Jordan’s furniture was restored to its original condition during the 2015 earthquake in Nepal and the reconstruction efforts were extensive, but the country’s economic woes were not addressed until a major quake hit Nepal in February 2017.
The reconstruction efforts in Nepal were led by a joint team of government and non-government organizations (NGOs) including the Nepal Relief Fund and the World Bank.
Nepal’s earthquake devastated much of Nepal, including Kathmandu and the city of Kashi.
Nepal is the poorest country in the world and has the world’s largest earthquake risk.
The earthquake also caused severe water shortages that were exacerbated by the lack of potable water and sanitation.
The rebuilding efforts in Kathmandukh were hampered by the collapse of the dam, which allowed the water to rise to flood levels in the area.
The dams also led to the flooding of the country.
The Nepalese government also had to shut down schools, which have a very high turnover of students, and many rural areas.
It also had difficulty securing water supplies and building roads and bridges.
The Kathmandushans restoration efforts were hampered due to lack of government support.
The Nepal Relief and Development Fund (NDRF) was created to help Nepal rebuild after the earthquake and was formed in April 2018.
In 2018, NDRF received $2.7 billion from the United States, which included $700 million from the World Development Fund.
The United States has also provided Nepal with financial assistance, including a loan guarantee of $1.4 billion.
The U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) has also helped Nepal to address the problems associated with the earthquake, including providing $400 million in food aid.
The WFP also provided the Nepal government with a loan of $2 billion.
Nepal was also able to recover more than $200 million from U.K.-based fund Oxfam, which has provided more than 1.8 million food packages to Nepal since 2017.
Kathmandutans restoration project also included $150 million from other donor countries and the U-N Sustainable Development Goals Fund (UNSG), which provides financing for development projects to help improve people’s lives.
Nepal also had help from the U.-N Sustainable Energy for Development and Energy Efficiency (SEDE) program, which helps to improve energy efficiency and water supply.
The SEDE program provides financial support to sustainable development projects, including energy efficiency, water supply and sanitation, and the implementation of local governance reforms.
In 2017, Nepal received $1 billion from Oxfam and the UNSG for projects and other assistance.
In 2019, Nepal was able to receive $600 million from Oxfords U-UN Sustainable Development Goal Fund.
As of March 2020, Nepal had received $3.6 billion from donors, including $1 million from World Bank and $300 million from UNSG.
In 2020, the Nepal Recovery and Reconstruction Fund (NRRF) received $700,000.
The NRRF is an international NGO organization and is supported by the U., UK, EU, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and South Africa.
The goal of the NRRF project is to provide financing for projects related to energy and water infrastructure, such as energy efficiency projects, water distribution and sanitation projects, and water distribution projects.
The World Bank also has committed to provide $1,000,000 to NRRF for each of the next two years.
The National Development and Reform Commission of Nepal has also committed to invest $100 million in NRRF projects.
Nepal received nearly $1 trillion in foreign aid from the global donor community in 2016.
The international donor community also provided a total of $3 billion to Nepal in 2017.
However, many Nepalers are still waiting to see if Nepal will be able to repay its loans, which amount to $4.6 trillion.
The country is also trying to repay the $300 billion loan it received from the UK and $200 billion loan from the EU.