Nepali workers in Israel help construct temporary shelter for Kankai flood victims

January 25, 2017 13:43 PM Republica


BHADRAPUR , Jan 25: The Israel-based Jhapa Society, an organisation of people from Jhapa district working in Israel, extended monetary help to construct temporary shelter for seven families displaced by the Kankai River flood that occurred last July. 

Seven metal-roofed huts for the Kankai River flood survivors have been constructed at Shibasattachhi Municipality-9 with the monetary assistance of Rs 210 thousand given by the society, said a local Hom Prasad Gautam. Huts were handed over to the target families recently. 

Besides, three toilets have been built and two water tube wells have been installed for the use of flood victims who are hopeful of getting relief assistance from the state, too. RSS 


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