The Chaudhary Foundation has donated 129 transitional shelters to earthquake survivors in Dolalghat of Kavre district.

Kathmandu, August 6: The Chaudhary Foundation has donated 129 transitional shelters to earthquake survivors in Dolalghat of Kavre district.
Managing Director of Chaudhary Group Mr. Nirvana Chaudhary and Asia Regional Managing Director of LG Mr. Chris Yi jointly handed over these shelter homes to the earthquake survivors at an event organized at Dolalghat on Thursday.
The Chaudhary Foundation has speeded up building of 10,000 transitional shelters, as it committed earlier, for the people who lost their homes in the April 25 earthquake. The Foundation has plans to build 1,000 shelters through its own funds and additional 9,000 shelters through cooperation with donors. Of the 129 homes donated in Dolalghat on Thursday, 100 were built through cooperation with LG. The Foundation is building total 200 shelter homes in Dolalghat. The remaining shelters will be built by the Foundation through its own funds and will be donated to the earthquake survivors in near future.
Dolalghat is one of the most affected villages. The shelters were built as part of the Foundation’s, CG Shelter’s project. Economically poor, disabled, single women, and elderly people are the primary beneficiaries of this project.
Social service is an inseparable part of the Chaudhary Group. We care for the society. That is the reason we built these CG shelter homes, CG Managing Director Nirvarna Chaudhary said at the handover ceremony. We are eagerly looking forward to handover 10,000 shelters in near future. He thanked LG for supporting this noble cause.
Also speaking on the occasion, LG Asia Regional Managing Director Mr. Chris Yi expressed happiness on being able to build shelters for Nepal’s earthquake survivors in cooperation with the Chaudhary Foundation.
This is the fourth installment of handover of the shelters by the Foundation. Earlier, it donated 70 CG shelters in Kathmandu’s Machchhegaun, 60 in Bhaktapur’s Changunarayan, and 76 in Lalitpur’s Burungchuli and Lokundole areas.
The Foundation has already started building shelter homes in Sindhupalchok, Ramechhap, Gorkha, Dhading, and Kavre districts under the CG Shelter project.
The Chaudhary Foundation has been working toward fulfilling its commitment of reconstructing 100 schools damaged by the earthquake. It has already built and donated two school buildings to Balmandir Primary School in Dhulikhel and Janajyoti Secondary School in Janagal of Kavre district. Reconstruction work of additional school buildings is underway.

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