the Foundation for Greater Resilience

    The Stories from the Field: Laying the Foundation for Greater Resilience series offers an insight into the progress achieved on the ground through the eyes of the program’s direct beneficiaries, as well as the stakeholders working on the program’s implementation process.


    Read More >> Nepal-Stories-from-the-Field.pdf5.95 MB