Key Findings in September

Across 14 districts and 2100 respondents, 66 percent report being satisfied with the grant dispersal process. This is a five-percentage point increase over the July 2017 survey round. Among those who are not satisfied, the top reasons cited include: first tranche insufficient to begin reconstruction work, time consuming and complicated in nature.

Among the ethnic/caste groups, Brahmins are the most satisfied (77 percent) and Gurungs are least satisfied (50 percent). Significant differences in level of satisfaction are also observed between districts, with 89 percent of respondents in Okhaldhunga and 86 percent of respondents in Dolakha reporting being satisfied with the grant process, compared to only 55 percent of respondents in Sindhupalchok and 57 percent of respondents in Gorkha.  

What are people saying?

Why are you not satisfied

34 %

First tranche insufficient to begin work

32 %

Time consuming process

22 %

Complicated in nature

District highlights

89 %

of respondents in Okhaldhunga are satisfied with the grant process

86 %

of respondents in Dolakha are satisfied with the grant process

93 %

of respondents in Kathmandu are NOT satisfied with the grant process

60 %

of respondents in Bhaktapur are NOT satisfied with the grant process