Re-engineering Kathmandukas infrastructure, and then creating an entirely new economy from scratch, is a major challenge in Nepal.

The Nepali government has made it one of its main priorities to build the country’s roads and bridges, but has not yet been able to find the right engineers to build a sustainable economy, and in the process has caused a lot of destruction.

In the absence of reliable transportation, people are living in squalid conditions in overcrowded villages, and the Nepali military has been cracking down on any attempt to build any new infrastructure.

To fix this problem, the Nepalese government has begun building new roads in order to re-engineer infrastructure, which will also help to build jobs.

In order to accomplish this, Nepal has begun to rework its existing infrastructure, including dams and damsites, which have been left to decay due to climate change. 

This new infrastructure project is being built in two phases.

First, a highway will be built that will pass through the villages of Jotipi and Sumbra, where the first phase of the project will be completed. 

The new highway will allow Nepali residents to access the capital of Kathmandua, which is located near the base of Mount Everest. 

Then, the first of two sections of the highway will open up a few months after completion, allowing the Nepal National Highway Corporation (NHC) to begin building a second section of the new highway, and will connect Kathmandi to the neighboring provinces of Khumbu and Sikkim.

This new section of road will connect the city of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, to the capital in Kathmanpur.

The new section will also be able to connect the Kathmandur-Kashmir border crossing. 

If all goes well, the new section should be completed by 2019.

However, as a reminder, this will be a very expensive project, estimated to cost around $150 billion USD.

As the project continues to progress, it is expected that more people will have to be relocated from their villages and that construction on the highway could start by 2020.