Jane Carter and Mona Sherpa
In the rural areas of Nepal that were badly hit by the 2015 earthquakes, it is enough to step just a little way from the roads to see that there is still a lot of reconstruction work to be done. This slowed over the wet summer months, being further delayed by political and administrative changes, but is now increasing again. For those who have followed the 50-day training course in earthquake resilient construction supported through HELVETAS, these means that there is potential paid work locally.
A minimum quota of 30% women
Funding for the skills training has been provided by both UK Aid
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