Adopt coordinated policies of Government of Nepal and NRA, and the concept of decentralized programs
Adopt new, modern and earthquake resilient house and settlement development
Prioritize local materials, knowledge, skills, labor and craftsmanship in reconstruction
Adopt the concept of build back better
Mobilize all levels and agencies for mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction through necessary policies, institutions and laws to attain the long-term goal of building a safe Nepal
Owner driven reconstruction, individual house owners are to build private residential houses. Both individual and private buildings to be disabled and child-friendly
Pre-inform stakeholders and target groups on earthquake resistant designs, craftsmanship, building methods, and materials for building residential houses and public buildings
Prioritize use of construction materials manufactured in the country, where possible
Settlements to be reconstructed in their same locations where possible; where relocation is required, it will be done near the old location, same area and within the district taking into account the livelihoods, cultures and traditions; in the event of resettlement in in another district it will be done by ensuring that there this no effect on the culture and livelihoods of the local residents. While doing so attention will be given to both the physical appearance and economic viability of the settlements.
Mobilize political parties, national NGOs and community organizations, professional organizations, social and religious organizations, friendly countries, international donor agencies, and INGOs in accordance with the policies of the Government of Nepal
Support to people affected by earthquake to be provided in a uniform manner by abiding to an agreed guideline
Provide support in a transparent manner by ensuring uniformity in assistance provided by sectors and agencies (government and non-governmental), and prepare appropriate programs for very poor families, single women, people with disabilities, children in difficult situations, and senior citizens from districts affected by the earthquake.
End the tendencies that could affect the social and religious harmony during reconstruction and while providing support.
Give continuity to the national unity, harmony and tolerance observed during the rescue, relief and recovery phases after the earthquake
Gradually implement the policies and programs designed for earthquake-affected areas in other parts of the country following assessments of the need and appropriateness of the programs.