Chief Executive Officer of National Reconstruction Authority Sushil Gyawali said NRA would collect data of the earthquake-affected families who received grants for private house reconstruction but not made any progress to that end.
He further said NRA has started maintaining all disaggregated data which makes easier to know the progress details of the reconstruction of an individual house.
The NRA has so far distributed third instalment of the grant to around 70 per cent quake-affected households across the country. He shared that around 62 per cent of quake survivors have started residing in the new private houses.
At a press conference organized by Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) Palpa chapter on Monday, CEO Gyawali said over 52 per cent earthquake survivors received payment of the second instalment.
The reconstruction of quake-damaged health facilities, schools and historical heritages is gaining momentum, Gyawali added.
He claimed that the NRA has made substantial progress in reconstruction in a short span of time.
He informed that 348 rooms of 114 earthquake-damaged schools in Palpa are being constructed in a speedy manner.