CG Shikshyalaya, which was started after the earthquake and alongside CG Ashraya, was a reconstruction project that created transitional educational facilities in the hardest-hit areas. The structures of the schools were designed to follow earthquake-resistant guidelines and were built using locally-sourced materials.
Unlike Ashraya’s transitional homes, CG Shikshyalaya’s construction was outsourced to international contractors to ensure that the schools would open quickly. Each school took less than one month to build and cost under $10,000 USD. Over 40 schools for were built across 10 districts — impacting the lives of 6,000 students.