KATHMANDU, FEBRUARY 26
A Memorandum of Understanding was penned between India and Nepal, with Head of Development Partnership and Reconstruction wing of the Embassy of India and Project Director of Central Level Project Implementation Unit (Building) of National Reconstruction Authority, on Friday.
Four MoUs have been penned between the neighboring nations for the reconstruction of as many as 25 health posts in Nepal--12 in Dhading and 13 in Sindhupalchowk district.
The earthquake-resilient health facilities to be constructed will have OPD, dispensary, medicine store rooms, ante/post-natal room, bedrooms for duty doctors/ medical staff, kitchen, and disable friendly sanitation facilities.
It has been learnt that the health posts that had been damaged consequential to the 2015 earthquake will be reconstructed at a cost of Rs 530 million, which will be funded by India.
Issuing a press release today, the Embassy of India in Kathmandu stated that the govt of India remains committed to continuing its development partnership with Nepal which is long-standing, unwavering, unmatched and multidimensional in nature.