Questions and Answers DocumentThe Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) compiled in this document have been submitted through partners and communities across the earthquake affected areas. Additional questions for inclusion can be shared via email@example.com or through the relevant HRRP District Coordination Team. The responses provided have been gathered from relevant Government of Nepal (GoN) bodies, and have been formally and informally sourced. The information provided is not official, but is correct at time of publication and will be regularly updated as required. The HRRP ‘Briefing P ack’ compiles many of the source documents referred to in the FAQs.
Several Partner Organisations (POs) have had training curricula endorsed by the GoN including:
- NSET training materials for the 7 Day Mason Training Curriculum for Urban Areas and Rural Areas
- Helvetas training materials for the 50 day mason training curriculum: Stone Mason Manual, Stone Mason Handbook, Stone Mason Flipfile, Brick Mason Manual, Brick Mason Handbook
- Helvetas Manual for Construction Carpentry training
POs may submit training materials for approval to MoUD CL-PIU, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NRA Training Strategy provides targets and specifications for a wide range of training needs.
Yes, POs are encouraged to implement ‘On the Job Training’ (OJT) and may build a house for an eligible household as part of this. The NRA Training Strategy details the criteria for household selection. HRRP maps of coverage of OJT may be used to support targeting of additional OJT to cover gaps.
Anyone who wants to take part in trainings should coordinate with Partner Organisations (POs) and MoUD DL-PIU / DUDBC in the respective Rural / Urban Municipality. The HRRP district coordination teams can provide information on planned trainings in the area.
- When will GoN endorsed training curricula be available?
- Where can I find data on targets and specifications for different training needs (technicians, livelihood skills, etc.)?
- Can my organisation build a demonstration house for a household, as part of ‘On the Job Training’ for new masons? What are the criteria for household selection in this case?
- How can we get capacity building training related to reconstruction of houses?
- We need skilled labour to reconstruct but this is difficult to find and so I have not started reconstructing. What can we do?