According to Hamas officials, the financial relief aid includes $5,200 for a destroyed house.
An amount of $1,300 is paid for the loss of life of each family member, $650 for an injury and $2,600 for a damaged house, a Hamas spokesman said.
Independent estimates show that reconstructing 4,000 destroyed houses and 20,000 damaged ones needs about $2 billion.
On the other hand, Hamas government also has employed some bulldozers and trucks to clear the rubble in Gaza and pave the way for reconstruction.
The Israeli air, ground and naval strikes on the civilians in the besieged Gaza Strip have left at least 1,400 dead many of whom were children.