Chaudhary Group has announced Rs 250 million as a long-term relief program for the quake-hit victims.
Organizing a press meet at Summit Hotel in Kupondole, Binod Kumar Chaudhary, Chairman of Chaudhary Group, said the company will use the allocated relief amount to construct as many as 10,000 buildings for the quake-hit victims within six months.
According to Chaudhary, first Nepali billionaire listed by Forbes, Chaudhary Foundation will build 1,000 transitional houses while for the construction of remaining 9,000 buildings, donor countries, and private companies in and outside the country will be encouraged.
Chaudhary said new constructions will also target schools, colleges and rehabilitation of the quake victims.
Chaudhary Group (CG) has operated relief centers at Campion Kathmandu College, Caspian School and Chandbagh School. The centers provide food items like noodles and juice along with doctor checkup services, a press release issued by the organization reads.